Jews' Next Dor

Congregation Beth David's Young Adult Group for Jewish 20 & 30 Somethings

Jews’ Next Dor 2008 Apples and Honey Cookoff Entry Rules

Posted by challahbackgirl on August 21, 2008

Our Matzah Cookoff was such a success this year, we’re bringing you another great holiday cookoff opportunity to show off your culinary talents. Enter our first ever Apple and Honey Cookoff to be held on Sunday, September 14, 3:30pm at a Private home in San Jose (you know the drill, RSVP for the address, directions and parking tips to jewsnextdor[at]gmail.com). Please note our host has a mild manored dog. Besure to the read the following carefully, to be sure your dish qualifies for judging. We’ve step up the qualifications for this Cookoff. We might not be awarding medals, but no competition would be complete without prizes, but you must enter to win. Oh course, you’re welcome to come wish your fellow Jews’ Next Dor (Jewish 20 and 30 somethings) a sweet new year, with out entering a dish, but please bring drinks (doesn’t have to be apple and honey theme).

Apples and Honey Cookoff

Sunday, September 14, 2008

3:30pm
Private home near downtown San Jose

Contact: jewsnextdor[at]gmail.com

Offical Cookoff Rules, Regulations and Judging Criteria

Who is Eligible?

  • Any Jewish 20 or 30 something
  • You and dish must be present on September 14, starting at 3:30pm at a private home in San Jose to win.

Food Entry Requirements?

  • Dish must feature either apples or honey or both.
  • Dish must be parve or dairy
  • Dish must be at least 50% homemade.
  • All items should be prepared in advanced, and brought cook ready to serve. Plating is allowed at the cookoff. Note: only standard paper goods will be provided.
  • All dishes will be consumed by participants and event attendees after judging
  • Recipes for entries must be submitted to jewsnextdor[at]gmail.com by Friday, September 12 at Noon. (Recipes will be also be included on the recipe exchange on our website). A recipe must be submitted for all entries, or it will not be judged.
  • All dishes to be judged must be there within 15 minutes of the start time. Dishes to arrive late will not be judged, but may be consumed after all judging is completed.
  • Please provide enough of your dish that all event participates can have a portion.
  • If your dish contains nuts please clearly label it.
  • Name your entries

The Judging:

  • There will be two categories. Sweet and Savory.
    • Entrants must decide which category to enter their dish in upon arrival.
    • Each dish can only be judged in one category
    • A first prize will be awarded for each category
    • Each entrant can enter up to 3 dishes total across both categories.
    • Entrants do not need to enter both categories.
  • All judging will take place on Sunday, September 14.
  • Each dish will be judged on originality (25%), presentation (25%) and flavor (50%).
  • Everyone present will get to judge all entries, other then their own.
  • All entries will be served by a Jews’ Next Dor representative.
  • Judging will be done on a point system, the dish with the most votes in each category gets first place.
  • Points will be deducted if Apples and Honey are not the center piece of the dish.
  • Points will be tallied by a Jews’ Next Dor representative.
  • Chef of winning dishes will be awarded prizes.

P.S. CBD offers free High Holiday tickets for college students, military personnel, and those ages 19-33!
You just have to ask. Call the CBD office 408-257-3333 or stop by during regular office hours.

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