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Old 04-11-2013, 04:42 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by ckelly View Post
IMHO, high remarks need not be commented on.
Anybody who's cooked in a comp more than once in his life should have a timeline, recipes or otherwise have documentation on what he did. If he does well, he'll know exactly what he did to acheive that.

If an entry is marked down? Absolutely be prepared to justify your lower score.
Don't agree. I have seen a lot of posts where people have said they turned in what they thought was average at best, but yet received a great score.

As for low or marked down scores, yes, anything of a 5 or lower needs to have a comment card.


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