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Every day before work I stop by the gas station to fill up my 52 oz (1.53 L) Bubba keg with Coke. It's a godsend because it keeps my drink ice cold all day long and it only costs 70 cents to fill up. Yes, I drink 52 oz of Coke per day, just deal with it.
But I've gone through three of them now. Dishwashers make them puff up and explode and because of the plastic construction they eventually get grimy and disgusting.
Is there a higher-quality, better insulated, hopefully stainless steel alternative to the plastic insulated drinking mug? It has to have a small aperture so I can insert a straw and sip on it all day, also be massive capacity and have a handle.
Round 6 - April 8th - April 14th
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6th Round of the 2015 Challenge!
This round is an elimination round.
We had quite a few people not posting last round yes again, but two people really have to go this round. We must now say good-bye to ngi_eggy !9DucdCUCZ and chapta. Thank you for playing and don't hesitate to post along for the fun of it during the rest of the challenge!
Here's the list of those who made the top 13!
low standards !4wNmU.Xhok
Regular rules (timestamps and identifiers) still apply.
Please read the voting guidelines below. This round will go until April 7th.
Voting follows an 'Iron Chef' style scoring system. This means you, the people of /ck/, will judge each entry individually instead of deciding on what you feel is the "best" dish.
Dishes are scored out of a total 20 points, based on 4 categories (worth a maximum of 5 points each); Presentation, Originality, Appeal and Challenge Goals. You may award 0's if you feel the contestant did not meet your expectations for a category.
-Presentation: The appearance of items on the plate; plating skills
-Originality: Creativity in composing the dish
-Appeal: How appetizing the food looks/whether or not the dish appeals to your personal taste as a voter
-Challenge Goals: How closely the entry followed the challenge goal(s)
The distinction between Presentation and Appeal: If someone submits an artfully arranged but burnt steak as an entry, it may score high in Presentation but low in Appeal.