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Old 12-31-2007, 04:53 PM   #11
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I am surprised they did not all get eaten before making it to the judges table! Did you have to make a decoy batch?
After the entry left for the judging area I broke out samples.

The rest of the story------

After the Fair there was an article in the paper about the Judges at the Fair.

It showed two women laughing while judging.

I knew what they were judging (from the picture) was my entry.

I sent my son the article.

A week later he is at his Father-in-law's birthday party and he thought for some reason one of the guests looked familiar.

He found that she had been one of the baking Judges.

She told him, that the other lady in the picture along with her husband raised Hogs.

Then she asked if I would share the recipe.

It was like icing on the Blue Ribbon.
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Old 01-01-2008, 08:49 AM   #12
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Great story Tuppaware!! Welcome to DC! Hope you and FedUp enjoy your new found home!!!!
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