The competition will involve 10 pastry participants giving samples of their wares to the audience. Pastry judge Jimmie Tramel, Tulsa World writer, will evaluate the pastries in a blind taste-test and choose a grand prize winner who will collect $200. He will also pick a 2nd place winner, who will win a gift card to Wonder City Coffee. Audience samplers will also get to vote and a popular vote winner will win a Wonder City Coffee gift card.
In addition, a poetry contest, wherein the writer creates a 3-line poem about the pastry of his/her choice, will be held, and the winner will also receive a Wonder City Coffee gift card.
Sign up at Wonder City Coffee or download one of the following forms or contact Roxann Yates at email@example.com to participate. The contest is free to enter but chefs must be signed up in advance and follow the guidelines on the entry form.
Anyone (chef or taster) can write a poem about a favorite pastry and enter it in the poem contest. The poem must be composed during the competition and submitted to Roxann Yates at Wonder City Coffee by 12:30 p.m., April 27.