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									           66                       “20 Years of Georgia”s Best”

                                               Department IV
            Superintendents: Virginia Nadeau, Perry, and Glynis Ellis, Hawkinsville
                     Assistant Superintendent: Sandra Sessoms, Perry
                         MILLER-MURPHY-HOWARD BUILDING.

                                            A REMINDER:
           All baked goods are brought before the Fair begins, with one exception. PIES will
           be accepted and judged the first Friday of the Fair, October 9. ALL OTHER
           baked goods will be received Wednesday, October 7, between 2:00 p.m. and
           8:00 p.m. Judging for these will be done on Thursday, October 8. Before the
           Fair opens, Culinary exhibitors will be able to drive to the Miller-Murphy-Howard
           Building to park and unload. Signs will be posted. As in the past, your ingredients
           and/or dish will serve as your ticket into any gate for culinary contests held during
           the Fair. Remember: Family members over age 10 must buy a gate ticket.

                                       COOKS WHO CARE
             Georgia Cooks for charity will again take place as a part of the 2009 Georgia
             Living Program. More than $450 was raised for charity last year as a result of
             exhibitors’ generosity. On Thursday afternoon, October 8th, and continuing
             Friday, October 9th, a bake sale of items entered in competition will be held
             in the Culinary Department.
             Should you not wish to participate in the BAKE SALE, your item(s) will be
             available for pick up between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, October
             8, and 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. (pies, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.) on Friday,
             October 9.

           Winners’ ribbons will be available for pickup during the Fair or will be mailed to the
           winners after the Fair.

           A recipe may not be used in more than one contest; i.e., a peach pie cannot
           be entered on pie day and the same recipe entered again in the “Sweet
           Georgia Peach” contest.

             Have you been an exhibitor every year since the first Fair in 1990? We’re looking for
             some special folks who will have exhibited in all 20 Fairs to help us celebrate our 20th
             birthday this year. If you believe you will qualify, let us know! Call Lora or Sandy at 800-
             987-3247, ext, 553.
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To reach the Miller-Murphy-Howard Building, enter the West or North gate and
proceed to the perimeter road; follow signs. There will be limited parking in front
of the building.

                                                      North Side
 West Front Entrance


                                                         South Side

  The basic rules of food safety must be followed. All meat, fish, poultry,
  milk, egg, and vegetable dishes must be kept cold (below 40 degrees F) or
  hot (above 140 degrees F). This means that ice chests or other insulated
  containers must be used when transporting or holding food. For information
  on food safety, contact your County Extension Agent.
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           Wed.   Oct 7  2:00 - 8:00 p.m.                 Breads, Cookies, Candies, Cakes,
                                                          Decorated Cakes
           Thur.    Oct 8    5:00 - 10:00 p.m.            Bake Sale for Charity
           Fri.     Oct 9    8:00 - 10:00 a.m.            Pies and Cobblers
                             Noon - 10:00 p.m.            Bake Sale for Charity
                             4:00 - 4:30 p.m.             I Love Eggs Breakfast Contest
           Sat.     Oct 10   9:00 - 9:30 a.m.             Junior 4-H Omelet Contest
                             10:30 - 11:00 a.m.           Senior 4-H Omelet Contest
                             2:00 - 2:30 p.m.             Karo Corn Syrup Kids Cookie
           Sun.     Oct 11   1:30 - 2:00 p.m.             4-H Cloverleaf Peanut Contest
           Mon.     Oct 12   4:00 - 4:30 p.m.             Chicken Recipe Contest
           Tue.     Oct 13   10:00 - 10:30 a.m.           Grits Anytime Contest
                             3:00 p.m                     FCCLA Chili Cookoff
           Wed.     Oct 14   4:00 - 4:30 p.m.             Georgia’s Best Harvest Soups
                             2:00 p.m.                    FCCLA Culinary Competitions
           Thur.    Oct 15   10:00 - 10:30 a.m.           Georgia Apple Contest
                             10:00 - 10:30 a.m.           Sweet Georgia Peach Contest
                             4:00 - 4:30 p.m.             Georgia Peanut Recipe Contest
           Fri      Oct 16   4:00 - 4:30 p.m.             “Cool Beans” Edamame Recipe
           Sat.     Oct 17   10:00 - 10:30 a.m.           Hidden Valley Ranch Family
                                                          Friendly Food Contest
                             12:00 - 12:30 p.m.           King Arthur Flour Contest
                             12:30 - 1:00 p.m.            Fancy Cupcake Contest
           Sun.     Oct 18   11:00 - 11:30 a.m.           4-H Cloverleaf Pizza Contest

