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PostSubject: Zero Scoville Units   Wed Mar 19, 2014 7:55 pm

[Takes place Week 3, Wednesday]

"Hi! Welcome to Scoville's~!"

Nestled in a long stretch of restaurants in the heart of Vale, a rather niche restaurant had popped up for those who didn't fear a burn. Named after the unit of measurement to scientifically gauge the spiciness of peppers, Scoville's was famous for their array of spicy cuisine-- from their famous hot sauces, to various curry's and rubs, the restaurant had placed themselves on the map for 'Spiciest Food in Vale' three years running. Their unique menu also contained a lot of easier-to-manage options for visitors like chicken wings, and buffalo-sauce covered sandwiches... and some far stretching options like wasabi-fused ice cream, or the even more unique candied Jalapenos.

Matt would pull back from the menu a little bit at sight of the other two options-- wasabi-fused ice cream didn't sound that appetizing on paper... but he had to give the chef some props for the attempt.

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On a slow afternoon, the kitchen had already been bustling for the lunch crowd, a chef walking up to the front window to remove the 'Now Hiring' sign as they opened up for the day. Turning back toward his duties as head chef, he'd move past the various meal prep rituals happening to attend a more pressing matter: two new cooks to train. Yes, with business on the rise, the kitchen needed to expand. Such a perfect spot Vale was to find cooks, especially with...

"Zou, you two are from Bee-con, yes?"

The head chef had begun rolling up the hiring sign, leaving the two of them to look over the menu a bit as his French-accent cut through the silence between them. A friendly smile was given to his two new trainees, already having them dress the part in white chef coats and following mandatory kitchen requirements. Before giving either of them a chance to speak up, the ecstatic voice would clap the rolled sign in his empty hand with a soft 'thud' before holding his arms out.

"I love ze Bee-con students! Zuch passion... hard work, yes?" His hands would come back out and shake in the thrill of having two possible apprentices, laughing to himself as he stepped away a moment to put the sign away.

Matt's glance would shift, an eyebrow raising momentarily as he tracked the figure out of the room briefly before peeking over at the other hire. He wasn't quite sure how he got this position in the first place, considering he only wanted to be a server... but bills were bills. Before he could have his mind wander, reappearing stage left was the head chef again, a basket full of ground red meat and green Bell peppers in his hands as he placed it on their station with a rather loud 'Bang' that made Matt flinch.

"I em zou sorroui, but meal plan iz rather... toight shift today. I had plan on ze training, but... I muz help my colleagues."

A frown would come from the man in apology, rubbing hands together. "But! I had ze idea... and you two will help! Inside ze basket is the ingredients used to make ze Stuffed Bell Peppers on our menu... You may each use zem to make pepper, and then zample each others dish to make sure eet iz... zpicy enough!" He'd nod, looking at each of their expressions with a soft "Yes? Yes?"

Without waiting for them to speak, the head chef would point out, "Ze backroom has all the utenzilz and rangez you need... And zhould you need more, zorage ez to ze back!" Pointing behind them, he'd nod smiling at the two before excusing himself. "I will check on you in ze moment!"

Lifting his hand to ask the chef a question, Matt choked on his words as the French-accented chef disappeared. He'd pause a moment in disbelief at the circumstances right now-- a head chef leaving two Beacon students alone in the kitchen... Surely, nothing crazy could happen. Letting his arm fall back to his side, he'd place his hands at his hips as he looked over the ingredients provided. "So," he'd sigh a moment to himself, having no clue what had been said in the flurry of accented demands before turning to the Faunus next to him, "he... wants us to cook?"


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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Wed Mar 19, 2014 8:23 pm

Gwyn smiled at the chef, listening to every word he said intently and nodding every now and again to signal that she was actually paying attention. Occasionally she'd steal a side glance at the other cook before she quickly looked away, her cheeks turning a little pink from her timidness. When the basket was left with all the ingredients and the man left, her smile immediately left her face and was replaced with a nervous look. She averted her eyes, looking off to the side at the stoves and whatnot that were to her left, finding entertainment there before looking back down at the ingredients. Spicy things were something she was good with, lucky for her, so maybe this wouldn't be as bad.

Then again she had to communicated and work with a total stranger so it was indeed that bad.

"Y-Yeah, I think so." she said, stuttering as she fidgeted nervously in place a bit. She didn't want to talk to or work with this person at all. Not that she didn't like him, she just really didn't like strangers. She really really did not like strangers.
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:00 pm

Matt couldn't help but bring his eyes up to those rabbit ears, nervously glancing away as he looked around a moment. From what he understood in the French-chef's accent, she was from Beacon as well. So far, so good... his green eyes would occasionally peek toward the others ears though, feeling his throat dry a bit as he cleared his throat a moment with a nervous chuckle.

