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«Creative Activities 2016 Rules & Premiums The Creative Activities Kitchen and this premium book are proudly presented by Gold Medal Flour. ...»

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Entries can be typed (or neat hand writing) on 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper in duplicate. Include photo of food for the display during the • fair. On one page provide the recipe and contestant’s name, exhibitor number, class number, age at time of contest, address, phone number and email address. On a separate sheet(s) present the recipe's history. You may include who passed the recipe down to you, ethnicity (if relevant), number of years the recipe has been in your family and any interesting information about its place in your family’s traditions. Note the history accounts for 50% of the score so be sure to do justice to your recipe’s story.

Please consult www.GreaterMidwestFoodways.com under the ‘events’ tab for examples of recipes and their histories.

By submitting your entry, you accept official rules and agree to be bound by the judges’ decisions, which will be final. You also • agree that your recipe and history narrative will become the property of Greater Midwest Foodways Alliance, which reserves the right to edit, adapt, copyright, publish, and use without compensation to you.

By participating, contestants also understand and accept the right of Great Midwest Foodways Alliance to use contestants names, • photos, history narratives and recipes for publicity without compensation.

Each winning entry will be shown in a display case (18” x 18”). Your product should be displayed simply though attractively, with • the use of props, such as a copy of the original recipe, photographs, placemat, napkins, glassware or flowers. Label with exhibitor number for return.

Greater Midwest Foodways Alliance is not responsible for lost or illegible recipes, nor is the fair.

• Taxes on the prizes are the responsibility of the winner.

• Recipes from the Greater Midwest Foodways Alliance website (www.GreaterMidwestFoodways.com) are not eligible for entry in • this contest.

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We’re celebrating the most delicious and most award-worthy cookies at the fair. Create and enter you own unique cookie TM recipe in the Gold Medal Flour Cookie Contest. Any style, size or shape is welcome. Simply use the premium quality Gold Medal Flour branded product. Prizes and gifts go to the top winners!

Prizes: Up to four (4) prizes will be awarded, honoring a variety of creative, unique cookies.

1st Prize: $300, 2nd Prize: $100, 3rd Prize: $50 Each winner will also receive a ribbon, award certificate and celebratory apron.

SP1114 “New Entrant” Honorable Mention * For the “New Entrant” Honorable Mention prize, judges will select the best recipe submitted by a first time entrant in the Contest who is not awarded 1st, 2nd or 3rd Place prize. In the event that there are no eligible first time entrants, the "New Entrant" Honorable Mention prize will not be awarded.

JUDGING CRITERIA

(40%) Appearance; (40%) Flavor; (20%) Texture

CONTEST RULES

• Registration is required. Entries in this class must be registered by 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9. Follow instructions on page 34.

• IMPORTANT: Entries in this class must be delivered on Thursday, Aug. 25 (between 9-10 a.m.) They must be brought in a disposable container to the demonstration kitchen located inside the Creative Activities building. Entries should be delivered cold for safe handling.

• Limit one entry per person. You must be 18 years of age or older to enter. The Contest is intended for amateur bakers only. Professional bakers or those who earn a significant portion of their livelihood from baking may not enter the contest, nor can employees of General Mills, its parent, affiliates, subsidiaries, agencies, and members of their immediate households. 1st Place winners from any 2015 Gold Medal Flour Cookie Contest are not eligible to enter the 2016 Gold Medal Flour Cookie Contest.

• To enter, create your own unique recipe for any kind of cookie from scratch. Your recipe must include at least one cup of any guaranteed premium quality Gold Medal Flour. For Gold Medal Flour product information, visit www.goldmedalflour.com or www.facebook.com/goldmedalflour.

• Recipes must be named, your own creation, unpublished, and not previously submitted to any other contest.

• Bring your prepared food entry and corresponding recipe to the Creative Activities Building, demonstration kitchen between 9a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25 and follow the fair's entry guidelines. Entries should be submitted with 1) a Gold Medal Flour proof of purchase or product label, 2) a neatly written or typed recipe for the entry (illegible recipes may be disqualified) with estimates on preparation time and total baking time denoted, and 3) your name, address, phone number, and email address.

