The recipe for cook­ing success

Gatton Star - - LIFE PUZZLES -

CHECK out some tips to get the edge for the cook­ing sec­tion of the show.

1. To take a closer look at the cook­ing, down­load the sec­tion in the sched­ule. There are classes for un­der six years – ic­ing and dec­o­rat­ing ar­row­root, Marie and milk cof­fee bis­cuits.

2. There are classes for six years to 12 years, boys and girls, to make pikelets, jam drops and vanilla bars to name a few. You can ask the chief ste­ward for guide­lines on all the cook­ing.

3. The teenagers, 13 years to 19 years, will have a new cake to bake – a poppy seed cake. There is also a boiled fruit cake to test you.

4. In the open sec­tion this year the chal­lenge will be five new cake recipes. This in­cludes an olive oil tea cake and a zuc­chini bar. The dec­o­rated cakes will be judged on Fri­day and an over­all Cham­pion Ex­hibit will be awarded.

5. Chil­dren un­der six years vis­it­ing the pavil­ion with their par­ents can have a hands-on try at ic­ing and dec­o­rat­ing their own ar­row­root bis­cuit.

6. Those who want to en­ter their cook­ing can con­tact the chief ste­ward on or be­fore 7pm on Thurs­day, July 5, or can bring their en­tries into the pavil­ion on Fri­day, July 6 be­fore 10am. Judg­ing starts at 11am.

Con­tact chief ste­ward Nerida Black­more on 0438 136 357.

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