                       ELIGIBILITY                            ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
           1. Mail entry forms by September 21         4. A recipe may not be used in more
           for early registration.                     than one contest; i.e., peach pie cannot
           2. Please read general rules for            be entered on pie day and the same
           exhibitors at the beginning of this book.   recipe used again in the “Sweet Georgia
           IMPORTANT ENTRY INFORMATION                 Peach” contest.
           GOVERNING ALL DEPARTMENTS                   5. A recipe may not be submitted more
           WILL BE FOUND THERE AND MUST                than once from the same kitchen each
           BE FOLLOWED CLOSELY.                        year; i.e., the same recipe may not be
           3. Cooking contests are open                submitted by more than one member of
           to amateurs and to professionals            the same family, or from more than one
           unless stated otherwise in a contest.       student or one team of students from a
           Professionals, along with amateurs          school class.
           who have reached the highest level of       6. All entries must be submitted on
           cooking arts, should enter the “OPEN”       the official entry form of the Georgia
           Division; i.e., past sweepstakes            National Fair. Please use a separate
           winners. Exhibitors must decide under       entry form for each contest. Entry Form
           which category they will enter.             must include title of recipe; e.g. “Just
                                                       Peachy Baked Chicken”, not “Peach
                                                       Contest”. On special contest days,
                                                       your baked goods will serve as your
                                                       pass through the ticket gate. Present a
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copy of your entry form along with your    demand that judges be as objective as

baked goods to the personnel at any        possible when testing food.
gate and you will be permitted to enter.   13. Awards are given based on the
Any family member not participating        quality of an item in acordance with
in competition must buy an entrance        percentages listed on the scorecard in
ticket. Please allow yourself plenty of    the Premium Book. An item receiving
time to park and transport your items.     between 90 to 100 percent is eligible
Entries not received on time will not be   for a blue ribbon (1st); 80 to 89 percent
judged.                                    is eligible for a red (2nd); 70 to 79
7. Contestants may enter as many           percent is eligible for a white (3rd);
Classes as they wish, but only one         60-69 percent is eligible for pink (4th).
entry per Class.                           However, only the four highest scoring
8. A TYPED COPY OF THE RECIPE              items in each class may be placed;
ON A SEPARATE 8 1/2X11 SHEET OF            the placings will be determined by the
PAPER MUST ACCOMPANY EACH                  percentage points. In other words, if
ENTRY AT CONTEST TIME. ALL                 the four highest scores fall into the blue
RECIPES BECOME THE PROPERTY                ribbon range, then they may be placed
OF THE GEORGIA NATIONAL FAIR               first, second, third, and fourth according
AND EXPOSITION AND CANNOT BE               to their scores. On the other hand, if
RETURNED. The contestant’s name,           no item scores above the fourth-place
address, and telephone number should       level, then the first, second, and third
be printed clearly on the back of each     places will not be awarded. A sliding
recipe.                                    scale will be used for Youth Baking.
9. Entries should be on thin board         14. Articles without competition will
or paper plates with the exception of      be judged on their own merit and will
pies; no responsibility can be taken for   receive awards only if deemed worthy
contestants’ plates. Entries should be     by the judges. Should the judges
covered with clear plastic wrap.           choose not to give an award for a class
10. Entries not designated for the Bake    or Award of Excellence where offered,
Sale should be picked up Thursday,         the judges will be asked to make a
Oct. 8, between 5:00 and 9:00 p.m. or      notation to that effect on the judges’
Friday, Oct. 9, between 9:00 a.m. and      sheet. The decision of the judges will
7:00 p.m. (pies 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.).    be final.
Decorated cakes will remain on display
for the duration of the Fair.                             PREMIUMS
                                           15. Ribbons and cash prizes may be
           YOUTH BAKING                    awarded to first through fourth place
11. Categories in Youth Baking will        winners in each class and an Award
follow the same time schedule for          of Excellence Rosette and $25 may
receiving and judging as the adult         be awarded in each Section of each
divisions. Young cooks must have           Division.
reached their twelfth birthday before      16. Premium checks will be mailed
October 1, 2009, to compete, unless        to the winners after the Fair is over.
stated otherwise in a contest. Student     Ribbons not picked up at the close of
baking “teams” are limited to two people   the Fair will be mailed to the exhibitor.
per team.
                                           Sweepstakes Plaque and $25 may be
               JUDGING                     presented to the Georgia Champion
12. Every effort is made to obtain         Junior Cook - winner of the most blue
qualified and impartial judges.    In      ribbons in the Youth Division.
Culinary, that means people who know       Cindy Noble Memorial Award to Adult
how to judge food items based on what      Sweepstakes winner (see page 72).
the scorecard calls for. Scorecards
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                   CULINARY DIVISIONS                      Styrofoam dummy base.