• By submitting your entry, you accept all Contest rules and agree to be bound by the judges’ decisions, which will be final. With entry submission, you also acknowledge and agree that no claim relating thereto shall be asserted against General Mills or any of its officers, directors, employees, agencies, representatives, successors, assigns or shareholders.

• If the recipe you enter is awarded a prize, you also agree that your winning recipe will become the property of General Mills which reserves the right to edit, adapt, copyright, publish, and use any or all of it for publicity, promotion or advertising in any form of media without compensation to you. You hereby irrevocably authorize and grant permission to General Mills and others licensed or otherwise permitted by General Mills to use and distribute your name, address, voice and likeness for any and all purposes, including publicity, advertising and trade purposes, by all means of publication including electronic and Internet, without any obligation or liability to you and without any additional approval or consent. Taxes are the responsibility of the winner. Contest is void where prohibited or otherwise regulated by law.





Sponsored by General Mills Sales, Inc., One General Mills Boulevard, Minneapolis, MN 55440. © 2016 General Mills

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Gold Medal Flour invites you to compete for the coveted honor of “Best Pie of the Fair.” Perfect your all-time favorite pie or create something entirely new. Just make it your own and make it delicious. Big prizes and bragging rights await the top winners.

Prizes: Up to four (4) prizes will be awarded, honoring a variety of pie flavors and styles, from cream-themed creations to fruit filled masterpieces.

1st Prize: $300, 2nd Prize: $100, 3rd Prize: $50 Each winner will also receive a ribbon, award certificate and celebratory apron.

SP1116 “New Entrant” Honorable Mention *For the “New Entrant” Honorable Mention prize, judges will select the best recipe submitted by a first time entrant in the Contest who is not awarded 1st, 2nd or 3rd Place prize. In the event that there are no eligible first time entrants, the New Entrant Honorable Mention will not be awarded

JUDGING CRITERIA

(40%) Appearance; (40%) Flavor; (20%) Texture

CONTEST RULES

• Registration is required. Entries in this class must be registered by 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9. Follow instructions on page 34.

• IMPORTANT: Entries in this class must be delivered on Thursday, Aug. 25 (between 12 p.m.-1 p.m.). They must be brought in a disposable container to the demonstration kitchen located inside the Creative Activities building. Entries should be delivered cold for safe handling.

• Limit one entry per person. You must be 18 years of age or older to enter. The Contest is intended for amateur bakers only.

Professional bakers or those who earn a significant portion of their livelihood from baking may not enter the contest, nor can employees of General Mills, its parent, affiliates, subsidiaries, agencies, and members of their immediate households. 1st Place winners from any 2015 Gold Medal Flour Pie Contest are not eligible to enter the 2016 Gold Medal Flour Pie Contest.

• To enter, create your own unique recipe for any kind of pie from scratch. Your recipe must include at least one cup of any guaranteed premium quality Gold Medal Flour. For Gold Medal Flour product information, visit www.goldmedalflour.com or www.facebook.com/goldmedalflour.

• Recipes should be named, your own creation, unpublished, and not previously submitted to any other contest.

• Bring your prepared entry and corresponding recipe to the Creative Activities Building, demonstration kitchen between 12 p.m.

(noon)-1p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25; and follow the fair's entry guidelines. Entries should be submitted with 1) a Gold Medal Flour proof of purchase or product label, 2) a neatly written or typed recipe for the entry (illegible recipes may be disqualified) with estimates on preparation time and total baking time denoted, and 3) your name, address and phone number, and email address.

• By submitting your entry, you accept all Contest rules and agree to be bound by the judges’ decisions, which will be final. With entry submission, you also acknowledge and agree that no claim relating thereto shall be asserted against General Mills or any of its officers, directors, employees, agencies, representatives, successors, assigns or shareholders.