"Ah, okay... Stupid question." He'd laugh a bit, as he moved to inspect what was in the pallet-- they were in a kitchen, what else was there to do? Hands reaching inside, he'd produce a single green Bell pepper, and a wrapped pallet of ground beef. If he understood things correctly, there was something about the pepper being stuffed... His face would express his confusion as he eyed the two ingredients in his hand, weighing them out by lifting one and then the other in his internal conflict before shrugging.

Placing the two ingredients down in front of him, he'd muster up some courage past the sight of the female Faunus's ears to break some ice at least. "I'm Matt... A first year at Beacon." Holding a hand out, he'd smile a bit, a little awkwardly as his eyes would occasionally steal a peek at the drooping white ears. The very least he could do was introduce himself to his co-worker before they got started.
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Thu Mar 20, 2014 7:49 am

Gwyn looked at Matt for a second before tentatively taking his hand and shaking it. "I-I'm... I'm Gwyn, a third y-year at Beacon." she mumbled, trying not to look into his eyes. Unfortunately her eyes wandered up to his, and she saw him staring at her ears, prompting her to quickly end the handshake and pull her ears down to either side of her head, trying to cover as much of them as possible. She turned away, eyeing the basket of ingredients as she tried her best to hide her ears against her head. She kind of knew how to cook but it wasn't anything special. She didn't know how to cook what the chef was asking them to cook. In fact, she hardly understood what he was saying. Something about stuffed... somethings? Gwyn didn't even know anymore.

The bunny girl looked at Matt for a few seconds before quickly looking away, her cheeks turning pink a little bit. She didn't know what to say, if there was anything say at all. She just needed a temporary job, but she didn't know there would be other people involved. If she had known that then right now she'd probably be at home, reading or snuggling with her housemate. But nope, she'd have to put up with a complete stranger for a while. For now, she just kind of stood there thinking about it, not sure what to do at all. This would be a long day...
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Thu Mar 20, 2014 11:07 am

As the female introduced herself, he'd give a light handshake back before the Faunus had pulled away and tugged those ears downward. Prompting him to look away with an uneasy, "S-Sorry!" he'd glance back at the provisions in the basket. Nothing else looked interesting enough; for a place named after the unit of measuring spices... the Bell pepper wasn't exactly anything thrilling to his tastes. An occasional glance over at Gwyn's side hadn't been much helpful for the directions given either as he attempted to get a clue on what to do...

Drumming a few fingers along the counter, he'd place the green, large pepper on a wooden cutting board while muttering "Stuffed peppers...". He'd glance over at the menu between the two as a reference, partially reading the description out loud-- "A green Bell pepper stuffed with ground meat, topped with your choice of sauce..."

Certainly didn't sound too hard... Taking a bit of initiative, Matt would reach for a knife with one hand while putting the pepper on it's side. Holding it steadily, he'd bring the knife down to slice the top part of the seed-filled vegetable off, creating an open pit to fill after carving out the insides. He'd place the knife to the side, looking at the various utensils before grabbing a spoon and getting to work. The light sound of metal shaving out seeds would come from him as Matt held it on an angle to let them out freely.

'So far, so good... I think...'
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Thu Mar 20, 2014 5:06 pm

Gwyn kept her ears pinned to her head, still trying to cover them as she looked at the ingredients they were given. She had seen stuffed bell peppers, but had never cooked them. It couldn't have been that hard... right? Right? She ignored what he had said and immediately went to work.

The bunny girl managed to find the courage to move her hands away from her head and approach the basket of ingredients. With a very quiet and meek sigh, she reached in and grabbed some of the bell peppers and a knife from nearby and began cutting them up on a nearby cutting block. She followed the man's example and scooped out the seeds with a spoon she had grabbed when he wasn't looking, quickly and cleanly finishing the job with minimal effort. She quickly went on to the next bell pepper, doing the same thing as with the last one. She would keep on doing this until both of them had worked their way through all of the peppers necessary.
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Thu Mar 20, 2014 5:57 pm

Finally scooping the rest of the seeds out from his first pepper, Matt briefly glanced over in the direction of Gwyn's work... and flinched a bit in disbelief. The precision and speed in her slices, her ability to minimize the amount of scraping inside the vegetable. Maybe he was in over his head; looking back to his pallet, and not wanting to get left behind, he'd hastily try his best to keep up, with minimal attempts of injury to himself.

