Sunday, September 28, 2008

Swoosh Off


This is a good old fashioned swoosh, whatever that means. So John and I have swooshed red pepper coulis on two different plates and we'd like you, the people to vote. Which plate is more pleasing aesthetically. Forget Iron Chef, this means so much more. So please vote no matter who or where you are. For those of you who do know us personally please leave a name so we can poll the jury so to say.

Picture A:


Picture B
TO VOTE CLICK ON COMMENTS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SCREEN. YOU DO NOT NEED TO HAVE A BLOGGER ACCOUNT JUST CLICK ANONYMOUS AFTER YOU TYPE YOUR VOTE.
We will check the status in a couple of days. Please vote in the comments section, and Good Luck John your going to need it.

Coming soon: Dueling Specials.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let me be the first to vote............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................After holding my finger on the period key for way to long, I vote for picture A.

Todd

Anonymous said...

a-dare

Anonymous said...

b-leigh

Anonymous said...

a-sarah :)

Anonymous said...

b-david

Anonymous said...

A - Bill @ WFS

poopypants said...

b

Anonymous said...

no doubt, B - Doc Alberto

Anonymous said...

a - dr. carol kennedy

Anonymous said...

a - though both are lovely, Cv

Anonymous said...

a-tanya

Anonymous said...

b - Bob

Anonymous said...

b-bob

The Wedding Planner said...

i like the first - more delicate and calligraphic

Nina Timm said...

I say B

Nina

www.my-easy-cooking.com

Anonymous said...

i say A

Anonymous said...

They're both good, but neither is perfect. One is too dainty and leaves the eye feeling unsatisfied; it seems like it would only distract the eye from the main item on the dish like a bug in your peripheral vision or something. The other one though, it's too much, it's overwhelmingly bold and would also distract from the plate's focal point. I'd aim for somewhere in between the two.