The Pillsbury Bake-Off in Las Vegas! What could be more fun?
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Judging the Pillsbury Bake-Off was a joy for food writer Clementine Paddleford. Read about her experiences and some of the ups and downs of the early contests.
Blueberry “Boy Bait.” How’s that for a recipe title? I think only in 1954 could one get away with a name like that. The recipe won $2,000 at the 5th Pillsbury Bake-Off by a teen-age girl from Chicago, who said she made it often for her friends, assuming at least one was a boy she […]
It’s the 45th Pillsbury Bake-Off with a million dollar winner and Martha Stewart as host. What could be more fun – except add Orlando to the mix and you have the makings of a magical contest!
Welcome to Part II of the 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off contest! If you didn’t read Part I, you will find it right after this blog. As mentioned in Part I, I had received many heartfelt memories from some of the contestants who wanted to share their Bake-Off experiences with you, but there wasn’t enough space in […]
Sue Compton was the first New Jersey resident in history to win the Pillsbury Bake-Off. Not only that, she had never entered a recipe contest before, and entered the contest one week before the deadline, with the encouragement of her mom and son, Jon. And listen how she decided which products to use- Sue took a spin […]
Carolyn Gurtz, million dollar winner of the 43rd Pillsbury Bake-Off contest, wasn’t expecting her “Double-Delight Peanut Butter Cookies” to be the one selected for competition. She was sure it would be one of her other entries using peanut butter, which was peanut butter pancakes with a strawberry jam sauce (which sounds fabulous!). “I’ve been entering […]
When someone is a great cook, many times the person has learned the way around a kitchen from their mother. In the case of Anna Ginsberg, million dollar winner of Bake-Off # 42, this was not to be. Anna’s mother, “who couldn’t cook at all and had no desire,” says Anna, still encouraged her daughter to […]