You know what my first assignment was?
DOUBLE CHOCOLATE BROWNIE BITES! Do they know their taste-tester or WHAT?! So the way the REAL taste test worked was simple: I was to sample the three cookies, in order, and separated by sips of water and fill out an on-line survey while I completed the test. It was an easy and delicious assignment, and I was happy to do my part. Really happy. So happy, in fact, that if anyone else has some double chocolate brownie bites for me to taste, I suppose I would be willing to help out again.
So after the taste test, I started thinking......here I have ALL these delicious treats sitting in my pantry. Delicious treats that just so happen to be perfectly safe for my food allergic kiddo.....should I be a good sharer and let Evan play, too? Of course I should. So I set up a Taste Test Challenge for him and two of his cousins. Unfortunately, Evan decided to throw a tantrum and refuse dinner the night of the Challenge, so he had to sit it out. BUT, the next night....he was a happy little guy, so the Taste Test Challenge resumed.
The materials (testing plate and ballot):
Evan was more than happy to help out.
The Taste Test Challenge Begins with a bite of Cookie #1:
Each bite was carefully considered.
The ballot was filled out.
It was a tough job, but someone had to do it. Enjoy Life Foods, thanks for letting us play!