Questions & Answers - Mystery Dinner Menu
I have lost my copy of a mystery menu that I have used for a really fun dinner. The guests must choose their courses based on strange descriptions (shuckers delight - corn). Would you have anything on file like this? - Dianne Sanders (11/17/99)
Mystery Dinner Directions...........
As each guest arrives they are given the following letter:
Welcome to our Mystery Dinner. Dinner will consist of three courses. For the first course select 6 items from the menu below, for the second and third, select 5 items from the menu. Place the numbers that correspond to the items you've selected, in the spaces next to the letters below. No duplicates allowed! You will be served only those items selected for each course.
Among the items you are to select are such items as your utensils, which you will try to have on your items for the first course, needless to say. You must make off your course selections before the meal begins and turn this form into your maitre de. (NOTE: this was the husband)
We surely hope you enjoy your meal (if you can figure out what you are ordering). Good luck!
(NOTE: I will put what each item actually is at the end. Of course, your guests will have no idea what each item is until it is served to them, so only you will know the answers.)
1. The rippers choice
Put your selections on the chart below:
Course 1 - Course 2 - Course 3
NOTE: For an example, someone might choose 1, 2, 11, 12, 14, 16 for their first course and you would give them a knife, water, toothpick, cherry cheesecake, cheese, and baked potato. They are served exactly what they specify on the chart.
The answers to the menu are:
NOTE: Of course you make up your own menu with the appropriate clues to choose from, but this will give you an idea of what to do.
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