Something strangely competitive was brewing inside of him, getting left in the dust with carving out the seeds of the green peppers, now arranged between the two of them. Eyeing over the lot, it was clear which ones Gwyn had finished, and which ones Matt struggled to keep up with in the scramble. No matter, they had one other step to follow before they could begin: stuffing. Washing his hands at the station, he'd shake his hands off of any water before beginning to open the pallets of raw meat. Seeing the odd shape of the pepper, a head first tactic probably wouldn't be helpful as he began rolling up chunks of the raw ground beef methodically. As he began to stuff the first pepper, he couldn't help but take a competitive gaze toward the other trainee, sizing up the competition as he would do his best to shadow and mimic her speed and choices.

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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Fri Mar 21, 2014 7:04 am

"Um..." Gwyn said in a barely audible mumble. "You have to cook the meat first... separately, with rice and stuff..." Immediately after saying this she kind of tried to shrink in fear, realizing she had just spoken to this stranger. Looking at his peppers, she noticed how sloppily they were cut and scooped. Did he just not have experience cooking? Either way, Gwyn could teach him... if she would stop being so shy and actually converse with him. But that wasn't going to happen anytime soon.

She quickly scurried away to turn on the oven, preheating it to a certain temperature before quickly grabbing the necessary utensils. Pots, pans, skillets and the such were grabbed and placed off to the side, away from the stove as she went to go grab some bags of rice and various sauces in the back. It didn't take long for her to come back and start filling up a jug of water to pour into the pot so she could start boiling it.

(OOC: I'm following this recipe because I don't know how to cook, derp)
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Fri Mar 21, 2014 10:52 am

(OOC: Good call, I've never made anything like this before either. Oops!)

Pausing a moment, he looked over, voice choking in his throat as he looked slightly embarrassed. The meatball he had made was about halfway into the carved out pepper as Gwyn corrected him, looking back toward his work as his arms relaxed a moment. A slight, "Oh..." came from him as he'd place the raw meat filled pepper back down. It probably wasn't healthy to try and serve this pepper after removing the meat... and getting the feeling that the rabbit Faunus knew what she was doing, he'd sheepishly push it off to the side and into the trash bin.

Before he could even comment, the female trainee was already off to the races, setting up the oven and grabbing the tools needed to prepare the dish. As she walked toward the back, he'd simply walk over and shadow the various settings she prepared; oven to 350 degrees... a bowl, skillet, pan, and pot... Nervously giving the kitchenware a look, he could feel that he might have gotten in over his head now as she returned with a few bags of rice and sauces. Adverting his copying glances as Gwyn returned to the back, he'd adjust the pots and make himself look busy by moving the handles out from the open; safety first.

"So... rice, and tomato sauce...?" He'd peek over what she brought before asking, "This already doesn't look very spicy..."

Implying he'd have no clue what to do, Matt wandered toward the back to also grab a few cans of tomato sauce and rice, eyeing over the plethora of options the kitchen had. Various chilli peppers taunted him in the corner of his eye, neatly packed away next to a few bottled specialty things like buffalo sauce, tobasco-

As if the heavens called out to him, there, in it's red chilli form trapped behind that clear plastic bottle with the green nozzle... was the piece de resistance to any meal he had; Sriracha sauce. Looking around, he'd peek out to the kitchen, slipping the bottle in with what he was holding as he smuggled it in between the cans of tomato sauce. Returning to his station, he'd place the items to the side, spotting Gwyn already filling a pot with water. Although the sight of her ears made him uneasy, he'd start to shadow the Faunus in her actions, grabbing a jug to fill with water while keeping a mental tab on what settings and other steps the student took to prepare these stuffed peppers.
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Sun Mar 23, 2014 10:02 pm

Gwyn set the pot on the stove whilst the oven preheated, letting the water begin to boil for the rice. After that, she placed the skillet on one of the burners next to the pot of water and went to fetch the meat, quickly returning with some and setting it on the skillet. The sizzling and smell of the cooking meat made Gwyn's tummy rumble a bit, but she ignored it for the time being. She was working right now, so food for her came later. It was the food for the customers that really mattered.

For now, Gwyn gathered the bell peppers she had sliced open and set them on a dish, putting them off to the side on a counter. For now, she had to wait until the water boiled so she could put the rice in it, and the meat cooked. Until that happened, she looked over at Matt to see how he was doing. So far it looked like he was hastily trying to copy what she was doing, and in a much sloppier way too.

