SOMERSET COUNTY FAIR        

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Dept. 15: Home and Dairy Products
ATTN: All Baked Goods will be sold at auction on Sunday,  at 1:00 p.m. Proceeds will benefit a worthy cause.
(Refer to General Rules)
County entries will be entered first. Out-of-county entries will be taken on standby basis.

1. All products must have been made by the exhibitor. Premiums will not be paid for commercial products.
2. Complete baked goods must be brought to the fair. After judging, the fair may display only a portion of the product for the week.
3. Entries must be on disposable plates and properly wrapped in plastic.
SECTION 1 – BAKED PRODUCTS
    SUPERINTENDENT
    TRACEY REXROTH
    414 Willkow Road
    Berlin, Pa. 15530
    267–6581
    To be judged on flavor, lightness, general appearance, and crumb.
CLASS
    1. Quick Breads, wrapped in plastic bags –  $4 $3 $2
        A. 1/2 dozen baking powder biscuits
        B. Corn bread, 4 pieces
        C. 1/2 dozen muffins
        D. Nut bread or other fruit approximately 2 1/2”x 3” bread
        E. Vegetable
    2. Yeast Breads – to consist of one rectangular loaf, approximately 4”x8”x5” wrapped in plastic bag. No fork pricks – $4 $3 $2
        A. Raisin bread
        B. Rye bread
        C. White bread
        D. Whole wheat bread
        E. Machine making bread
    3. Rolls – to consist of six rolls of uniform shape and size wrapped in plastic bag – $4 $3 $2
        A. Cinnamon rolls
        B. Doughnuts
        C. White rolls
        D. Whole wheat rolls
        E. Parkerhouse rolls
        F. Basket of fancy yeast rolls to contain at least three different shapes
    4. Butter cakes, iced – $7 $6 $5
        A. Chocolate
        B. Spice
        C. White
        D. Yellow
        E. Any other kind
    5. Egg Cakes, not iced – $7 $6 $5
        A. Angel food
        B. Chiffon
        C.  Sponge
        D. Angel Food Contest – $25,  $15, $10
              
    6.  Decorated cakes – $9 $8 $7
    7. PA PREFERRED CHOCOLATE CAKE BAKING CONTEST

              
    8. Pies – Pies are to be judged on texture of crust and flavor and consistency of filling. – $7 $6 $5
        A. One crust pie, any kind – not cream filling, no custard
        B. Two crust pie, any kind
        C. Blue Ribbon Apple Pie Contest – $10 $5 $3
              
            A Best of Show will be selected.

        D. Apple Dumplings

        E.  Other

           
    9. Candy – 1/2 pound must be shown, approximately five pieces wrapped in plastic. – $4 $3 $2
        A. Chocolate covered
        B. Chocolate fudge
        C. Divinity fudge
        D. Fondant
        E. Light fudge
        F. Hard tack
        G. Molded candy
        H. Specialty candies
        I. Any other
    10. Cookies, 1/2 dozen wrapped in plastic bag – $4 $3 $2
        A . Bar cookies
        B. Dropped cookies
        C. Filled cookies
        D. Pressed cookies
        E. Rolled cookies
        F. Sliced or ice box cookies
     11. Gobs     

* BEST OF SHOW RIBBON
SECTION 2 – CANNED OR DRIED PRODUCTS
    SUPERINTENDENT
     DEBBIE MILLER

    274 Marteeny Rd

    Somerset, PA 15501

        445-7480

     Keri Weighley

        1868 Beulah Rd

        Berlin, PA 15530

        267-3290
Canned fruits, vegetables and meats, to be judged on quality, general appearance, and container which shall be a standard clear glass jar with a new lid and cover, 1 QUART SIZE.

No jars will be opened.
ATTN: Refer to Rule 7 General Rules – Canned Goods will be marked in manner as not to disturb seal.
CLASS
    1. Canned Fruits $4 $3 $2
        A. Apples
        B. Applesauce
        C. Apricots
        D. Blackberries
        E Blueberries or Huckleberries
        F. Cherries, dark with pits
        G. Cherries, red sour, pitted
        H. Cherries, red, with pits
        I. Cherries, white with pits
        J. Currants
        K. Elderberries
        L. Peaches
        M. Pears
        N. Plums
        O. Raspberries, black
        P. Raspberries, red
        Q. Other
    2. Best of display of canned fruits 3 container $5 $4 $3
    3. Canned vegetables – Qt. Jars $4 $3 $2
        A. Asparagus
        B. Beans, green
        C. Beans, lima
        D. Beans, yellow
        E. Beans, any other
        F. Beet tops
        G. Beets
        H. Broccoli
        I. Carrots
        J. Cauliflower
        K. Corn L. Cabbage
        M. Mixed vegetables
        N. Peas
        O. Pumpkin
        P. Sauerkraut
        Q. Spinach
        R. Succotash
        S. Swiss chard
        T. Tomatoes
            1. Red (Stewed or Cold Packed)
                a. Whole
                b. Stewed/crushed
            2. Green (Cold Packed)
        U. Vegetable Soup
        V. Beans, French cut
        W. Soup, other
        X. Peas and carrots
        Y. Other
    4. Best display of canned vegetables – 3 containers $5 $4 $3
    5. Canned meats $4 $2 $1
        A. Beef
        B. Beef tongue (pickled)
        C. Chicken
        D. Pork
        E. Sausage
        F. Scrapple
        G. Sirloin
        H. Spare ribs
        I. Other meats