                                                       2   Holiday - includes cakes
                      DIVISION 400                         with themes such as
                    AMATEUR/ADULTS                         Thanksgiving, Halloween,
                                                           Christmas, Easter, etc.
                      DIVISION 401                      3 Special Occasion - includes
                          OPEN                             cakes for anniversaries,
                   (See Rule 3, Page 68)                   showers, birthdays, etc.
                                                       4 Wedding Cakes
                       DIVISION 402                    5 Seasons - cakes that celebrate
                          YOUTH                            the spirit of the seasons - bright
                    (AGES 12 THRU 18)                      and sunny summer, seashore,
                                                           garden party, fall, etc. and
                       SECTION A                           excluding official holidays.
                  DECORATED CAKES                      6 Special Techniques Not on a
                 1st 2nd 3rd         4th                   Cake - includes entries made
                 $25 $20 $15 $10                           with a sugar medium (gum paste,
           Award of Excellence Rosette and $25             royal icing, etc.) using a
                                                           decorating technique (piping,
           1. Entries in this Section should be            molding, painting, etc.) to create
           brought to the Miller-Murphy-Howard             a sugar display that stands on
           Building Wednesday, October 7,                  its own. Combinations of any
           between 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.                   mediums and techniques may be
           2. Entries in all Classes in this Section       used on an entry.
           may be a dummy (except for sculptured       7 Ginger Bread House (Not a true
           cakes)or a real cake. However, if a             cake, ginger bread houses will not
           dummy is used, the same techniques              be judged with decorated cakes)
           should be possible to duplicate with real       An Award of Excellence Rosette
           cake, considering its weight and other          and $25 may be given in this
           properties. Tiered cakes are permitted          class.
           in Classes 1-5.
                                                                      SECTION B
           3. No plastic or artificial decorative
           items allowed.         Non-edible tier                      BREADS
           separators may be used such as plastic             1st 2nd 3rd            HM
           or metal columns, cake drums, etc.                 $12 $10         $8
           4. Cakes must be decorated by one            Award of Excellence Rosette and $25
           entrant only.
           5. Entries in this Section will be
           exhibited for the duration of the Fair
           and may not be removed until October
           20, 9:00 a.m. Items not picked up by              Decorated Cakes Score Card:
           October 21, 5:00 p.m., will be disposed         Workmanship Execution         10
           of.                                             Originality                   10
                                                           Color Coordination            10
           Class                                           General Appearance            10
           1 Novelty - may also include                    Difficulty of Techniques used 10
               sculpted cakes–sculpture itself                   Maximum Score           50
               must be of CAKE. 2-D sculptured
               cake may be placed on a
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1. Entries in this Section should be                SECTION C
brought to the Miller-Murphy-Howard                  COOKIES
Building Wednesday, October 7,                 1st 2nd 3rd        HM
between 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.                  $10 $8       $6
  ENTRIES WILL BE JUDGED ON:             Award of Excellence Rosette and $25
Outside Appearance            40
    Shape                 10            1. Entries in this Section should be
    Crust                 10            brought to the Miller-Murphy-Howard
    Volume                10            Building Wednesday, October 7,
    Weight                10            between 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.
Outside Appearance            35        2. Exhibit at least one dozen cookies/
    Texture               15            small cakes.
    Grain                 15
    Color                  5                ENTRIES WILL BE JUDGED ON:
Flavor                        25        Appearance...........................20
   Blended flavor of well-baked         Te x t u r e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 0
   ingredients, free from undesirable   F l a v o r. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 0
   flavors; smells tempting             O r i g i n a l i t y. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0