"U-Uh..." she stammered, lacing her fingers together and twiddling her thumbs as she looked away. "I-If you need h-help... just ask..." Gwyn said the last few words quietly, almost in a whisper.
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Sun Mar 23, 2014 10:45 pm

As Gwyn set her stove up with ease, Matt had struggled to keep up with the Faunus' speed. Easily she moved from one station to the next-- nearly impossible for the freshman to keep up with as he'd just pause in his tracks, the mental notes piling up. Eventually, as his gallon was filled, he'd reach setting the stove top to boil the water, as the sounds of raw meat touching the warmth of a skillet filled the room. Eyeing two different sized pans in his own world, he'd catch the others gaze, a sheepish laugh coming from him as he shrugged and placed the wrong pan up as a 'skillet'.

Her timid nature and soft spoken voice trailed away as she offered assistance, a bit of a relief as Matt's sighed out, looking like a weight had been taken off his shoulders at the others offer. For a moment, he was able to glance past the obvious signs of her heritage to reply in a more natural, relaxed tone, "It's pretty obvious I have no idea, huh?" He'd laugh at himself, hoping to create some kind of comfort around the timid junior as his eyes would glance her way before back to the skillet.

Giving a quick swap, he'd shift the correct pan over the stove top, a little chuckle from him after as he scratched his nose with one finger, "Really... obvious..." Seeing as he was about a step behind, he'd admit his inexperience, following up with. "How long does it take for the rice and meat to cook?"
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Mon Mar 24, 2014 7:23 pm

Gwyn shuffled uncomfortable as she tried her best to recall the proper cooking times. She turned away, looking over her shoulder a bit and saying, "T-Twenty minutes..." to him before going over to grab some oven mitts. For now she just had to wait for something to happen, as there was nothing else for them to do. Well, other than pour the rice into the now boiling water. Which is what she did. Gwyn opened up the bag of rice and poured some of it into the boiling water before setting it back down on the counter and looking at what she had laid out before her.

She had all the necessary sauces and ingredients, so all she had to do now was wait for the meat and rice to cook so she could mix it up with all the sauces and stuff the peppers before putting it all in the oven. That would take a bit, so for the time being she just stirred the rice and occasionally flipped/stirred the beef to make sure it cooked thoroughly all the way around. This would take a bit, so as she waited she looked over her shoulder every minute or two to check on Matt to make sure he was doing okay. She tried to look when he wasn't paying attention so he wouldn't notice her. Every time he did, her face would turn a little pink and she'd snap her head around to look at the rice and beef, embarrassed.
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Mon Mar 24, 2014 7:56 pm

Matt nodded at her response, the pot of water beginning to come to a boil at his station. His expression of relief and joy would turn a bit as she seemed to distance herself a bit again, picking up on the others timidness. He'd set the temperature to warm the pan as he prepared the measurements carefully with the bag of rice in the same tools as Gwyn used, giving a glance with a slight frown-- the last thing he wanted to be was off putting... Thinking to how she reacted to catching him staring at those ears, he felt a bit guilty for the cautious and timid mood she was in.

As the rice was set to boil, he'd move back to the ingredients the head chef set out, getting a fresh package of meat as he'd carefully slide the raw beef into the skillet with a responsive sizzle that made him pull back a bit in caution. Using a spatula, he'd glance over to the other's station, watching her process of flipping and stirring the beef. Comparing back to his, he'd clutch the pan edge and give it a little shake to loosen the beef from sticking to the bottom of the skillet. In his comparison, he couldn't help but peek up at Gwyn from time to time, noticing the others embarrassed blush and taking the hint that he might've came off as something else.

Looking her direction, he'd casually bring up, "Sorry for staring earlier." Looking around his station a moment, he'd take the cue that the next step would require him to protect his hands as he slipped on a pair of oven mitts. He'd reach over and give his rice pot a little stir as well to not let it settle as steam lifted off there kitchen space. Following up with his last sentence, he'd continue, "I don't hate Faunus or anything. It's just... a bad habit." He'd look away a moment, apprehensive and careful in his choice of words before moving on to something else. His expression would change from a look of his own uneasiness to a smile back toward Gwyn, his demeanor friendly as the freshman made small talk with the other.

"So... Have you cooked somewhere before?" Giving a little laugh, he'd follow up with, "I don't know how I got this position, honestly. If it get's me some free spicy food though..." A little grin would come to his face, the aroma of beef filling the air a bit as he eyed over the bottle of Sriracha he brought out with him at his counter. As he did, his stomach would gurgle a little bit, quickly placing a hand over it with a laugh. "Sorry... I forgot to get breakfast this morning, and the idea of Sriracha sauce all over these stuffed peppers..."

