Shaun is King of the Cookstove (almost)

Thursday, August 7, 2008


Shaun entered the Fair's King of the Cookstove this year and entered 32 items. The winner was determined by the total ribbons earned. 5 pts for 1st, 3 pts for 2nd, and 1 pt for 3rd. Shaun was 8 pts behind the 1st place winner, who earned 52 pts, Shaun with 46, and third place with 31 pts.

Blue Ribbon winners: French Bread, Double chocolate chip muffins, no bake peanut butter cookies, peanut brittle (look close who I beat in that picture. And she is a great cook.) and lastly two types of sugar cookies.




For Second place: Blue berry muffins, Cheese bread, Chocolate peanutbutter balls.

Third Place: Low fat brownies (which competed against normal brownies), tomato juice, chocolate oatmeal cookies, dried onions, basil, and zucchini.



5 comments:

Jef August 8, 2008 at 11:48 AM  

Shaun, I think I need to come visit and eat some of your wonderful cooking...especially your french bread...I think you need to give up the computer stuff and start a bakery/restuarant...of course that would take a lot more time. but you could set your own hours...and travel a lot more.

I grew up eating "Goldie" meals, and for you to beat her is a huge achievement...something to be, well I won't say proud but, "well-pleased" in. Congratulations, it's awesome. If you ever feel the urge to mail a loaf of french bread our way...
399 mill beach road
Brookings, OR 97415

Amanda August 8, 2008 at 9:26 PM  

Great job!!! That if so impressive you beat Goldie!! Wow! I think you should open that bakery, resturant with a photo shop attached to it. You can take pictures of people and then feed them!!! What a deal! I know I would frequent that place!

Julie August 10, 2008 at 3:02 PM  

Yumm! I had no idea that you were such a great cook. I remember going to Anna's second birthday party and you bar-b-qued for us. I better not go to your restaurant- I'd end up blowing my diet/healthy eating I started recently. But I'm sure you could make some great healthy food as well!

Julie August 15, 2008 at 10:27 PM  

Hey, we just got back from camping and I used the campstove by myself for the first time. I started out by scrambling some eggs (it was breakfast) then frying some fish that had been caught the night before. Then I was feeling comfortable at the stove and started to fry some bananas that were getting mushy. They tasted great! I almost started frying some apples but I was needed elseware. Cooking on a campstove is fun!

Julie August 15, 2008 at 10:30 PM  

I just realized that "cookstove" is different from "campstove" duh. I was wondering how you made muffins on the campstove. Or better yet- how you canned with it. It's 11:30 pm so I need to go to bed.