        J. Venison
    6. Pickles and Relishes – to be judged on size, uniformity,  clearness, color and arrangements (1 qt. jar or 1 pint jars, Class 6 only.) $4 $3 $2
        A. Beans
        B. Beets
        C. Cauliflower
        D. Chow–chow
        E. Cucumber
            1. Bread/Butter
            2. Dill
            3. Mixed
            4. Mustard
            5. Sour
            6. Sweet
        F. Onions
        G. Peppers
        H. Piccalilli
        I. Relishes
            1. Corn
            2. Pepper
            3. Zuchini

            4. Cucumber
        J. Sauces
            1. Catsup
            2. Chili sauce
            3. Spaghetti
            4. Salsa
            5. Pizza

            6. Other
        K. Miscellaneous
    7. Spiced Fruits $4 $3 $2
        A. Apples
        B. Cantaloupes
        C. Cherries
        D. Crabapples
        E. Peaches
        F. Pears
        G. Quince
        H. Watermelon
    8. Dried fruits vegetables – to judged on quality general appearance $4 $3 $2
        A. Apples
        B. Peaches
        C. Corn
        D. Others
    9. Juices – to be judged on color, clarity $4 $3 $2
        A. Apple
        B. Grape
        C. Tomato
        D. Other
    10. Vinegar $4 $3 $2
        A. Blackberry
        B. Cider
        C. Raspberry
        D. Other
    BEST OF SHOW RIBBON
SECTION 2–A
CLASS
    1. Homemade Soap $4 $2
    2. Noodles $4 $2
    3. Potato Chips $4 $2
SECTION 3 – BUTTERS, HONEY SPREADS, JAM, JELLIES, MARMALADES AND PRESERVES
    Standard canning practices, no decorations except for display category

    (Must be pints or standard jelly jars with removable lids). 
    Judged on appearance, color and uniformity.
CLASS 

    1. Butters $4 $3 $2
        A. Apple
        B. Apricot
        C. Cherry
        D. Grape
        E. Orange
        F. Peach
        G. Pear
        H. Plum
        I. Quince
        J. Tomato
        K. Any Other
    2. Honey Spreads $4 $3 $2
        A. Apple
        B. Pear
        C. Pineapple
        D. Quince
        E. Any Other
    3. Jams $4 $3 $2
        A. Blackberry
        B. Cherry
        C. Currant
        D. Elderberry
        E. Peach
        F. Plum
        G. Raspberry, black
        H. Raspberry, red
        I. Rhubarb
        J. Strawberry
        K. Strawberry-rhubarb

        L. Sugar-free jam
        M. Any other
    4. Jellies $4 $3 $2
        A. Apple
        B. Blackberry
        C. Cherry
        D. Crabapple
        E. Currant
        F. Elderberry
        G. Gooseberry
        H. Grape
        I. Huckleberry
        J. Peach
        K. Plum
        M. Raspberry, black
        N. Raspberry, red
        O. Any Other

        P. Sugar free jelly
    5. Display of Jelly – 6 varieties – $5 $4 $3
    6. Marmalades $4 $3 $2
        A. Apricot
        B. Grape
        C. Grapefruit
        D. Orange
        E. Peach
        F. Pear
        G. Pineapple
        H. Plum
        I. Quince
        J. Tomato
        K. Any Other
    7.  Preserves & Conserves $4 $3 $2

           Preserves -fruits retain shape, clear & shiny

           Conserves- may have nuts & raisins
        A. Apricot
        B. Blueberry
        C. Cherry
        D. Peach
        E. Pear
        F Pineapple
        G. Plum
        H. Quince
        I. Strawberry
        J. Tomato
        K. Any Other
    BEST OF SHOW RIBBON
 

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