         YEAST BREADS                   Class
        (Exhibit Whole Loaf)            30 Brownies, plain
Class                                   31 Brownies, iced
12 White                                32 Bar Cookies (other than brownies)
13 Rye                                  33 Chocolate Cookie
14 Whole Wheat                          34 Chocolate Chip Cookies
15 Herb                                 35 Fruit Cookies
16 Dinner Rolls (six)                   36 Peanut Butter Cookies
17 Coffee Cake                          37 Oatmeal Cookies
18 Cinnamon Rolls (six)                 38 Pecan Cookies
19 Other Yeast Bread Not Listed         39 Refrigerator Cookies
                                        40 Sugar Cookies
         QUICK BREADS                   41 Decorated Cookies
        (Exhibit Whole Loaf)            42 Filled Cookies
Class                                   43 Other Cookie Not Listed
21 Biscuits, baking powder (six)
22 Biscuits, buttermilk (six)              A word about presentation vs.
23 Corn Bread or Muffins (six)             appearance: If the rules state an
24 Banana Bread                            entry will be judged on presentation,
25 Pumpkin Bread                           this means the judges will be looking
26 Other fruit loaf or bread               at the serving dish and any other
27 Coffee Cake                             decorative item the contestant may
28 Any Other Quick Bread Not Listed        choose to stimulate the appetite
                                           or express the theme of the dish.
                                           Judging on appearance means the
                                           judges will be looking at the food
                                           only; whether the food item exhibits
                                           “normal” properties, how it looks
                                           in the container and whether the
                                           individual portion looks appetizing
                                           on the plate.
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                      SECTION D                                         SECTION E
                         CANDY                                            CAKES
                 1st 2nd 3rd        HM                            1st 2nd 3rd        HM
                 $10 $8       $6                                  $15 $10      $8
           Award of Excellence Rosette and $25              Award of Excellence Rosette and $25

           1. Entries in this Section should be             1. Entries in this Section should be
           brought to the Miller-Murphy-Howard              brought to the Miller-Murphy-Howard
           Building Wednesday, October 7,                   Building Wednesday, October 7,
           between 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.                    between 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.
           2. Exhibit at least one dozen pieces             2. Any cake (layer, loaf, pound or
           of candy.                                        sheet) may use frosting, glazes or
              ENTRIES WILL BE JUDGED ON:                    ices according to the wishes of the
           Appearance                    20                 contestant, unless otherwise specified.
                 Outside has standard appearance;           NO MIXES ALLOWED EXCEPT IN
                 fudges and divinities hold their           CLASS 63.
                 shape; brittles are caramel color, not        ENTRIES WILL BE JUDGED ON:
                 white or creamy                            Crumb                            20
           Texture                                40             Odor                     5
                 Fudge and divinity are creamy, free             Flavor                  15
                 of crystals; brittles are hard and not     Texture                          50
                 crystalline                                     Grain                   10
           Taste                                  40             Lightness               20
                 Has no off or unusual flavor                    Tenderness              10
                 (flavoring such as vanilla ar others not        Moisture                10
                 overpowering; no overcooked syrup or       Shape                            10
                 nuts), candy has traditional taste         Crust                            20
           Class                                                 Shape                    5
           45 Bonbons                                            Crust                    5
           46 Chocolate Fudge                                    Volume                   5
           47 Divinity                                           Weight                   5
           48 Peanut Butter Fudge                           Class
           49 Peanut Brittle                                54 Pound
           50 Pecan Brittle                                 55 German Chocolate
           51 Pralines                                      56 Devil’s Food
           52 Other Candy Not Listed                        57 White Layer
                                                            58 Yellow Layer
                      The Walker-Rhodes                     59 Chocolate Layer
                       Tractor Company                      60 Carrot
             wishes to honor the memory of Cindy            61 Caramel
             Nobles, a young mother and farm wife           62 Coconut (layer)
               who was a great supporter of the             63 Mix Tricks - any cake using mix
                Georgia National Fair and the                    as a base, but with clever
            competitions in the Culinary Department              additions of other ingredients
                 in the early years of the Fair.
                                                                 by exhibitor. RECIPE MUST
                       The Cindy Nobles                          ACCOMPANY ENTRY.
                        Memorial Award                      64 Any Other Worthy Cake Not Listed
                presented to the Culinary Department
                       Sweepstakes winner

                         Plaque and $100
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                                    PIE DAY
                             FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9
Bring pies and cobblers to the Miller-Murphy-Howard Building between
8:00 and 10:00 a.m. You will be able to park in front of MMH during these
hours for off-loading only; your pie(s) will be your ticket into the Fair through
the front entrance of MMH. Remember, family members above age 10 not
participating in the contest must buy a ticket into the Fair and will need to
enter through a regular ticket gate. Pies will not be available for pickup until
5 p.m.

