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Cake winner starts with recipes from family, friends

“I first saw a notice in the post office and then read an ad in the Gazette-Journal about the May Faire Pound Cake Contest. It was for a worthy cause so I decided to enter.”

What a great decision Ruth Ann Hutson made. Out of 20 entries her Blueberry Pound cake took first place. Her husband Michael and grandson Dustin each saw her at work and were very interested in where the cake was going. When the contest was over, Ruth Ann bought her own cake as a surprise for her family.

Making and baking cakes was once a business for Ruth Ann. She made wedding, birthday and whatever-the -occasion cakes. “I had taken a cake making course years ago and I loved doing it but no more sales. But I am still making cakes for friends, family and mostly for my four grandsons.”

Ruth Ann says when growing up she didn’t take an interest in cooking. She was the sibling always doing chores and playing outdoors. “It was my Home Ec teacher Dorothy Foster in high school who taught me so much about the bas...

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