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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.
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.
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.
||What was the original "Kitchionary" idea? The link dangles.
||[boil the kettle...] Uh, "Raiders of the Lost Ark"?
Okay: throw a lot of flour on the table.