dnalia (dnalia) wrote in iron_trash,


The participation in the last challenge was pretty low, but I'm going to give it one more try with something that might have a little more appeal.

STEP 1: The Chef posts his dish for The Judges (members of the Iron
Trash Community) to judge. This competition is open to ANYONE who wants
to participate. All you need is at least TWO PICTURES to enter; a
picture of the finished dish and at least one picture of you actually
preparing the dish. You may enter as many dishes as you want (or can
afford/stomach/clean up after).

STEP 2: In the comments of that
dish-post, the judges (any member of the Iron Trash Community) will
leave their judgment. This may include a few short remarks if the Judge
wishes. Each judge may award up to Ten Points in 3 of the following

1. Creativity/Originality

2. Trashiness/Presentation

3. Yum Factor/"I would eat that"

Really, feel free to give the points in any categories you wish as long as you judge the dish on three separate criteria.
Trashiness, Presentation, Creativity... Yum Factor, Originality,
Color... make stuff up if you like! Just don't use the same thing more
than once per vote. DO NOT try to persuade other judges in the comments,

Step 3: At the end of the Competition Period (usually
one week), I'll make a  "Master Post" with links to all the official
entries for the current
battle. This is your last chance, as Judges, to go back and leave points for all the dishes.

next day, I will add-up all the points for each dish, average them,
notify the chefs and post a WINNER post declaring which chef's cuisine
reigned supreme this week!

Day after that (OK, maybe a couple of days to recover), a new challenge is posted.

Final entries should be posted by two weeks from today, by Midnight on the 27th of September (Eastern Time).

And now (drumroll, please) the secret ingredient is....



Any variety you choose, just make sure you've doctored fancied up something to make it trash-tastic!

I'm making this one due in a month, so you'll have something to do with your leftover Halloween candy.

Due November 10th, 2011.

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