Lindsay Competes In Annual State Heritage Cooking Contest
Janice Lindsay of Crenshaw County entered her recipe for Maple Caramel Bacon Crack in the 2018 Heritage Cooking Contest. The annual contest is sponsored by the Alabama Farmers Federation Women's Leadership Division and highlights a specific commodity. For 2018, pork was the highlighted commodity.
Maple Caramel Bacon Crack
1 lb. bacon
1 package crescent rolls
½ cup maple syrup
¾ cup brown sugar
Directions: Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Line 15x10 inch baking sheet with parchment paper. Lightly grease with cooking spray. Stretch dough with hands to fit pan. Prick with fork. Set aside. Cook bacon until medium pink. Drizzle dough with ¼ cup syrup. Sprinkle with ¼ cup brown sugar. Top with bacon pieces. Drizzle with remaining syrup and sugar. Bake 25 minutes until bubbly. Let cool. Break or cut into pieces.
Mount Places Third In Annual State Quilting Contest
Deloris Mount of Crenshaw County received third place in the hand-stitched quilt contest at the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 46th Commodity Producers Conference in Montgomery Aug. 4. She won $75, courtesy of the Federation’s Women’s Leadership Division.
Catrett Earns Awards, Scholarships At 2018 Junior Beef Expo
Clockwise from top left: Cameron Catrett of Crenshaw County won Bred & Owned (B&O) reserve grand champion during the Junior Beef Expo (JBE) Heifer Show March 17. She is pictured heifer SCF Cherri 910E. This award is sponsored by AT&T. Cherri also won reserve champion for the Shorthorn division and champion Bred & Owned (B&O) for the Shorthorn division.
Catrett won division champion for Lim-Flex during the Junior Beef Expo (JBE) Heifer Show March 16. She was also the Lim-Flex Bred & Owned champion. She is pictured with winning heifer, CCAT Bailee 817E, and family.
Class 4 Senior Division Showmanship winners at the Junior Beef Expo (JBE) were, from left, Will Jordan of Clay County, first; Catrett, second; Tanner Denney of Chilton County, third; Abigail McCord of Madison County, fourth; and Bethanie Hartzog of Dale County, fifth. The contest was March 16 at the Teague Arena in Montgomery.
Catrett won division champion for Shorthorns during the Junior Beef Expo (JBE) Market Show March 15. She is pictured with her winning steer, SCF Red Zone 930D US, and family friends, Glen Graves and Cody Maddox.
The Alabama Junior Shorthorn Association (AJSA) presented scholarships during the Junior Beef Expo, March 17, in Montgomery, Ala. AJSA President Cassidy Catrett, right, made the presentations. From left are BJ Rice Memorial Scholarship recipient Sarah Parker of Chambers County and AJSA Scholarship recipients Tanner Denney of Chilton County, Cameron Catrett of Crenshaw County and Will Jordan of Clay County.
Cameron Catrett of Crenshaw County was presented the $500 Louise Wilson Alabama CattleWomen’s Scholarship at the Junior Beef Expo (JBE) March 16 at the Teague Arena in Montgomery. She is pictured judge Owen MacFarlane of Texas A&M University, Alabama CattleWomen and past scholarship recipients.
JBE is presented by the Alabama Farmers Federation and held in conjunction with the SLE Rodeo at Garrett Coliseum in Montgomery.