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5 Tips for Baking Contest Entrants from a Judge
Posted By Nicole On September 13, 2013 @ 7:21 am In Baking,Contests | No Comments
I love judging baking and cooking contests. I’ve judged everything from the LA County Fair to the Pillsbury Bake-Off. Large or small, cooking contests are always exciting events, because everyone who attends is psyched up for the competition. Most contests don’t have MasterChef-style elimination rounds built into them, so the competitors tend to be friendly and supportive of one another, even if they all think that their recipe is the best.
But I do see some of the same things over and over again, so I put together a list of a few quick tips that might help you the next time you’re thinking of entering a baking contest to show off your skills in the kitchen.
Baking contests are a lot of fun, even if you don’t win. You’ll meet some great people and will probably get to try some delicious dishes. But it doesn’t hurt to fine tune your entry so that you have the best shot of winning. And if you don’t place that first year, be sure to take a look at the winning entries to see what they did so that you can pick up even more tips for the next contest you enter!
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