Suggest a Meal

Why yes, it is stolen from our normal Add an activity thing. Even more entertaining, I plan to take everything suggested here and put it over there later. Suggest away!

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Clue dinner

Submitted by: Steve Clark on Saturday, 11-Nov-00 01:03:24 EST
Primary Concept: Cuisine,Ambience
Difficulty: Average
Served as: Dinner
Cost range: High
Preparation time: 31 - 60 minutes
Equipment Needs: Moderate
Basics of the meal
In the movie they have a three- course meal served to them by people. We could have people serve the food. Have table cloths, and candles, and fancy stuff like that. WE could also serve like slurpy soup for the first course. A salad type thing for the second course, and monkey brains (spaghetti) for the third course.

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It's a clue what you are eating

Submitted by: Steve Clark on Tuesday, 07-Nov-00 16:24:07 EST
Primary Concept: Cuisine
Difficulty: Moderate
Served as: Breakfast
Cost range: Average
Preparation time: 30 minutes
Equipment Needs: Light
Basics of the meal
everyone is blindfolded and then you have to guess what you are eating

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Clue Meal

Submitted by: Steve D. on Thursday, 02-Nov-00 20:02:00 EST
Primary Concept: Ambience
Difficulty: Average
Served as: Dinner
Cost range: Average
Preparation time: 31 - 60 minutes
Equipment Needs: Moderate
Basics of the meal
The meal could be handled in one of two ways: either it becomes an Emily Post-style overly polite meal (Mr. X, Miss Y, etc), or it becomes a color-coordinated deal serving plum, mustard, scarlet, white, green, and peacock (whatever that is - blue?)

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BreakfastLunchDinnerSnackAny could apply

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15 minutes or less16 - 30 Minutes31 - 60 minutesOver an hour

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