Melissa Midcap sent us some photos of her The Food is to Die For party.
She writes: “For The Food is to Die For, we held it in the back room of a restaurant whose owner we know. It really added something to the setting to be in an actual restaurant! For deciding duels (of which there was surprisingly only one!), we had players draw bottle corks that were numbered on the bottom. Higher number won.”
The Food is to Die For is available in French as Panique au Restaurant.