            SECTION F                      Class
                PIES                       66 Apple
      1st 2nd 3rd        HM                67 Peach
      $15 $10      $8                      68 Sweet Potato
Award of Excellence Rosette and $25        69 Any Berry
                                           70 Pumpkin
1. No commercial pie crusts or mixes       71 Lemon Meringue
allowed. Pie crust recipe must be          72 Chocolate
submitted.                                 73 Buttermilk
2. Dessert pies only - no main dish or     74 Pecan (traditional)
side dish pies.                            75 Pecan (other)
3. Exhibitors should supply ice and        76 Chess
container for perishable pies.             77 Your Favorite (if not listed above)

   ENTRIES WILL BE JUDGED ON:                          SECTION G
Crust                                 60            FRUIT COBBLERS
     *Uniformly brown crust with                  1st 2nd 3rd        HM
       attractively finished edge     15         $15 $10 $8
     *Even, thin and crisp crust that      Award of Excellence Rosette and $25
       fits pan well                  15
     *Tender, flaky; not compact           1. No commercial pie crusts or mixes
       or soggy                       15   allowed. Pie crust recipe must be
     *Rich delicate flavor that does       submitted.
       not overpower taste of filling 15   2. See judging scorecard for pies.
Filling                               40
     Fruit fillings should be natural      Class
     tasting and representative of         78 Apple
     fruit used; other type fillings       79 Cherry
     should be standard in                 80 Peach
     appearance and flavor.                81 Any Berry
                                           82 Your Favorite (if not listed above)

THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 5:00 - 10:00 PM & FRIDAY, OCT. 9, NOON - 10:00 PM

                       ALL PROCEEDS GO TO CHARITY
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                                 2008 CULINARY
                          AWARD OF EXCELLENCE WINNERS
                        AMATEUR                                      OPEN
                     Decorated Cakes                           Decorated Cakes
                Monique Howard, Statesboro                  Janice N. Hamlin, Macon
                          Breads                        Breads, Candy, Pies, & Cobblers
                    Norma Ellis, Bonaire                    Ginger Watson, Leesburg
                     Cookies & Candy
             Mary Frances Foster, Warner Robins                     YOUTH
                           Cakes                          Decorated Cakes & Candy
                     Mary Griffin, Macon                Maryellen Francis, Warner Robins
                  Deborah Watson, Bonaire

                           2008                                       2008
                  ADULT SWEEPSTAKES                        YOUTH SWEEPSTAKES
                         WINNER                                     WINNER
                  Ginger Watson, Leesburg               Maryellen Francis, Warner Robins

                              2008 Culinary Contest Winners
           Cooking Lite & Healthy                                  Kids Only
           The Granary                                       “My Favorite Dessert”
           1st Place - Rhonda Hitch, Kathleen        1st Place - Marlie Driver, The Rock
           World of “Pastabilities”                  2nd Place - Candice Dunnam,
           1st Place - Tiffany Walker, Fort Valley                               Gordon
           Healthy Cooking the ADA Way               3rd Place - Noah Frazier, McRae
           1st Place - Rebecca Brooks, Byron
                                                       Sara Lee “Awesome Sandwich”
           Eagle Brand Great Baking Bonanza          1st Place - Evelyn Mulkey, Cohutta
                                                     1st Place - Joshua Mullins, Elko
           1st Place - Debra Brooks, Byron                  “Best of All Sandwiches”
           2nd Place - Rebecca Brooks, Byron                  Joshua Mullins, Elko
           3rd Place - Karen Slaughter,
                                 Warner Robins        Stick with Canola Fry It for the Fair
           Youth HM - Taylor Pope, Forsyth           1st Place - Carla Garnto,
                                                                           Warner Robins
                   Hidden Valley Ranch               2nd Place - Rhonda Hitch, Kathleen
                “Fresh Taste for the Family”         3rd Place - Karen Slaughter,
           1st Place - Susan Smith, Byron                                  Warner Robins
           2nd Place - Angelyn Sheppard,
                                      Thomaston          “Yammy Good” Sweet Potato
           3rd Place - Tiffany Walker, Fort Valley   Side Dish
                                                     1st Place - Debra Brooks, Byron
                                                     1st Place - Debra Brooks, Byron

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