Long Wins July Unknown Cook Challenge
The Unknown Cook issued a challenge to members of their prestigious organization. Members were challenged to a cook-off over the July 4th holiday. Any dish that was posted from June 29th to July 6th was entered into the pool to be voted on by group members. With a group as talented as these Unknown Cooks, competition was sure to be stiff. But there could only be one.
The illustrious Leslie Long walked away with top honors as she won a tight competition that is sure to become tougher in next month’s challenge. Competitors were allowed to enter up to 3 dishes to be voted on. Long’s tastefully arranged Fried Tilapia dish was the most appealing to all voters and received the highest possible score.
Long had one other dish that tied for second place in the competition. Kenny Ledgerwood offered up a visually stunning Cajun Baked Walleye which was freshly caught. Out of all dishes that were submitted for the competition, the seafood dishes took the top spots.
For her strong efforts in winning the competition, Long was presented with a certificate of achievement from The Unknown Cook and will also receive a special gift mailed to her. Some members of the group who know Leslie had no idea that her culinary skills were so masterful.
“This is what makes us Unknown Cooks”, says d. Christopher Spears, one of the founding members of the group. “Someone, somewhere is cooking in their kitchens everyday and have no where to showcase their food composition skills. This group is designed to give members that platform to be that chef or gourmet cook they want to be on their own terms”, says Spears.
The Unknown Cook is a social food group that is on the move and will have plenty to share with everyone in the future. If you are an amateur cook and want to display your culinary excellence, visit the cook’s Facebook Group and request entry. You will love the atmosphere.
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