DO HARD THINGS
Or does it need to be material?
oh, I hadn't thought of that. I think it should be "non-food related." We have had, in the past, a challenge to cook or prepare a meal you've never made before. Eating something you've never had before is similar. I'd say that the intention this year was to have you: knit a hat, build a bird house, construct a work bench, or "make" something other than a meal. I figure that folding a paper airplane would be "making" something, but I'd say that's pretty low ball way to tick this challenge. Painting a coffee mug would be making a personalized mug, - that's a bit better than the paper airplane. I'm excited to see what everyone is going to make, I suspect I'll be surprised. Making a new food/meal is great and worthy, but I'd say that you should do that for #5 to #`14.