2019 Edible Book Festival Results

Friday, April 12, 2019

Field of Dreams by Matt Tullio

Photos by Bob Pfeiffer

We came, we saw, and we consumed! Thank you so much for making the 7th Annual Edible Book Festival one for the books (haha). It was a true delight seeing all of the community support and involvement, which included 29 registrations this year from both adults and youth!

Cake? There's free cake?

Thank you to everyone who participated in Saturday's Edible Book Festival at Third Place Commons. Hundreds of people came out to view the culinary creations on display and vote for their favorite!

Horton hears...

The Who!

If you are not familiar with the Edible Book Festival, creations were inspired by a book, but made out of edible ingredients —sweet or savory. Check out some of the unique and amazing entries from the event!

The Winners

Congratulations to the winners! We have two age brackets for awards. Adult and Youth (K-12). 

Lincoln in the Bar-Dough

• Most PUNderful
Adult: Lincoln in the Bar-Dough by Deborah Gardner
Youth: Horton Hears the Who by Annabelle and CJ Kisky

Buckle Fairy Fin

• Most Book-like
Adult: Buckle Fairy Fin by Nancy Malek
Youth: Crazy Rich Asians by Kiana Pham

The Secret Life of Cheese (cake)

• Most Visually Appealing
Adult: Hoppy Endings by Whitney Whitworth
Youth: The Secret Life of Cheese by Eliana Harrick

Wings of Tires

• Judges Choice Award
Wings of Tires by Iris Cook

Happy Endings

• People’s Choice Award
Adult: Hoppy Endings by Whitney Whitworth
Youth: Horton Hears the Who by Annabelle and CJ Kisky

Crazy Rich Asians

We’d like to thank our sponsors, Imperfect Produce and Jack Malek of Windermere, our volunteers, Friends of Third Place Commons, and Third Place Books for donating awesome awards.

Milton, the Honey Savvy Pup Brings Home the Bacon
by Laura Hamilton
 
This year’s judges include Bill, The Chocolate Man, Julie Hiers, Children’s Librarian at Lake Forest Park Library, Susan Jones, local artist/illustrator, and Bobbie Bender, head cake decorator at Honey Bear Bakery. Thank you to our judges!

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.



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