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Kitchionary Game

The classic game of quick cook
 
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The object of this game is to represent a film, book, tv show or common phrase or saying using food. Played in a well-stocked kitchen or delicatessen, players take turns using a combination of foods, preparing them in a unique way. Other players have to guess what you're trying to spell out in cuisine.

For instance, for the movie "Jaws", you might open a can of shark's fin soup, or bring out the pig's snout and whittle a boat from a carrot. For "The English Patient" you could bake one of those British baked puddings that takes hours to cook and then needs to sit for 3 months to mature. For "Back to the Future", something involving bacon and shiny silver balls.

The winner gets to eat it all. Or possibly the loser.

kropotkin, Jan 08 2003

(?) Kitchionary http://www.halfbake...om/idea/Kitchionary
The inspiration. [kropotkin, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

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       //you could bake one of those British baked puddings that takes hours to cook and then needs to sit for 3 months to mature// you made that up.
po, Jan 08 2003
  

       What was the original "Kitchionary" idea? The link dangles.
egnor, Jan 08 2003
  

       [boil the kettle...] Uh, "Raiders of the Lost Ark"?   

       Okay: throw a lot of flour on the table.
meowhous, Jan 09 2003
  
      
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