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Taste, Presentation and Creativity [Chopped]
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Chopped is a television show on the Food Network that began airing in 2009. Hosted by Ted Allen, three judges critique the meals of four chefs as they battle to win $10,000. They're given access to a pantry filled with almost anything you could possibly need to cook a successful meal. The catch? They MUST use the MYSTERY ingredients given to them in a basket before time runs out in each round. Also, and I cannot stress this enough: PUT SOMETHING ON THE #%##@$! PLATE.
Likes to get in people's way as they cook to ask them questions about what they're cooking.
Judges (the ones more commonly seen anyways)
Specializes in Italian cooking (pasta is really all he talks about). Do not put raw onions in his meals. However, he's kind of a douche so do it anyways.
Does not like excuses. Save your bullshit excuses for someone who won't glare at you while she eats your meal.
Established in this thread: Bit of a cry baby
Always complains about something
Very sensitive to spicy things. Kind of pompous.
Pretty fair judge.
Pretty nice and fair. Doesn't like excuses either.
Aarón Sánchez (pronounced Air-rone or Ar-rone; take your pick)
Possibly the sexiest judge. Really, just say his name. Let the hotness wash over you.
While this thread is mostly about Chopped! Don't be afraid to post things about other Food Network shows like Iron Chef or anything else. I can always change the OP/Title.
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