I prefer making golden apple pies. It's a family favourite and has won blue ribbons at local fairs.
These brownies' name and shape reflect my state's heritage. When I entered there, Kansas was celebrating Dwight Eisenhower's 100th birthday. This was the fair's theme. So I titled and cut my brownies using a star cookie cutter to honour his position. Blue ribbon!
I entered this pie in Livingston's Park County Fair years ago. It got a blue first-place ribbon and a purple all-around ribbon. Family and friends think it's a great peach pie.
My no-bake cookie recipe was delicious, but I never won at the fair. Maraschino cherries, almond extract, and voilà! 2010 county fair: blue ribbon.
Inspired by an abundance of zucchini, I made this spicy, sweet cake. Our county fair awarded a blue ribbon.
This pie got a blue ribbon in Texas. I didn't start cooking until I retired after 20 years in the service. Now I love cooking.
My girls and I are always seeking for new blueberry recipes to put in a cooking contest. These blue-ribbon bars are delicious.
I earned second place for my state with this pie recipe. I always use local items, like Virginia's peanuts.
This recipe is all-American home baking at its best. It's received blue ribbons at state fairs and cookie contests. It's excellent for potlucks, bake sales, lunchboxes, or snacking.