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Get ready to cook-off at Hangar 25 Air Museum.
The Flightline Cookbook Cook-off has been rescheduled for Memorial Day. Each entry must be a dish from the â€śCooking with Hangar 25â€ť cookbook.
â€śThis is a great way to promote our cookbook and participate in the community,â€ť Genevieve Stockburger, museum administrator, said.
This will be the first time a cook-off has been held at the hangar, but Stockburger said she feels it is something fun, entertaining and beneficial to the community and the museum.
â€śStaying involved in the community is important to us,â€ť she said. â€śThis is a way we can do it while having fun and it is beneficial at the same time.â€ť
Those interested in cooking can register at the museum or online. Registration is $7 and must be completed by May 23.
â€śFor those cooking we ask that they be at the Hangar earlier, but more information, including the cooking and judging times, will be received when they register,â€ť Stockburger said.
Entrants will be assigned an area and will be able to decorate their area as they wish. Sampling materials and a label with their name and the name of their dish will be provided.
There will also be time for those wanting to sample the dishes and see just what the cookbook has to offer. For $3, those attending can sample each of the entries. For children under the age of 12 who want to sample, the cost is $1.
Prizes will be awarded for the first through third place winners. Each of the dishes submitted must come from the â€śHome Cooking with Hangar 25â€ť cookbook. An added bonus, the winners will be chosen by those in attendance.
â€śThis is a family oriented event and we encourage everyone to come out to the Hangar that day,â€ť Stockburger said.
For more information or to register, call the Hangar at 264-1999 or visit the website at www.hangar25airmuseum.com.