Chicken Box 152
Robert - KCBS CBJ/Comp Cook
11/15/2012 01:43:48 am
8 - Looks good, but way too much sauce for me.
Splat KCBS/CBJ FBA/CMBJ
11/15/2012 01:45:40 am
Beautiful box. 9!
11/15/2012 02:12:03 am
WAY too much sauce! Pieces are uniform but would still like to see what the chicken looks like under all that sauce. I would score it a 7, possibly an 8 in person.
BlueSmoke KCBS CBJ/COMP COOK
11/15/2012 02:17:33 am
Nice color and sheen. All matching pieces. May be over sauced..........9
11/15/2012 02:19:34 am
7 Too much sauce, uneven sizes.
11/15/2012 02:23:40 am
Score 8 - Too much sauce makes me wonder if the pieces are fully cooked.
Doug KCBS Master CBJ/CTC
11/15/2012 02:24:04 am
Sauce is uneven and too heavy on the pieces. I'd give this box an 8.
Emily - CBJ/KCBS
11/15/2012 02:26:57 am
9 - a nicely arranged box of chicken, wouldn't mind a piece of that right now! The right middle one looks like it may have a fingerprint, but could just be the lighting, but watch out for that. Also, thanks for including extra pieces for the table captain, turn-in workers, etc.
John - KCBS/MCBJ, CTC, Rep; MBN & MABA Judge
11/15/2012 03:57:33 am
8 - nice looking box but too much sauce.
11/15/2012 07:32:39 am
score 7 , never seen square pieces of chicken, looks ok maybe too much sauce
11/15/2012 08:04:56 am
Score 7. This cook has not realized that we judge meat and the KCBS contests are NOT a sauce contest!
Ed KCBS MCBJ
11/16/2012 12:20:12 am
Very pretty, nice placement. Pain in the ass to remove and eat.
11/16/2012 02:09:34 am
8. Maybe higher in person. Sauce appears too heavy.
11/16/2012 06:36:53 am
Little heavy on the sauce 8
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