/ck/ challenge - Round 7 (April 20th - April 26th)
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7th round of the 5th Annual /ck/ Top Master Iron Chef Ultimate Nightmare Kitchen Survivor Challenge!
This is the first of the elimation rounds! If you are not part of the contestants still in the running, feel free to post along, however I will not be tallying the scores. But the more entries the better!
Here's the list of those who made the top 10!
-Please timestamp your submission! Detailing the cooking process/posting a vertical is encouraged but not required. If posting multiple photos, you don't need to timestamp each one, as long as the final submission photo is timestamped.
-You MUST use a unique identifier; if you don't want to use a tripcode, you must have some other way to distinguish yourself from the other contestants, such as a cute bird or scary statue in your timestamped entry, as long as it's clearly visible and you use it consistently.
Voting will be carried out in this thread. Please read the voting guidelines below.
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It's a well known fact that cast iron has such shit thermal properties that the best pans use it for handles. It happens to be cheap as well, which is why the worst pans use it for the pan itself.
Cooking with a cast iron pan is basically like using cut up plastic grocery bags for clothes. The pity people feel for you is outweighed by their revulsion. As if they might catch some kind of disease from getting too close. That disease is obesity, which is understandable because the only foods cast iron doesn't fuck up beyond belief are the simplest foods that can't be fucked up unless you try: hamburgers, bacon, quickbreads, and steak.
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Jesus christ why are Food Laws so fucking dumb?
>Long story short, a while ago I was in a bad spot. Lonely, no friends at all, hated life and felt I had nothing to live for. Had self esteem issues as well and felt like a fat fuck.
>Just about the only thing I took pride in was food and my cooking.
>One afternoon I made too much food, and due to having self esteem issues I couldn't bring myself to eat it all, and I couldn't save it for later because there was no space in the fridge and it wouldn't really keep until the following day.
>Ended up deciding to put the leftovers in an empty ice cream tub and give it to one of the homeless people I saw earlier that day on the way back from uni.
>Being the awkward autist I'm pretty sure I walked up, dropped the box at his feet and ran away without saying a word.
>Saw him a few days later. For the first time in a long time there was someone who was actually happy to see me.
>Who talked to me.
>And I actually felt happy for a change.
>A few days later when I was grocery shopping I bought a little extra and then the next day I take the time to cook that little bit more and box it up.
>Go out and walk across town, giving the homeless on the streets a nice warm meal.
>Was back in mid february so it was still somewhat cold, and they were all really thankful for something to warm them up.
>Over time get somewhat friendly with a few of the homeless people. Really were generally nice people, who often just fell on hard times.
>I had a reason to get up in the morning.
>I had people to talk to.
>I was happy.
>Unfortunately, as some of you may have realised, what I was doing was illegal. I was operating without being held to any standards, which is a no no, even for non profit organisations or charities.
>Get pulled up by a Police Officer earlier today and arrested.
>Fined and warned.
>If I'm caught again, I will be prosecuted and likely face jail time.
Fucking kill me.