Pie chefs claim cooking honors at Chamber competition

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Bryan Cook is presented his winning prizes from Osage City Chamber of Commerce President Wilma Booth, for taking first and third place in the second annual pie contest.

The Osage City Chamber of Commerce hosted its 2nd annual pie baking contest in conjunction with the Osage County Fair, with 9 pies for the eager judges to taste and judge. Winners this year were Bryan Cook, Osage City, who took first place with his apple pie and third place with a white cherry pie; and Jeannine Colstrom, Osage City, second place, for her peach pie. Cook also won first and third place in last year’s competition.

All of the pies were purchased at the silent auction following the pie judging contest.

Jeannine Colstrom was the second-place winner in the Osage City Chamber of Commerce's pie contest.

Jeannine Colstrom was the second-place winner in the Osage City Chamber of Commerce’s pie contest.

Chamber Bucks were given for prizes: first place, $20, second place, $10, and third place, $5. Judges for the competition were Ray Hovestadt, Fran Richmond, Ken Dubois, and Wayne White.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pie judges always seem to be happy people. From left, Wayne White, Ray Hovestadt, Fran Richmond, and Ken Dubois.

Pie judges always seem to be happy people. From left, Wayne White, Ray Hovestadt, Fran Richmond, and Ken Dubois.

 

Revised 3:56 p.m., July 13, 2013, to correct winning pie types.

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