The white cake is modified from the best real strawberry cake ever: http://www.jasonandshawnda.com/foodiebride/archives/1088# I just used all milk instead of milk/strawberry. If you make it do the cook down method for sure. You can also sub frozen orange concentrate for orange cake. For the white chocolate frosting I have decided to try ganache. It doesn't look too hard. (famous last words) it is cooling right now. I have read a lot about it online, but this is the main one I am referring to. Why did my son have to pick white chocolate? http://bigbaketheory.com/2012/02/24/ganache-101/ It's just the local fair, nothing big. The arts and crafts building only has 3-5 entries per thing in the baking category usually. The cherry crisp was awesome because that is judged live and there were over 30 entries. The judge even said she didn't like sweet cherries, or different things added into it, but my chocolate cherry crisp (with dark sweet cherries) won! It was crazy. If you have a county fair it's great fun to enter. My fair is $1 entry fee each, or unlimited for $30 and that includes a free pass for the week. I forgot my cookies and fudge also placed. The fudge only had two entries though. My garden club enters as a club so a lot of my flowers placed too. And I actually got second on the challenge arrangement this year. I think I submitted 40 or 50 things total last year (not just baking, but crafts, and flowers, and vegetables, and photos, etc). Many placed, but not all.