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- A cooking themed game for 3 to 8 players, ages 7 and up.
- Mix and match ingredient cards to impress the judge with your daily special!
- Best and Worst food categories add to the creatively silly fun!
- Ingredient cards include caloric information and a variety of foods from prosciutto to snails.
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Step into Chef Cuckoo’s kitchen with this creative cooking game! Players mix and match ingredient cards to concoct tasty or unusual dishes and complete culinary challenges. A judge awards stars to the dish that best meets the challenge. Play the advanced game variation and perfect your presentation skills! Includes 60 ingredient cards, 12 food challenge cards, and 36 stars in a tin canister.
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Each round every player gets to be what we all the "Boss Chef" once. The Boss Chef picks what kind of meal everyone has to prepare (some examples are: Best Sandwich, Worst Sandwich, Best Soup, Worst Soup, Best Salad, Worst Salad, Best Pizza, Worst Pizza). Then all the regular chef's who have cards in their hand pick 3 cards (ingredients) from their hand and play them on the table in front of them. We then go around the table and the player reads their ingredients aloud. The Boss Chef then decides what player played the most fitting hand of ingredients to the meal that was selected. That selected player then gets a little plastic star to add to their collection. Then the next person becomes the Boss Chef and it starts again. We play to 5, 10, or 15 stars depending on how much time we have. Whoever gets that many stars then wins.
It is a real simple game to learn and play.
Little kids sometimes will put ingredients in that they think are "bad" for a selected dish (like worst sandwich or worst salad) which is kind of funny. This then ends up again being a good learning experience where you can explain to them that Lettuce is usually "good" for a sandwich or salad and they should eat more of it like that. You usually don't want to put Lettuce in the worst sandwich... I guess unless it is a peanut butter sandwich - it depends on the situation I guess.
This is a great game for kids, has educational value, and is fun to play. It is also fun for parents to watch their kids try to put ingredients together to make Best and Worst dishes. 5 stars easy.
I like this game OK, but it's not my favorite. I play it because my kids love it, but it wouldn't be my first choice. I LOVE the "Spot It' game which is made by the same company and is in a similar round tin. We have two of them and combined both packs of cards into one. If I had to choose the better game, it would definitely be Spot It, but this is really cute, and I enjoy it because my kids like it.