He'd trail off in hunger momentarily, before looking over at Gwyn again. "You don't think he'd be mad if we sampled each other's dish... do you? Sorta like... a taste test?"
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Wed Mar 26, 2014 7:55 am

"W-When t-they... g-get done cooking..." she mumbled, hardly audible. She turned back towards her foods quickly, trying to block out the gaze of the boy. Gwyn decided to quickly and nervously returned to her work, stirring the rice and flipping the meat every few minutes to make sure it cooked evenly. It didn't take long for the meat and rice to finish cooking, which prompted Gwyn to turn off the burners and go fetch the strainer from the counter. Placing the strainer in the sink, she put on her oven mitts and picked up the pot of rice, moving it over to pour it into the strainer. After all the water was drained, she took a bowl and mixed the browned beef, rice, Worcestershire sauce, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper she had gathered into a bowl and began mixing thoroughly.


This would take a few minutes, so she looked over her shoulder once more to make sure Matt was doing well. She didn't know why she was so worried about this boy she didn't even know. It was a strange habit of hers, to get attached to things she hardly knew anything about. She needed to stop.


After a moment of looking over at Matt, she turned back to the contents of her bowl, satisfied after a few minutes of stirring with how it was. Now she just needed to scoop the contents of the bowl into the peppers, which is what she proceeded to do. She took a spoon she had gathered, because she was prepared, and began scooping even amounts of the mixture of meat, rice, and other things into the peppers. It took her a few minutes of being picky about how much she put in them, but eventually they had even amounts of the mixture in them, and now Gwyn just had to put them in the oven.


Once more, Gwyn looked over her shoulder at Matt's progress before turning back to her own. Slipping on the oven mitts again, she opened the oven, took the tray of stuffed bell peppers, and set it inside the already preheated oven. After closing it back up, she sighed and took off her mitts, looking at the oven for a moment before shaking her head. She was thinking about too many things right now. The food, Matt, herself, and a certain little voice in her head that kept bugging and taunting her. It was not pleasant times for her right now.
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PostSubject: Re: Zero Scoville Units   Fri Mar 28, 2014 4:50 pm

The human seemed satisfied by the females words, even if she trailed off to a near whisper afterward. Tending to his station, he'd alternate between giving the rice a quick stir, and using the spatula to more around the meat. The heat applying to the other side of raw meat would make another loud sizzle, pressing down on it to make sure it stayed put as he tended to the timer on his rice. Being about a minute behind Gwyn helped, eyeing the hanging clock a brief moment before following her to the next step. Taking a mental note that mixing would be next, he'd smile a bit cheerily as the stuffed peppers began to near completion.

Taking the handle of the skillet, he'd shift it around on the burner before sliding it off, putting it off it's heat as he moved it to the side to turn off the heat to the stove top. The rice had just started to steam a bit, using his gloved hands to lift it with a soft grunt. Using the strainer Gwyn had used earlier, he'd tip the contents in, the heat from the warm water rushing up from the sink in a light mist as he placed the containers off to the side, before bringing the now strained bowl of rice over to his station again.

Looking at the contents of the table, he'd pause to glance around as he removed his oven mitts temporarily-- recalling the sequence of ingredients, he wondered how maybe a tiny bit of Sriracha would taste in the mix of things. Frankly, a tiny bit to him would probably be a little excessive... Keeping to himself, he'd reach for the bottle of red chili sauce to add first, removing the green cap as quietly as he could before squirting nearly a quarter of the bottle inside. Quickly covering up his intentions, he'd soon place the now browned beef in, followed by rice. With disregard to any direction from the others help, he'd excitedly add eyed amounts of Worcestershire sauce, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper, occasionally attempting to copy chefs seen on TV by sprinkling them from high up and spreading them around the bowl.

With the contents and secret ingredient set, he'd mix around the contents, making sure to reach the bottom of the bowl to get that red sauce mixed into the other ingredients and create a slight red tint to the rice. He'd put enough effort into it as Gwyn had, the sound of the spoon scraping and bumping on the sides as he'd make sure the rice and beef had collected enough seasoning. When it was ready, he'd begin to spoon out clumps of the rice and meat, filling the amateur-prepared green peppers up with a spoonful each before balancing it out with the remaining rice.

As they were filled to the brim, he'd place them one by one into his tray having evenly distributed the mixture between his peppers. Slipping oven mitts on, he'd slip the silver tray into his preheated oven, sitting back up and wiping his protected hands with a dulled slap from them as he sighed happily. "And now we wait!" He'd seem excited to eat, tossing the mitts up onto the counter across from the oven. Leaning against said counter, he'd fold his arms a moment-- eyes and cheery expression would look to Gwyn to ask something else, but would change when he'd watch the older girl shake her head, prompting an "Eh?" before his look would turn to concern. "Is something wrong, Gwyn?"
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