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Atelier Rorona Cookoff Contest entries by NIS America, RPG Land staff

By Heath | September 27, 2010 at 9:55 pm

Many people in emails and Facebook posts have expressed cases of weak-ass dismay at the thought of entering our cookoff contest. Making food is not intimidating; it’s necessary to survival and in this case, can win you a free game if you do so much as take a picture of it. Now, NISA and RPG Land show you exactly how easy it really is. 

NIS America staff sends this entry, “The Mayor of Broccoli Town.” The note included says, “I made it with Brown rice, mayo, broccoli, sweet potato tortilla chips and scoops corn chips, and sprinkle of freshly grinded pepper!”
The broccoli is an imitation of the Mana tree!
Chef: Nao Zook
Dish Title: Steven Carlton (Editor/ Script Writer for Atelier Rorona)

Here’s the RPG Land entry:
I got some chicken and put it in a frying pan. I cooked it in some soy sauce. That’s it. That’s all it took. I cooked! That was not hard. Since soy sauce is “Shouyu” in Japanese, I call this, “I’ll Shouyu Chicken.”
Chef: Heath Hindman

And then, with the help of a camp fire…

I took bread, pizza sauce, mozerella cheese, and lots of pepperoni and stuck ’em in a pie iron (you can see them on the fire above). The result is a delicious “Mountain Pie,” as they’re called where I come from.
Chef: Heath Hindman

See? Making food instead of ordering in from Grizzlebees is easy! So enter the contest!

Topics: Contests, Humor