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431,500 for COOKING CURRANTS AND BANANAS. Second Announcement for those Readers of the Denbighshire Free Press who have not yet sent in their names for our home cooking competition. There is no Entrance Fee, and the rales aud conditions are quite simple. This Great National Competition which is being car- ried on under conditions similar to those which governed thelessextensive-bnt extremely popular-Currant Cookery Competitions of 1907, has, for the convenience of the Com- petitors, aud to easure perfoct fairness and equality of judgment, bedn divided into separate secuciua for each county throughout England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. How you can help to keep up the credit of our County. 1st. y going in yourself for this genuine home-cookery content, and sending up first-rate samples of the special cakes, pastries, and puddings for which Denbighshire is so famous. 2nd By telling your neighbours and friends all about the Competition, and pursuading them to join with you in friendly rivalry and good-natured competition for the best prizes. 3rd. By remembering that the value of the cash prizes allotted to each county will be governed by the number of entries-the biggest prizes going to those counties which record the greatest number or Competitors. Currants are now recognised by the highest medical authorities as the most wholesome, nutritious, and in- expensive of all dried fruits. Every British Housewife who reads a home-paper, knows not only that Currants are good, but knows why they are good, and why it is well worth her while to make a special study of Currau. cookery, even though there were no such events as Currant Cookery Competitions with tempting prizes for the best dishes. Nevertheless, such a cookery contest as that now an- nounced will be exceedingly popular with the intelligent and clever housawife. She will see at once that all her previous practice in Currant Cookery has been just per- fecting her for this, and she will determine to send up Currant dainties that shall be a pride and delight to her household aud a satisfaction to herself. Bananas are becoming increasingly popular and doctors are strongly recommending them as an extremely light and easily-digested form ofnotaisbment. One of the objects of this competition is to stimulate special interest in Banana Cookery, and to show what a nourishing aad economical article of daily food they are when c >oked. They combine excellently with Currants in the making of delicious and simple puddings, cakes, and swestmests. Try some of the recipes given in the little Currant and Bauana Cookery- book mentioned below. aLd you will realise that there is a new field open to you in supplying the daily needs of the family. The Competition is concerned wholly and solely with Currant and Banana Cookery, and Many Thousand of Prizel an to be given to those bome<eo«lu who sea4 in the most wholesome and attractive dishes, containing, as chief ingredients either Currants, or Bananas, or an admixture of the two fruits. It is essentially a home contest -no professional chef or I confectioner will be allowed to compete. Simple Currant cakes, Currant scones, Currant pastries, Currant tartiets, Currant fritters, Currant puddings, Ban- aua jelly, Banana blancmange, Baulina jam, Banana fritters, jmt such homely and tootnsome dainties as are always beiug made on every baking day by the careful and thrifty housewite who is proud of ner kitchen management—these are the dishes that will win the Prizes. The judgment of the Currant and Banana dishes is to be carried out by one oi the greatest cookery exnerts of the dty—Mr. C. Herman Senn, G.C.A., F.C.I., whoVill award the Prizes, not to the most fanciful or most expensive dishes, but to those which are most Bkiifnlly compounded, and most satisfactory as an item of every-day fare. When the Currant and Banana dainties have been judged, and the prizes awarded—all the good things sent in will be immediately distributed among the destitute poor. There- fore, in eateriug tills Co npemion, you are making a least lor those who cannot make a feast for themselves. What you Have to do- Intending Competitors must fill in the coupon to be found at the end of this notice, and send it as directed. They will then receive fullest particulars as to the Com- petition, and a useful little booklet of recipes for Currant and Banana Cookery. Competitors may work upon any of these recipes, or nla] think out something entirely novel on their own account. SpeciallHteution will be given to quite new and original examples of Currant or Banana Cookery. Any number of people from one household may enter, and extra entry forms will be supplied free an application. Start at once and practise every day for this Great 11 Cookery Competition—that is the sure way to win one of the best prizes. Fill in this Coupon before you forget. and send it to CUKF.ANTS," 231, STRAND, LONDON. Please send, free of cost, as mentioned in the Denbigh- shire Free Press," to Full Iname Yr8. or Miss) Full Postal Address I.' a copy of the Currant and Banana Recipe Booklet and full I particulars of the Great National Cookery Competition. I Your Grocer has the little Booklet" bimple and Dainty Gamut ftad Bmum fiecipw." Aik turn toi ft Free eo" y

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