Food Show Guidelines
Food Show Guidelines 2018
Food Show Sample Interview Questions and Score Sheets
This is an individual opportunity for 4-H youth to showcase their skill and knowledge within the Food and Nutrition Project.
4-H members must select their category prior to entry and submit a copy of the recipe. This year’s Food Show theme is “Restaurant Re-creations”. There is no cost for Grayson County 4-H members to enter the Food Show, but participants must be active 4-H members and academically eligible.
Participants will only be judged against 4-H members from their county for placing, since this is a qualifying event for district.
Registration will close on Friday, January 18th for this event. No late registration will be allowed.
Food classified as main dish usually contain a meat or meat alternate such as cheese, eggs, dry beans, or peas and peanut butter. They also may contain other foods. Dishes may include beef, veal, pork, variety meats, poultry, eggs, fish and shellfish. Other possible dishes include meat loaves, soufflés, omelets, soups and chowders.
Fruits & Vegetables
Side dishes are foods that are usually served along with a main dish or as accompaniments to the main course. Foods in this category should be those in which the main ingredient is a fruit or a vegetable. Suggested dishes may include salads, cooked vegetables, cooked fruit, and combination vegetable dishes.
Breads & Cereals
The foods in this category should contain foods made from wheat, oats, rice rye, barley, millet, quinoa and / or corn. Examples of entries for this category include quick breads such as muffins and biscuits, yeast breads, oatmeal and pasta.
For this category, look for recipes high in nutrients which provide lasting energy to sustain an individual between meals. Examples of nutritious snacks include: red pepper hummus, oven roasted chickpeas, or oatmeal energy balls.
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