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The Commons
Town and Village

Heifers' cake competition extends deadline

Read the complete contest rules and enter your recipe by May 18 at www.strollingoftheheifers.com.

Originally published in The Commons issue #459 (Wednesday, May 16, 2018). This story appeared on page C2.


BRATTLEBORO—Strolling of the Heifers’ annual culinary competition aims to find the tastiest and best-looking Bundt Cake in New England.

The deadline for amateur and professional bakers to enter their best, most original Bundt Cake recipe in the Great New England Bundt Cake Baking Competition is now midnight on May 18. Finalists will be notified by May 23. Finalists will bring their cakes to the River Garden for Judging, and sampling by the public.

Local celebrity “foodie” judges will announce the winners on Friday evening, June 1, during the Downtown Street Fest as part of the 2018 Strolling of the Heifers Weekend.

Ingredients should be, as much as possible, local, including Vermont products, and the use of ingredients from our sponsors is encouraged. Recipes must include at least a half cup of King Arthur Flour.

Prizes will be awarded as follows:

• First prize — $150 King Arthur Flour gift certificate, plus a King Arthur Flour gift basket, Nordic Ware Heritage Bundt Pan, Nordic Ware Bundt Storage Bag, Nordic Ware Ultimate Bundt Cleaning Tool.

• Second prize — $100 King Arthur Flour gift certificate, a gift basket from Grafton Village Cheese Company, Nordic Ware Heritage Bundt Pan, Nordic Ware Bundt Storage Bag, Nordic Ware Ultimate Bundt Cleaning Tool.

• Third prize — $75 King Arthur Flour gift certificate, a gift basket from Cabot Creamery, Nordic Ware Heritage Bundt Pan, Nordic Ware Bundt Storage Bag, Nordic Ware Ultimate Bundt Cleaning Tool.

• Community Favorite — $50 Marina Restaurant gift certificate.

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