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An English grandmother named Jenny Brown entered her town's cake-baking contest with a Victorian Sponge, quickly gobbled up and awarded second prize. Thing is, she was the only one to enter the contest. Judges took off points because the cake had marks from the oven rack. Brown says she was not annoyed and recalled a previous cooking contest where she was also the only entrant. That time her fruit scones came in third.
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