Thursday, September 20, 2012

Kitchen Queen Contest

YOU could be crowned the Infomaniac Kitchen Queen!
 


Demand here at Infomaniac for a cooking contest/bake-off have been steadily pouring in and it seems that some of you won’t take “no, not right now” for an answer.

It didn’t help that Norma posted this in anticipation of such a competition.

So listen up, Bitches, because here’s what you’re going to do.

Submit your favourite recipe including a photo of the finished product. If you’re really gung-ho, you may send photos of each step of your recipe.

We’re not talking joke recipes. No. We want you to whip up something mouth-watering.

You can COOK something or you can BAKE something or you can prepare something that doesn’t require cooking such as a cocktail, appetizers, salad, etc.

Be sure to proofread your recipe! Make certain that all measurements, temperatures, etc., are correctly documented in your recipe. Some of your fellow Bitches may wish to recreate your recipe in the comfort of their own homes so ACCURACY IS IMPORTANT!

Now go back and re-read these instructions.

DEADLINE: October 31, 2012

PRIZE: To be announced.

Note: Following the deadline, your entries will be posted one at a time during the month of November rather than in one giant post.

33 comments:

  1. Oh lord. Can I just submit a picture of my Smeg... where all the nice goodies go?
    Sx

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    1. Due to the series of unfortunate events in your life recently, Miss Scarlet, the answer is "yes."

      We would love to see your Smeg.

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    2. I also would like to see Miss Scarlet's SMEG.

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    3. Aren't you going to ask, "Did I win yet?"

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  2. W00t! Recipe(s) sent!

    Isn't 'smeg' that cheesy stuff from around the guys.... erm, ... :o/

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    1. THAT was fast, Ute!

      You're really cooking with gas!

      As for the smeg, you'll just have to wait and see.

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    2. BITCHES: Wondering how Ute submitted her recipe(s) so quickly?

      She'd previously posted them on her own blog.

      You can do that too if you wish. OR you can get cracking in the weeks to come, whip something up in your kitchen and take photos.

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    1. Unlike you, not all of us require ear trumpets to hear, Norma.

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    2. was i yelling? oh my, i didn't realize
      there was anyone else on the internet.

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  4. Entry e-mailed!

    Did I win yet?

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  5. I don't cook. “Everything tastes better when cooked by someone else.” ― Marillyn Taylor Klam

    Jx

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    1. JON: Are you the takeaway Queen?

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    2. I married a chef, dear. Mama's not daft... Jx

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    3. JON: I can hear something sizzlin' from here.

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  6. Sweetie, I'll try, but at the moment, we are still unpacking and unpacking...

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    1. COOKIE: Do you have time to create a Cookietini?

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  7. By the way, we had a house Shaker that had THAT Frigidaire, except in pink. It had a match dishwasher and French door ovens. All PINK.

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    1. COOKIE: Mistress MJ covets pink appliances. Turquoise a close second.

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  8. I never cook. Fucks up my weave. Sorry.

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    1. I do not believe you one word. You should be one of the best cookes in the western hemisphere.

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    2. NATIONS: Hand back our tomato recipes then, bitch!

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  9. "ACCURACY IS IMPORTANT!"

    No, it is not. A receipe is a basic "Handlungswanweisung", measures and times etc. are just over the thumb. Cooking - understood as preparing a real good meal - is like making love: There is no receipe like "put that thing in, dong in five times and bonk", "lick this, lick that and there too - et voila!"

    The real good cookes I know (three or four, two earned these stuopid stars) are only interetsed in two things: Cooking and making love. In this order.
    I have no stars but I can cook (except sweets, Torte, Kuchen and such, and I'm unexperienced with fish and seafood and do not want to learn this). So I can only offer a description how things are done and maybe some photographs. I do not believe that someone outside Franconia is willing (and ready) to prepare Klöße - and if so, there is no way to give accurate details, because it all depends on the materials (potatoes that is and their Stärke), on the experience of the cook and of the taste one prefers.
    I can show you, but forget to repeat it.
    Deadlines, who needs them?

    SOmetime in Ocober, when it's time for Kirchweih.
    Until then you need to relay on Ballistol.

    *Mhwah*

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    1. MAGO: Someone needs a Vicodin Valium casserole.

      Mistress MJ DEMANDS accuracy in the recipe submissions. If you wish to recreate any of the recipes AFTER they’re posted, THEN you can improvise in whatever style suits you to make it your own.

      Show us your dumplings.

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  10. I'll try to squeeze in some cooking time in between the times that I spend cooking...

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    1. WALLY: We suspect you’re too busy deep-pit barbecuing at the moment.

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  11. No joke recipes? Well, there goes my recipe and step by step for "whipped cream".

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    1. MADDIE: Can we substitute with shaving cream?

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  12. kabuki has a ridiculous recipe. it is to delicious to believe. One oreo cookie pie crust, one large hershey's chocolate bar, one tub cool whip. Melt chocolate in microwave. Fold melted chocolate into cool whip. Pour into store bought oreo cookie pie shell. refridgerate. It is amazing, and almost completely without nutrional value. kabuki is serious, like a slice of oreo chocolate mousse. you will thank kabuki later.

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    1. kabuki: We know about the rat turds in your kitchen and now fear your Oreo cookie crumbs.

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