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Iron Chef Challenge: Watermelon, Chocolate and Eggs

As iron sharpens iron,
so one person sharpens another.
(Proverbs 27:17 NIV)
In the tradition of the Iron Chef show, we participated in our own version today at Ant Kamp. The competitors were challenged to make a meal using watermelon, chocolate and eggs. They were judged by the reigning Rohlf “Iron Chef,” Ant Kel and a wee girl.
The Ingredients
The winner presented us with a watermelon-chocolate mint cookie ‘smore sided with a fried egg and a spring of lemon thyme.
The Winner!
Other dishes included melon balls drizzled with milk chocolate sauce, boiled egg garnished with pureed watermelon, pureed watermelon-mint beverage, fried chicken and scrambled eggs. Two chocolaty deserts vied for the judges’ points: mint chocolate cookies drizzled with marshmallow sauce and chocolate dipped banana bites with a little “kick” of cayenne pepper in the dip.
The Process

The End Result

What would you make with watermelon, chocolate and eggs?

5 responses to “Iron Chef Challenge: Watermelon, Chocolate and Eggs”

  1. Wow – so creative….I was…stumped….when I read the ingredients. Looks yummy!

  2. What impressed me is that they each came up with their own ideas of what to make…all I did was help them with some of the cooking steps and of course got to taste and eat the food!

  3. Kel, your creativity in life and art shows up in food, too. What a gift! (And I have no idea what to make with these ingredients. I would, however, enjoy eating what your nieces and nephews made.)

  4. Jody- I love living the creative life! the kids amazed me with their creativity!

  5. hay nice blog i like your bloge and blog cunten

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About Me

Hi! My name is Kel Rohlf. I am an intuitive mixed-media artist, creative writer and performer. Life is a performance. I often attend.


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