yet another idea -- a competition to make a hacky thing that performs some cooking task, like "cook one egg" or "decorate a cupcake".
On 10/28/10 13:18, Jeff Kramer wrote:
Well, ok. I think we have two divergent things: 1) A fully kitted Iron Chef competition with celeb judges. 2) A small event where creativity in the face of privation rules 1 is awesome - I would love to participate (and would need to practice). 2 I think speaks to the heart of the hacker: food, but food done with a make-do creativity. Thoughts? Jeff Sent from my iPhone On Oct 28, 2010, at 12:47 PM, Chris Teodorski <chris.teodorski@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:I do recall someone recently saying that they wouldn't even consider drinking the water that comes out of the sink.... I think the idea is great, but the shop may not be the place to hold it. On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 12:35 PM, Ed Paradis <legomaniac@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Once the slop sink was mentioned, this was my first thought. Unless we sort of go for a 'Junkyard Wars' sort of idea, I think it'd be a hard sell for anyone to want to cook in there competitively. Also what about the general public showing up and wanting to eat anything cooked in there? A hard sell, I think. On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 11:59 AM, Mandy <steelgreypittsburgh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Also - just putting this into the world - but while we're okay cooking in the shop... is that going to skeeve out an actual set of chefs?
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