So my next contest has a people's choice event. The teams can cook whatever they like. This contest is in addition to a mandatory seafood contest on Friday night. My thought is to faux sous vide some filet mignon and serve as filet on toast. The process is to start with a frozen solid filet, sear one side over a very hot fire in a cast iron plan and then smoke for about an hour to rare/mid rare, slide and serve on toast with a horseradish sauce. Has anyone tried something like this in a people's choice. The people will be attendees who payed extra to attend a private event and get to sample the goods. I think steak is pretty popular, might stand out, and a smokey, rare steak seems like good eats. Would love to hear your thoughts.