Families enjoyed the Blackberry Bake-off event

Tasy family fun at Blackberry Bake-off

Families enjoyed the Blackberry Bake-off event, which included a scavenger hunt, held August 20 at the Langley Demonstration Garden.

Families enjoyed the Blackberry Bake-off event, which included a scavenger hunt, held August 20 at the Langley Demonstration Garden.

Following are the results of the Blackberry Bake-off:

Winners – as determined by the judges: 1st place: Erin Enns – Blackberry Plum Tarts, 2nd place tied: Catherine Thompson/John Thompson – Thompson Tarts, 2nd place tied: The Wilson Girls: Luciana, Marie-Claire, and Pauline Wilson – Blackberry Upside Down Cake;

People’s Choice: 1st Andrea Hoeksemy- Blackberry Jello, 2nd Kristen Cassie – Blackberry Cheesecake, 3rd Stephanie D’Agnone – Blackberry Tiffin.

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