Is gooey or crunchy bet­ter? The ul­ti­mate ques­tion

Central and North Burnett Times - - 2015 MONTO SHOW -

AUS­TRALIANS have de­bated the mer­its of gooey ver­sus crunchy An­zac bis­cuits for nearly a cen­tury now, but Monto Show pav­il­ion or­gan­iser Mar­ion Schulke said she had al­ways been on team crunchy.

That lit­tle piece of ad­vice could be a big help for bak­ers hop­ing to nab the $30 cash prize in the show’s spe­cial An­zac bis­cuit sec­tion this year.

“They have got to be crunchy,” she said.

“But I don’t know the se­cret, some­times mine turn out crunchy and some­times they turn out soggy.”

To com­mem­o­rate 100 years since the Gal­lipoli land­ing the chil­dren’s lit­er­acy and flo­ral art will also have An­zac themed sec­tions.

“We are try­ing to make it a bit spe­cial this year with the An­zacs,” Mrs Schulke said.

The topic of food al­ways leaves peo­ple feel­ing hun­gry and show go­ers are wel­comed along to a two-course meal on the Satur­day night for $15, while curry and rice will be avail­able for lunch Sun­day.

The judg­ing for photography will start on Tues­day, April 21, and fine arts, hand crafts and chil­dren’s lit­er­acy will be on the Fri­day morn­ing.

Judges will travel from Biloela on show day morn­ing to judge all of the events.

PHOTO: EMILY SMITH

TASTE TEST: Mar­ion Schulke looks for­ward to see­ing the en­tries at the Monto Show pav­il­ion this year.

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