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    Official Prize Winners

    [Cover photo by LEEZAH 4.] These recipes have won a blue ribbon, trophy or even cold hard cash for some talented chef.
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    Grand Prize winner in a Simple & Delicious contest for crock-pot recipes. . .not my recipe unfortunately, but I had to post it here for safe keeping. They recommend serving it sliced with a side of hot mashed potatoes however I think it's much better atop fluffy white rice!!! This is a fabulous recipe and your end product won't have that "crock pot" flavor!!

    Recipe #316858

    This pie won the 2006 First Place ribbon in the Peanut Butter Category of the 2006 National Pie awards. The recipe was provided by Raine Gottess.

    Recipe #197685

    This pie is so easy to make and won the 1999 American Pie Council's Pie Championship in the Custard Pie Category.

    Recipe #181205

    1 Reviews |  By dojemi

    Anna Ginsbergs, 2006 Pillsbury Bake-Off winner. An old-fashioned chicken dinner is updated for two, with a surprising ingredient that makes the spinach stuffing extra special. The Zaar computer is not recognizing '1 package' of Pillsbury Dunkables...(the recipe uses only 9 sticks, and 3 of the syrup cups from the package of dunkables).

    Recipe #161250

    Every time we serve this we get requests for the recipe. We make this often and the kids ask for it calling it Peanut Butter Chicken. Marinate the chicken overnight and into the next day. I broil/bake this dish when we can’t grill in the winter. This is the most successful in a series of peanut chicken recipes tried and won a contest with Better Homes and Gardens. Cook time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #211490

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    This is a wrap in a tortilla. Sounds like a great summer lunch. This is so easy. Just assemble and eat!

    Recipe #126161

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    I won a chili cookoff with this recipe. What's special about it? I don't know. I just made it the way I always do, with the exception of noting the ingredient amounts and method in case anyone wanted it. It's not really a "secret" chili. It is just made the way I like chili. Oh, and if you're one of my Texas relations, don't call me on the phone about the can of beans. You know I like them, so give it up. They're "optional." TNT OOPS! Lazyme is correct, the green chiles go in at step 2 with the "wet ingredient add" (if you sub any wet ingredient besides tender cooked beans, add it there at step 2). Beans fall apart if you overcook them. Please mark Lazeme's review as helpful since her comments helped correct this recipe!!!! Thanks, Vicki!!! -Lorie

    Recipe #245569

    I do Weight Watchers (over 100lbs off! & counting!) So I am always trying to think of new tasty recipes. I came up with this one & took it to a dessert contest one first place NO ONE can believe it is "Diet" Cake!

    Recipe #180839

    This is my favorite coconut cake recipe. What makes it so delicious and unusual is the frosting. It is made in a very different manner and isn't ultra-sweet. Just yummy. I think this recipe appeared in the Columbus Dispatch when they posted award-winning recipes from the Ohio State Fair. I can see why it could have walked away with a blue ribbon.

    Recipe #182165

    I got this recipe from a well known Vancouver barbecue chef/author/firefighter, David Veljacic. He has won many awards for this recipe....try it and you will see why!!

    Recipe #217415

    This was something I made to take to a potluck at work. I started out making it as a whole bean dip/salsa, but when I finished, it seemed it would make a wonderful salad, stuffed in fresh tomatoes from the garden or served on a bed of romaine. I used the tiny bit of leftovers spooned on broiled fish, so the possibilities really seem endless. I threw things together from things in my cupboard (the cans of Rotel were leftover from someone coming over eons ago, but you could easily chop up a couple of ripe tomatoes and chilis), but sifted the brain cells to remember everything I did after I won first place in our potluck competition as a side salad and everyone wanted the recipe. You can easily spice this up more to your taste by adding jalapenos or your favourite chile, next time I make this I might try adding a couple of tomatillos.

    Recipe #107950

    Melt in your mouth Blue Ribbon winners ! I make these at Least once a month.

    Recipe #123269

    Heather B used this recipe to win a blue ribbon at the Juniata County Fair. The original is published on the Nestle site which uses those semi sweets. Heather used Hershey s instead to bring in that ribbon. This is the correct recipe verified off the Nestle site [there was a problem with the original I posted] http://www.verybestbaking.com/recipes/detail.aspx?ID=128593

    Recipe #139368

    Yep the fair again. Yep the prize cake in the Angel Food Divison. Yep in both the papers just like the Chocolate Cake, The Chocolate Strawberry bars, the apple pie.

    Recipe #139879

    Amongst our friends, food is a serious subject, and can be very competitive. We had two food cook-offs and this recipe came in first in the meat division both times. I got this recipe from a wonderful cookbook, the Low Fat Grill, by Donna Rodnitzky. I often half the recipe for smaller portions of lamb.

    Recipe #180012

    I have been making this at Christmas for a couple of years now. I don't remember where I found the recipe but I definitely give credit to whose ever it was originally. I gave it to a friend and she made it, entered it in a candy contest and won first prize. It is a great alternative for someone with a peanut allergy.

    Recipe #204687

    I entered this bundt cake of mine this past weekend into a baking contest at our local gourmet food store. It took home 2nd place--plus the bakery is going to start making it along side of their other "gourmet" cakes!! I am so excited--thought I would share it with everyone!

    Recipe #242042

    A number of years ago I won a Maytag stove by entering this recipe in a Splenda contest. Both my husband and my son are diabetics, and I try to adapt recipes that can fit into their diets. This dessert is tasty enough, and looks elegant enough to be served for any occasion...just vary the optional toppings (listed below) to suit the occasion (ie, mincemeat for Thanksgiving or Christmas, , or simply dust with confectioners sugar if that would work with your carb allowance.

    Recipe #252596

    When I first starting making bread, I thought putting shortening on my hands would help in kneading. I was wrong! I wound up kneading the bread in the air. So I read everything about bread making I could, and after using a lot of recipes, I made bread that won the blue ribbon in the State Fair. Although I have written the recipe to use dry yeast, I use compressed yeast, if I can find it. The temperature for compressed yeast is 85 degrees. I also use this basic white bread to make cinnamon-raisin, herb, and sun-dried tomato basil. This recipe was not intended for use in a bread machine, as it makes 2 loaves. I do sift the flour before measuring, which makes it light. Since the excitement of the Blue Ribbon Recipes on the Zaar, a lot of people have asked me questions. I am trying to answer them by tweaking my recipe, and adding comments here at the top. Someone asked if they had to use "shortening". I don't think there are too many musts... Today, I made one of the two loaves with about 1/2 cup of Calamata Olives (pitted and cut into small pieces), and about 3 ounces of a shredded three cheese blend (Parmesan, Asiago, & Romano), it was awesome. My 8 year old granddaughter could not get enough! Next time, I will try to use olive oil with this combination.

    Recipe #162214

    My family has used this recipe for years, it has even won First Prize at our local fair, many times. I hated to post this but I could not find another like it. I use Recipe #148727 for the filling, every holiday :) Note: I just tried this crust with Chicken Pot Pie and ummmm just the best This will make 3 each 8" crust or 2 ea 9" crusts. When I take the time to make crust, I make extra, I roll it out between 2 sheets of wax paper and place in the large tupperware (about 2" high) flat bowl and place in freezer...then when I want to make a pie, I can do so in a hurry!

    Recipe #174625

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