Tinapay Natin Pinoy Bread Baking Competition

Monday, August 01, 2016 jeffrey siy 0 Comments

Do you have a special bread recipe with a fascinating story you wanted to tell? Share it in the Tinapay Natin Pinoy Bread Baking Competition. Form a team of 2 members and enter one (1) regional bread and one (1) modern bread. Fill out the official entry form online, upload the photos of the breads and answer the bread story questions. Entries with the most compelling bread story and recipes will be chosen to participate in the Elimination round. There, you will be assigned ovens and work stations at the designated venue. You will be given five (5) hours to prepare your breads and a maximum of two (2) minutes to pitch your bread story. If you get shortlisted, you will compete in the Grand Finals wherein you will need to bake one (1) more bread, either a regional or a modern bread, in addition to the two breads entered in the Eliminations. Only one (1) team will take home the Grand Prize of P50,000 cash + trophy + medal. Aside from that, one of your bread entries will be sold and distributed at MCB outlets for a probationary period of forty-five (45) days. Max's Corner Bakery will also name your highest scoring bread as Pinoy Bread of the Year. Moreover, your team will get to choose a public school from your region that will be granted a feeding program funded by a part of the sales generated by the new #TinapayNatin. How cool is that! For the winners in the Elimination rounds, each team will receive P10,000 worth of gift certificates from Max's Restaurant and a chance to an exclusive training from Pilmico Research and Training Bakery.

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Contest Requirements:
  • Teams of two students each, aged 18-35 years old
  • Currently enrolled full-time in an academic institution as of August 12, 2016
Contest Mechanics:
  1. Competition Stages:
    • Submission of entries
      • Each team must enter one (1) regional bread and one (1) modern bread. These could be two breads of the same type (e.g. regional bread: Ensaymada from Central Luzon / modern bread: Ensaymada with Cocoa Cream Filling), or two completely different bread variants that adhere to the definitions (e.g. regional bread: Elorde from Cebu / modern Bread: Raisin Monay), both of which must use only a maximum of ten (10) ingredients indicated in the pantry list
        • Regional bread - associated with a region or a place within a region in the Philippines
        • Modern bread - inspired by any local bread but is given a modern twist, whether in terms of baking style, preparation, ingredients used, or flavors harnessed
      • Log on to and like Tinapay Natin Pinoy Bread Baking Competition Facebook Fanpage and fill out the official entry form
    • Screening
      • The bread story must answer the following questions:
        • Regional Bread
          • What is the historical significance of the bread?
          • How is it a reflection of the region’s people and culture?
          • What story or aspect of your chosen region do you wish to surface through the bread?
          • Ingredients indicated in the pantry list must follow the metric system (grams
          • Procedure
        • Modern Bread
          • What traditional Filipino bread inspired this entry?
          • What is the historical significance of the bread?
          • What aspects of this entry were retained from the bread that inspired it?
          • Modern Twist - What changes did you make with this entry to make it suitable to modern tastes?
          • Story - What inspired you to create this bread?
          • Ingredients indicated in the pantry list must follow the metric system (grams
          • Procedure
      • Entries will be pre-judged based on the "bread story", photos (taken from 3 different angles: front angle, side angle, flat lay angle), regional association, regional relevance, ingredients used, and baking procedure
      • Entries with the most compelling bread story and recipes will be chosen to participate in the competition. A maximum of 12 teams will compete per elimination round
      • Teams that have qualified for the eliminations in the assigned venue will be announced on Tinapay Natin Pinoy Bread Baking Competition FB page and instagram.com/tinapaynatin . You will also be notified via calls from the organizer during the announcement date. You must confirm your participation via tinapaynatinph@gmail.com
      • You may modify the individual quantities of your ingredient, but are not allowed to add new items to the list you submitted. You can submit improvements to your recipe by sending your final ingredients list via email to tinapaynatinph@gmail.com with the subject: School_MemberSurnames_FinalList
    • Elimination
      • You will be assigned ovens and work stations at the venue. However, you will need to bring your own baking tools and plating materials
      • You will be given five (5) hours to prepare your breads. Afterwards, you will be given a maximum of two (2) minutes to pitch your bread story
      • One (1) winning team from each elimination round will be chosen to compete in the Grand Finals
      • Grand finalists will be provided Pilmico flour and your indicated ingredients beforehand to practice making your bread
    • Grand Finals
      • You may modify the quantities of your ingredients and submit improved recipes ten (10) days after the elimination rounds
      • In addition to the two breads entered in the eliminations, you will need to bake one (1) more bread: either a regional or a modern bread
      • Preparation rules from the eliminations rounds will still apply
      • You will be given six (6) hours to prepare all three breads based on the production grid. You will be given a total of two (2) minutes to pitch your entries to the judges
  2. After the competition, Pilmico and MCB shall reserve the ownership and the rights to use the recipes of all bread entries that competed in the grand finals
  3. The winning recipe will be subject to modification by the MCB Technical Research & Development team for selling purposes. You bread story, meanwhile, will be published via in-store collaterals and media features
  4. View complete contest mechanics
Contest Period: Deadline for submission of entries until August 12, 2016
  • Elimination Round
    • September 9, 2016, 8AM-5PM - Northern Luzon: STI College-Bulacan (MacArthur Highway, Brgy. Dakila, Malolos Bulacan)
    • September 16, 2016, 8AM-5PM - Southern Luzon: Lyceum of the Philippines-Batangas (Capitol Site, Batangas City)
    • September 23, 2016, 8AM-5PM - VisMin: St. Therese College- Iloilo City (M.H. del Pilar St., Molo, Iloilo City)
    • August 19, 2016 - Announcement of teams that have qualified for the eliminations in their assigned venue
    • August 22, 2016 - Last day of confirmation of participation
    • August 26, 2016 - Last day of submission of your final ingredients
  • Deadline of submission for improved recipes/modification of the quantities of your ingredients
    • September 19, 2016 - Bulacan elimination round winner
    • September 26, 2016 - Batangas elimination round winner
    • October 03, 2016 - Iloilo elimination round winner
  • Grand Finals
    • October 13, 2016, 9AM-3PM - Treston International College, University Parkway District, 32nd Street corner C-5 Road, Bonifacio Global City
Contest Prize:
  • Grand Prize - One (1) winner of:
    • P50,000 CASH
    • Trophy
    • Medal
    • Your team will get to choose a public school from your region that will be granted a feeding program funded by a part of the sales generated by the new #TinapayNatin
    • Your team's highest scoring bread will be named as Pinoy Bread of the Year to be carried by Max's Corner Bakery
    • At least one of your bread entries will be sold and distributed at MCB outlets for a probationary period of forty-five (45) days
  • Elimination Round Prize - The winning team from EACH of the elimination rounds will receive:
    • P10,000 worth of gift certificates from Max's Restaurant
    • Exclusive training from Pilmico Research and Training Bakery
  • All participating teams
    • Certificate of Participation
Upside
  • Online submission
  • Bragging rights
  • CASH prize!
  • Your team will get to choose a public school from your region that will be granted a feeding program funded
  • At least one of your bread entries will be sold and distributed at MCB outlets for a probationary period of forty-five (45) days
Downside
  • You will need to bring your own baking tools and plating materials in the Elimination
  • Pilmico and MCB shall reserve the ownership and the rights to use the recipes of all bread entries that competed in the grand finals
For more info, log on to facebook.com/TinapayNatin