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Round Ten– (Aug 30th-Sep 5th)
-You MUST timestamp your entry photo. No timestamp, no vote. You only have to timestamp your completed dish photo, not multiple photos if you’re posting a set.
-The more photos you post, the better! We want to see your cooking. Detailing the cooking process/posting a recipe is encouraged (but not mandatory).
-If you are not one of the 11 contestants remaining, or have been eliminated already, don’t look at that as a reason to stop posting. You can still do challenges and post your meals, just be sure to remember to say that your submission is “Not for vote” or “For consideration only.”
-Elimination Rounds carry penalties and/or bonuses. Bonuses will apply to the top contestant or contestants for that round, and will usually involve some kind of perk or benefit for the next challenge. Penalties are for the bottom five contestants of any E-Round, and are meant to make the following challenge more difficult.
Voting will be carried out in this thread. Please read the voting guidelines below.
Voting follows an 'Iron Chef' 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 any 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)
Copypasta Scoring Format for Lazymodo
Challenge Goals: /5
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What kind of pizza do you like?
Italians have Neapolitan pizza that made according to specific recipes. Their dough, mozzarella, oregano and basils are very delicious, and these make Italian pizzas very tasty. Baking the pizza in stone oven, increases the taste of both the dough and the meat.
Americans love their pizza big. How much big the pizza is, the taste is that amount good. They make the dough very thick, and put lots of cheese on it. Chicago style deep dish pizza is famous, but you can not find it in every country that easily. Pan pizza is more available, thanks to Pizza Hut and their chain restaurants.
Swedish people use thin dough, almost like Italians. But they mostly prefer unsliced ingredients to put on top of the pizza. Pizzas can come with whole olive, half of tomato, one huge layer of döner (they call it kebab), and potato fries.
Although Turkish people are good in pastries, and close to Europe, they learned pizza from America. Pizza for most people is just a junk food; a bread dough, and sausage, salami, fresh corn, green olive, black olive, green pepper, red pepper, mushroom on top of it. In Turkey, people call their lahmacun and pide as "Turkish pizza", however lahmacun is more like a Mexican taco. Pide is like an opened calzone pizza, and with chunked meat (ku?ba??), cheese and mushroom, it tastes like a calzone pizza.
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All my niggas who be cheffin', get in here!
>Kitchen you work in
>Chef position (exec, sous chef, line cook, etc)
>Specialty (favorite types of meat, sauces, sides that you make)
>4 star hotel kitchen, we have a restaurant and do banquets for up to 1200 person functions
>banquet sous chef/head line cook
>no culinary degree
>I specialize in rouxs, stews, and seafood dishes. also sushi
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What food gives you the farts, /ck/
Pic related. Italian sausages, or really any spicy and greasy sausages, will have me blowing ass all night.
Considering my ancestry is Italian, German, and eastern European, that's kinda counter-intuitive.