• If the recipe you enter is awarded a prize, you also agree that your winning recipe will become the property of General Mills which reserves the right to edit, adapt, copyright, publish, and use any or all of it for publicity, promotion or advertising in any form of media without compensation to you. You hereby irrevocably authorize and grant permission to General Mills and others licensed or otherwise permitted by General Mills to use and distribute your name, address, voice and likeness for any and all purposes, including publicity, advertising and trade purposes, by all means of publication including electronic and Internet, without any obligation or liability to you and without any additional approval or consent. Taxes are the responsibility of the winner. Contest is void where prohibited or otherwise regulated by law.

Sponsored by General Mills Sales, Inc., One General Mills Boulevard, Minneapolis, MN 55440. © 2016 General Mills

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TM Bake your best using any Gold Medal Flour branded product. From the quick and easy to the more creative and elaborate, any bread qualifies! Our ideas range from buns, biscuits and braids, to brioche, bagels and baguettes. How about pitas, popovers, and pizza crust? Or consider muffins, dinner rolls and classic coffee cakes instead. Between two categories (sweet and savory) eight winners will be honored.

Prizes: Up to eight (8) prizes will be awarded, honoring a variety of bread types, styles and flavors.

1117 - Sweet Category 1st Prize: $150, 2nd Prize: $50, 3rd Prize: $25, and Honorable Mention Each winner will also receive a ribbon, award certificate and celebratory apron.

1118 - Savory Category 1st Prize: $150, 2nd Prize: $50, 3rd Prize: $25, and Honorable Mention Each winner will also receive a ribbon, award certificate and celebratory apron.

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CONTEST RULES

• Registration is required. Entries in this class must be registered by 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9. Follow instructions on page 34.

• IMPORTANT: Entries in this class must be delivered on Thursday, Aug. 25 (between 3-4 p.m.). They must be brought in a disposable container to the demonstration kitchen located inside the Creative Activities building. Entries should be delivered cold for safe handling.

• Limit one entry per person. You must be 18 years of age or older to enter. The Contest is intended for amateur bakers only. Professional bakers or those who earn a significant portion of their livelihood from baking may not enter the contest, nor can employees of General Mills, its parent, affiliates, subsidiaries, agencies, and members of their immediate households.

• To enter, create your own unique recipe for any kind of bread from scratch. Your recipe must include at least one cup of any guaranteed premium quality Gold Medal Flour: All Purpose Flour, Unbleached All Purpose Flour, Organic All Purpose Flour, Bread Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, White Whole Wheat Flour, or Self Rising Flour. For Gold Medal Flour product information, visit www.goldmedalflour.com or www.facebook.com/goldmedalflour.

• Recipes should be named, your own creation, unpublished, and not previously submitted to any other contest.

• Bring your prepared entry and corresponding recipe to the Creative Activities Building, demonstration kitchen between 3-4 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25 and follow the fair's entry guidelines. Entries should be submitted with 1) a Gold Medal Flour proof of purchase or product label, 2) a neatly written or typed recipe for the entry (illegible recipes may be disqualified) with estimates on preparation time and total baking time denoted, and 3) your name, address, phone number, and email address.

• By submitting your entry, you accept all Contest rules and agree to be bound by the judges’ decisions, which will be final. With entry submission, you also acknowledge and agree that no claim relating thereto shall be asserted against General Mills or any of its officers, directors, employees, agencies, representatives, successors, assigns or shareholders.

• If the recipe you enter is awarded a prize, you also agree that your winning recipe will become the property of General Mills which reserves the right to edit, adapt, copyright, publish, and use any or all of it for publicity, promotion or advertising in any form of media without compensation to you. You hereby irrevocably authorize and grant permission to General Mills and others licensed or otherwise permitted by General Mills to use and distribute your name, address, voice and likeness for any and all purposes, including publicity, advertising and trade purposes, by all means of publication including electronic and Internet, without any obligation or liability to you and without any additional approval or consent. Taxes are the responsibility of the winner. Contest is void where prohibited or otherwise regulated by law.



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