Thursday, 25 May 2017

Produce Show Categories

We just wanted to let you know about the produce show categories so you can start to get organised with your entries for this year's show on Saturday 5th August.

The categories are as follows:
Vegetables 
(Trophy donated by Mr & Mrs P Thomas)

1. 5 Radish

2. 1 Cabbage

3. 1 Cauliflower

4. 3 Tomatoes

5. 1 Cucumber

6. 4 Carrots with Tops

7. 8 Raspberries on a Small Plate

8. 1 Longest Stick Of Rhubarb with Leaf

9. 5 Pods of Peas

10. 5 Pods of Broad Beans

11. 3 Red Beet With Tops

12. 3 Potatoes

13. 1 Lettuce

14. 5 Runner Beans

15. 3 Onions Grown from Seed

16. 3 Onions Grown from Sets

17. 5 French/Dwarf Beans

18. Any Vegetable or Fruit not listed

19. Humerous Mis-shapen Vegetable

FLOWERS
(Trophy donated by Mr & Mrs H Ridsdale)

20. 4 Marigolds

21. 1 Rose

22. 1 Sunflower in Vase

23. 6 Sweet Peas

24. 4 Pansies

25. Best Scented Rose

26. Vase of Mixed Garden Flowers

27. 1 House Plant (Flower)

28. 3 Dahlias

FLOWER ARRANGEMENT
(Trophy donated by John & Barbara Peel)

29. Tour De Yorkshire Arrangement

30. Ladies Buttonhole

31. Arrangement Using Only Foliage

32. Flowers in an Unusual Container

33. Posy of Flowers

34. A Harvest Arrangement


COOKERY
(Trophy donated by MR J. R. Hall )

35. 3 Brownies

36. Bread Loaf

37. 3 Biscuits

38. 3 Cheese Scones

39. Recipe Carrot Cake - see recipe below to follow.

40. 3 Pieces of Flapjack

41. 3 Butterfly Buns

42. Fruit Loaf

43. 3 Fruit Scones

44. Victoria Sandwich (Filled)

45. Quiche—Any Variety

PRODUCE 
(Trophy donated by Mr & Mrs J Layton)

46. Jar of Raspberry Jam

47. Jar of Strawberry Jam

48. Jar of any other Jam

49. Jar of Lemon Curd

50. Jar of Chutney

51. Jar of Pickles—Any Variety

52. 6 Eggs

53. Alcoholic Beverage ( Homebrewed)

54. Non-Alcoholic Beverage (Homemade or brewed)

ARTS & CRAFTS
(Trophy donated by Mr & Mrs N Jaques)

55. Decorated Egg

56. Home Made / Knitted Garment

57. Painting/Picture

58. A Poem

59. Garden In a Tray

60. Animal Made From Vegetables/Fruit

61. Any Other Hand Made Object

PHOTOGRAPHY
(Trophy donated by Mr & Mrs G Jones)

62. Photography—Landscape*

63. Photography—Farming Life*

64. Photography—Flowers or Nature*

65. Photography—Family Fun*

66. Photography—Weather*

67. Photography—Bielby Scene*

68. Photography—Sport*

69. Photography—A Portrait*

*Photographs to be taken by Exhibitor within last 12 months. 

CHILDREN’S CLASSES(Trophy donated by Helen Todd for the Best Entry)
5 and Under Age Group


70. Decorated Egg 

71. A Coloured Picture

72. A Face On A Plate 

73. Home Grown Cress In Decorated Container

6—12 Age Group

Entries made by 12 to 16 year olds will now be judged as adult entries.


74. A Coloured Picture

75. Animal made from Vegetables/Fruit 

76. Handicraft or Model 

77. Photograph 

78. Decorated Egg

79. Home Grown Cress In Decorated Container

80. A Poem

The highlighted entries are those which are new or changed slightly.

Here is a pdf of the entry form. Click on the link to view and print off if you wish.
Produce Show Leaflet -
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1P5DEqM5L8YRndWcUhZaEx2T05JdDlEeUUtdmRfT3hUeWxB/view?usp=sharing

Produce Show Entry Form -
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1P5DEqM5L8YeVAwWnpiNm56SVVVcXZ0TXEyMmhybmVOSkY4/view?usp=sharing

New entry is a carrot cake using a specified recipe -here is the recipe link. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1P5DEqM5L8YZEdDb1VBSWVvZ0RtYmpKWmdDbXhra0puRVdv/view?usp=sharing

The WI Healthy(ish) Carrot cake
This is a lovely fragrant cake — the carrot being enhanced with mellow spices. For the competition leave it to cool and finish with the cream-cheese icing and walnut top.
(PER SQUARE: 336 calories, 22 g fat )
CAKE INGREDIENTS;
225 g (8 oz) self-raising flour
1 and a half teaspoons baking powder
1 tablespoon ground mixed spice
1 teaspoon ground ginger
175 g (6 oz) golden caster sugar
50 g (2 oz) walnut halves, chopped roughly
3 large eggs, beaten
200 ml (7 oz) sunflower oil
Half a teaspoon vanilla extract
225 g (8 oz) finely grated carrot

FOR THE ICING;
175 g (6 oz) low-fat cream cheese
25 g (1 oz) butter or margarine, softened
80 g (3 oz) icing sugar, sifted
lemon juice
vanilla extract
15 walnut halves, to decorate
1 Preheat the oven to Gas Mark 4/electric oven 180oC/fan oven 160oC. Grease and base-line a
shallow tin, 17 x 26 cm (6 1⁄2 x 10 1⁄2 inches).
2 In a large bowl, sift together the flour, baking powder and spices. Stir in the sugar and
walnuts.
3 Make a well in the centre and add the eggs, oil and vanilla extract.
Stir until smooth. Mix in the carrot and spoon into the prepared tin. Level the surface and bake in the centre of the oven for 40-45 minutes, until a metal skewer inserted in the middle comes out clean. Allow to cool in tin for 10 minutes before turning out on to a wire rack to cool.
4 To make the icing, beat together the cream cheese and butter or margarine in a bowl, until
smooth. Gradually add the sifted icing sugar, followed by a squeeze of lemon juice and a few drops of vanilla extract, to taste.
5 Spread the icing evenly over the cake's surface. Mark into 1 5 squares and decorate each

with a walnut half. Cover with cling film, to prevent it from drying out, and keep refrigerated.

The leaflet and entry form are at the printers at the moment so we will be delivering them to your door as soon as we get them but in the meantime we hope you enjoy getting your entries ready for the show.

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