Chicken Box 154
12/4/2012 05:52:22 am
A 9! Interesting layout. Good sizing, color and spacing. Look moist.
12/4/2012 06:08:57 am
9. Some are not a fan of thise style, but I'm game.
12/4/2012 06:30:49 am
Looks dry 8
12/4/2012 06:40:42 am
7 Pale little things, is that really chicken? Round chicken? Round burgers sure, but chicken?
12/4/2012 06:41:25 am
Score 6. This chicken (?) has no appeal. I do not like the "formed" pieces. There is no color to the pieces. When I first looked at the picture I though these might be the dinner rolls.
12/4/2012 06:52:34 am
Score 7 - A muffin is a muffin.
Bill cbj kcbs
12/4/2012 06:53:49 am
12/4/2012 07:56:40 am
eight--but that is generous--just doesn't want me to eat it too much
Rob - KCBS CBJ / Comp Cook
12/4/2012 08:01:40 am
7 - I'm sorry, but the muffin pan chicken just does noot look that appetizing to me. It just doesn't look natural. With that great coloring, it would have been a 9 if the pieces looked like normal chicken.
Tom - CBJ w/ KCBS, MBN, NCPC & comp cook
12/4/2012 08:29:04 am
Jim H - CBJ SBN/KCBS
12/4/2012 09:07:28 am
9 - I'm not a fan of muffin pan chicken thighs, but they look like they are well prepared: good color, a bit of a sheen but not shiny with sauce.
12/4/2012 09:31:39 am
Tennis anyone? Pieces are pretty uniform and the color is good....score it an 8.
John - KCBS/MCBJ, CTC, Rep; MBN & MABA Judge
12/4/2012 09:38:09 am
This IS chicken, isn't it? Maybe, but all I have to go on is someone's assertion as to what it is. It could be a deep fried crabcake appetizer for all I know. Oh, but that's taste & tenderness scoring isn't it? I'll give it a 6 for appearance.
12/4/2012 10:52:00 am
9 on this muffin pan chicken good color and not tooucj sauce
Larry - MCBJ
12/4/2012 01:27:15 pm
8 - Muffin chicken...Myron would be upset they all don't look the same.
BlueSmoke KCBS CBJ/COMP COOK
12/5/2012 01:26:33 am
Great color. Light sauce with some shine. Nice arrangement.....9
Doug KCBS Master CBJ & CTC
12/5/2012 03:36:19 am
Chicken balls! Color is uneven and pieces are hard to see because they are sitting down. I'd give this box a 7.
12/5/2012 10:29:13 am
score 6 while these are uniform in size and shape something about the color is off . these look like sooty smoke
Ed KCBS MCBJ
12/6/2012 01:22:14 am
Oh look, a donut hole catagory!!!
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