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Cooking Scrabble

3.9 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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  • Mini grocery bag holds all letter tiles
  • Custom game board stylized with cooking theme
  • Custom tile rack designed to hold recipe cards
  • 25 recipe cards
  • Custom tile rack designed to hold tiles and recipe cards
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

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The Cooking Edition of Scrabble includes classic Scrabble fun with a cooking twist allowing players to earn bonus points for words related to everyone's favorite past time. Recipe cards are the perfect mix as players double and triple their scores with directives for all new custom game play. Become the master chef as you spell your way to victory with tasty abbreviations and names of your favorite celebrity chefs. Can you spell D-E-L-I-S-H?

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Serve up some fun with America's favorite word game. The Cooking Edition of scrabble includes classic scrabble fun with a cooking twist allowing players to earn bonus points for words related to everyone's favorite pastime. Recipe Cards are the perfect mix as players double and triple their scores with directives for all new custom game play. Become the master chef as you spell your way to victory with tasty abbreviations and names of your favorite celebrity chefs. Can you spell D-E-L-I-S-H? Mini grocery bag holds all letter tiles. Custom game board stylized with cooking theme. 25 "Recipe Cards". Custom tile rack designed to hold tiles and recipe cards.

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  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 0.2 x 20 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004OFK4DU
  • Item model number: SC079-000
  • Our recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #233,022 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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It's got cards. The cards allow people to take your tiles, make you skip a turn, take you points, basically turn forethought and planning into chaos. There's no point in analysing the board, looking for good placement, because by the time your turn comes around (if you get a turn) you may not even have the same tiles. And you get the opportunity to argue about what you think a food word is. Is "deer" a food word? Not at my last game. It was decided by "the board" that one cannot eat "deer" only venison, so my points were denied. Some of the cards are confusing, are unpractical, don't make sense, or are mean and can create rancor within the group.
If you don't really enjoy Scrabble or the strategy of the game, this might be a winner. Strategy of words becomes strategy against players, as you can focus on ruining a particular person if you want to go that route. Points are astronomical, as food words get more points, cards add additional points.
I will say after the second game I was able to get a handle on how to strategize. The handle was using the cards better, as that's how you really get the big points. So yes, there is a strategy, it's just not the same strategy as playing regular Scrabble, thus for me, it's not Scrabble; it's different game.
Oh, and this makes an already long game longer. I can't say I wouldn't ever play this version again. It's better if you're drinking wine and don't feel like putting your thinking cap on as much, but it also makes me yearn for a good ol' traditional Scabble match.
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I've been a scrabble addict since childhood. This version is amazing. I especially love the challenge of creating cooking terms. 3 cards are given to each player at the start of the game. Examples are 'replace any blank on the board with a tile on your rack, then use that blank to create another word'. This just keeps the game fun and interesting. I also have the garden scrabble version and like that equally as well.
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As a long time Scabble player, I was wary of how the changes might affect the game. Fortunately, I was pleasantly surprised. The recipe cards and bonus points for using cooking words add so much more fun to it. I played it twice in less than a week! Definitely recommended to a Scrabble and cooking enthusiast.
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I bought this as a Mother's Day gift for my mom. She absolutely loved it! We are big Scrabble fans and initially a bit unsure of this new format, but it was surprisingly a lot of fun. The kids (teens) enjoyed it as much as the adults. It's a fun twist from the norm. If you like to try new things, this is the game for you. Enjoy!
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Another version of an old classic, the board hasn't changed but the cards add another level of interest that takes you to the end of the game. Love it.
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This game is fun. It puts a twist on original Scrabble, you can still play original Scrabble game if you choose. Directions are a little sketchy.
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My husband is a "foodie" so this game is fun for him because he can score lots of bonus points with food words. It is a challenge to come up with food related word, but you are rewarded with bonus points. The recipe cards are a neat addition to the game. It can give people who are behind a chance to catch up, or people in the lead a chance to blow others out of the water. There are a couple of recipe cards that are more suited to 3 or 4 player games, but almost all the cards can be used with just 2 players as well. You don't HAVE to be a foodie to be good at this game or enjoy it, but it sure does help. We enjoyed it.
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its Scrabble, with a cool gourmet chef inspired board and special rules, that include "power-up" cards and bonuses for food words. With a group we love to play by the food rules. When its just me and the girlfriend we just play it like normal scrabble, which is the best part, you dont have to use the modified rules, it still functions like a regular scrabble board
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