Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Spice Chess
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I like those little magnetic spice holder/shakers that stick to metal racks you hang on the wall.

I would like to have a wall mounted Chess set to hang in the kitchen based on this, where each piece is filled with a different spice.
Some thick Checkers would round out the spice collection nicely with thirty two shakers.

Saffron Bishop to F-7.
Shake mate.

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       I like this idea. Incidentally, it makes me wonder those magnetic spice holders could be described as spice/space savers.
AusCan531, Jan 28 2017

       Personally I try to avoid magnetic spices. They play havoc with the iron in my blood.
Canuck, Jan 29 2017

       I was concerned about an end-of-life gaming facility ...
normzone, Jan 29 2017

       Sicilian Defense makes an excellent pizza. [+]
xenzag, Jan 29 2017

       If you were in parts of Asia, there is enough variety of garnishes on any one table to achieve close a full chess set. The top should be transparent to see what's inside of course.
4and20, Jan 29 2017

       Reminds me of the children's programme 'The Herbs'. I'm also wondering which piece is which spice. Which spice moves like a knight? Which is the queen of spices? Which is the rook of spices?
nineteenthly, Jan 30 2017

       Nice and spicey 2 fries. Nice.
blissmiss, Jan 30 2017

       Is chesspiced meat best eaten on a skewer or with a fork?
Cuit_au_Four, Jan 31 2017


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