Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Edible Kerplunk

With olives and breadsticks
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Could be used as either a game that you can eat, or food that you can play with.
stupop, May 02 2002

Kerplunk http://en.wikipedia...KerPlunk_%28game%29
[stupop, May 02 2002, last modified Oct 17 2004]


mcscotland, May 02 2002

       own up, stu. you have lost the pieces - haven't you?
po, May 02 2002

       half breadsticks surely.
IvanIdea, May 02 2002

       Uncooked spaghetti.
waugsqueke, May 02 2002

       I thought about uncooked spaghetti, but it wouldn't be as nice to eat. The game would just have to be larger than usual to allow breadsticks to be used.
stupop, May 02 2002

       Ah, *bread*sticks! When I first read this I thought you meant French sticks and I was bemused, to say the least.
salachair, May 02 2002

       salachair, you're thinking about Fun Pub-size Edible Kerplunk, with grapefruit and french sticks.
calum, May 02 2002

       Well, if you're talking on that large a scale, then I'd suggest using some sort of sausage. Or perhaps carrots.
waugsqueke, May 02 2002

       breadsticks & small fried cambert cheeses falling into a cranberry sauce when they drop.

really large chips (fries) & small picked onions, landing in a bar-b-q sauce when they fall.

finally, malteasers & chocolate fingers, falling into a caramel/butterscotch sauce.

hard cheeses & grapes, with crackers an optional 4th course.
mymus, May 02 2002

       I think I might bake this the next time I have people round for dinner. [mymus] I really like the 'falling into a dip' touch.
stupop, May 02 2002

       stupop, curry dips buckaroo another (messy) classic.
mymus, May 02 2002

       Fondue sticks and dip-able food? Put the lot over a fondue pot and dig in when someone spills....
phoenix, May 02 2002

       You don't want to know what I was thinking when I first read the title...   

       I seem to have lost my marbles...
RayfordSteele, May 03 2002

       this must be a british game? i had to look it up, but after doing so i saw that it would work perfectly with those very thin, crispy breadsticks served at italian restaurants. would look quite fetching with pimento-stuffed green olives.
miss fern, Jul 07 2002

       I don't think it's British just old. I remember teh commercials for it running during Saturday morning cartoons. My frreind had the game it's fun. But who get to eat it the loser or the winner? I think uncooked fried foods falling, and splashing into hot oil would make the game a lot more interesting. Hmm maybe just something falling into hot chese for the kiddies.
tedhaubrich, Jun 24 2004


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