Good Eating magazine recently held a national contest for the best chocolate chip cookie recipe. After judging the contest, the magazine's editors published the five best recipes. Each of the recipes was submitted by a person living in a different state, each of whom used a different type of nut and a different secret ingredient. For each of the five top-ranked recipes, use the above information, along with the clues provided, to determine the full name of its creator and the type of nut and secret ingredient he or she used (one recipe called for grape juice).
1. The recipe from Hawaii calls for macadamia nuts.
2. The recipe whose secret ingredient was maple syrup was sent in from Vermont.
3. The five winners are, in some order: Beth, Buchanan, Scholer, the person from Alabama, and the person whose secret ingredient is raspberry jam.
4. Sophie's recipe ranked lower than the recipe calling for walnuts and higher than the recipe sent from Missouri.
5. Armstrong's cookies took fifth place.
6. Keith's recipe doesn't call for Brazil nuts.
7. The recipe whose secret ingredient is coconut milk (which isn't Beth's recipe) doesn't call for hazelnuts or walnuts.
8. Buchanan's recipe (which didn't rank third) calls for either Brazil nuts or filberts.
9. The recipe whose secret ingredient is apple butter (which didn't rank first) wasn't sent in by Armstrong.
10. Vera (who isn't Myerson) isn't from Oregon.
11. The recipe calling for hazelnuts ranked at least three places higher than O'Toole's recipe.
12. Rob's recipe didn't rank second.