Cincinnati Magazine's New Bake Off Competition Is Looking for Participants!
Updated: Sep. 21, 2022 at 11:23 AM EDT
Calling all bakers!
Does whipping up a pie or cake tickle your fancy? Are your friends always asking you to bring your famous cookies or brownies? Well it's time to let your confectionary talents shine!
Introducing… Cincinnati Magazine's First Ever GREAT BAKE-OFF, October 16-20!
Cincinnati's artistic and imaginative baking community will be taking center stage this October in Cincinnati Magazine's inaugural "Great Bake-Off" confectionary competition.
Whether you're a paid professional or an at-home baker, you are invited to apply NOW to participate in the following categories:
• Celebrate Cincinnati Cake Decorating
• Pies to Die For
• Gimme Gimme Cookies + Brownies
• Knead More Bread
A select number of participants will be chosen to compete throughout the Great Bake-off week, October 16-19, at the Midwest Culinary Institute followed by a sweet and savory public celebration of all the baked goodness on October 20 when the winners are announced!
Baker applications for both pro and amateur bakers are being accepted NOW through September 26 at cincinnatimagazine.com/great-cincinnati-bake-off-sign-up-form.
The professionals and amateurs will then compete in the four mouthwatering categories—bread, cookies and brownies, pie and cake—decorated in the spirit of Cincinnati Fun.
Pastry experts will select the tastiest entries to receive the "Golden Rolling Pin" in each bracket.
The public is then invited to view the entries and see the winners recognized of culinary talent on Thursday, October 20, 6-9pm at The Midwest Culinary Institute at Cincinnati State.
Guests will have the opportunity to sample sweet and savory treats from the city's most beloved local bakeries too.
Learn more, enter to participate, or purchase tickets to the Bake Off Party on October 20 at http://cincinnatimagazine.com/bakeoff
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