Rubric Recap: Tommy’s and Richie’s

10 06 2009

My reviews of Tommy’s and Richie’s breakfast sandwiches need scoring since I started using my rubric:

Tommy’s
Overall appearance: 7
Meat: 8
Egg (quality, quantity, and tuckage): 3
Greasiness: 5
Cheese (quality and quantity): 5
Condiments (quality and quantity.): 6
Carbohydrate Delivery System (credit: Matt Palmer): 2
Price: 4
Accuracy of order: 8
Overall taste: 5
Total score: 53

Richie’s
Overall appearance: 7
Meat: 6
Egg (quality, quantity, and tuckage): 9
Greasiness: 5
Cheese (quality and quantity): 8
Condiments (quality and quantity): 5
Carbohydrate Delivery System (credit: Matt Palmer): 5
Price: 6
Accuracy of order: 10
Overall taste: 6
Total score: 67

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Revised Breakfast Sandwich Rubric

5 06 2009

After receiving some feedback to my original Breakfast Sandwich Rubric, I have revised it and will use it to judge my Search for the Best Breakfast Sandwich, or “SBBS,” in North Philadelphia this summer.
And I repeat: I am taking this extremely seriously. Maybe almost too seriously.

Each category gets 1 to 10 points with 1 being the weakest and 10 being the strongest. 100 is a perfect score, obviously.

Categories:

Overall appearance

Meat (anything and everything about the meat. I will be getting some form of meat on every sandwich I try and therefore it deserves its own category.)

Egg (quality, quantity, and tuckage)

Greasiness

Cheese (quality and quantity)

Condiments (quality and quantity.)

Carbohydrate Delivery System (credit: Matt Palmer)

Price

Accuracy of order

Overall taste





Breakfast Sandwich Rubric

2 06 2009

To successfully find the best breakfast sandwich in North Philadelphia this summer, I decided that I needed a standard grading rubric to be fair.  It was very difficult to establish this set of guidelines and I had a lot of help and input.  It’s not flawless so before I eat my next sandwich this week, please give feedback and comments so I can make changes if necessary.  As you can see, I am taking this extremely seriously.  Maybe almost too seriously.

Each category gets 1 to 10 points with 1 being the weakest and 10 being the strongest. 100 is a perfect score, obviously.

Overall appearance

Size

Egg (quality and quantity)

Egg tuckage

Cheese (quality and quantity)

Condiments (quality and quantity. This category includes meat if necessary.)

Bread

Charisma of staff

Accuracy of order

Overall taste

Here is a photo of my most recent selection, to jog your thoughts: