Baking by the best - Central Queensland Today


The neighborhood are being inspired to register their entries for the pavilions

By Trish Bowman

IT’s about to get scorching in kitchens throughout the Capricorn Coast as bakers get able to do a few of their greatest work to impress the judges on this years Yeppoon Present cooking pavilion.

Chief Steward Barbara Dalglish stated she is hoping to see extra entries than ever earlier than within the hotly contested cooking competitors.

“I'm wanting ahead to seeing all kinds of cooked items with quite a lot of desserts, biscuits, jams and chutneys,” Ms Dalglish stated.

“These are all issues we cook dinner at dwelling so anybody can have a go and you could even win a prize.

“Kids significantly like to enter the baking competitors and see their entries acknowledged.

“We even have some pleasant competitors and banter within the fruit cake and sponge sections, so it will be nice to see who wins this yr’s award and bragging rights.

“I actually do suggest individuals become involved and enter their cooking creations for the entire neighborhood to see.

“We expertise lots of people coming via the pavilions and the cooking part is at all times a crowd pleaser that folks take pleasure in seeing.”

All entries should be submitted on a agency crockery plate with no plastic wrap.

Entries can be accepted by the stewards on the Indoor Bowls Membership constructing between 8am-noon on Friday June 3.

Judging will start on Friday June 3 at 1pm.

All entries should be do-it-yourself.

All desserts and jams can be auctioned at 3pm on Sunday June 5.

Entries can be judged on look, style, texture, and originality.

Entries charges are $2 for all courses and $1 for college students.



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