In the Stars’ Shoes: What’s You In a Jar?

by in Behind the Scenes, July 16, 2010
Brad Sorenson's Three-Onion Cherry Jam
Brad Sorenson's camera challenge effort: Onion Cherry Jam

During this week's camera challenge, Susie asked the finalists to create a food that was "you in a jar." Some finalists had more success than others cramming themselves into said jar. Brad's 3-Onion Cherry Jam shined at the judges' table, but he forgot to flash his million-dollar smile for the Venice Beach crowd. Meanwhile, Tom made the audience crave his Citrus Marmalade (even on yuck-factor foods like brussels sprouts and chicken livers) but the taste made Bob shudder, "He made me want to buy 12 jars…but I would have returned them all." And poor Serena! Before her big comeback, the granddaughter of the "patron saint of marinara sauce" botched her bottled Amatriciana sauce and gave a nerve-filled presentation.

The moral of the story: It's easier said than done. So, what would you make? Would your jar be butter-filled like Paula's, as spicy as Bobby's or totally off the map?

TELL US: What's you, in a jar?

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