DISH IT OUT FOODIE      
                                                       
Savor the play


IT'S FOOD FOR THOUGHT.
READY TO SERVE.

A DELICIOUSLY ENGAGING HOLIDAY GIFT.
"This is a great trivia game for anyone
who likes to eat or simply loves trivia. 
Best of all, the creative pizza box packaging
makes this a fun gift for friends and loved ones."

The Town Dish.com

What's inside:
9" quad-fold Game Board
2 boxes of Q&A cards
6 ICE Pawns & 1 die in a Peanut Bag
36 ICE Chips in a Popcorn Bag
Pot Luck & Foodie Finish Cards in a Cookie Bag
Menu of Rules
All printed in the USA


GAME PLAY:
2-6 players or teams go around the board earning ICE chips by answering questions from 6 categories: World of Fares, Let It Pour, Ways & Means, Food For Thought, Melange and Happy Endings. The first player to get 6 different colored ICE chips enters the Dish It Out Foodie circle to answer a Foodie Finish question to win. TREAT STREET, a yellow causeway, loops around the board for a chance to move quickly to a category that’s needed. Other stops along the way are POT LUCK, SOUR TURN, ROTTEN APPLE, FISH ROLL and TREAT YOURSELF.

Sample Questions below. Go To Answers.

 
 
 
 
The artwork featured on the game board and on this site is from original paintings by
Celeste Lazarou D'Anjolell
 
 
                  
"I love this game! I'm glad a food trivia game has finally been created.The content is timeless.
The pizza box packaging is the perfect "box" for the game. The game rules, categories, and pieces are well chosen.
The game play is possible for all ages to win! My son, Joe, has beaten me - hands down!"
Amazon/Wildcat



"This is a great trivia game for anyone who likes to eat or simply loves trivia. Best of all, the creative pizza box packaging makes this a fun gift for friends and loved ones."

The Town Dish.com

"A clever and entertaining game that reels you in with challenging questions. Perfect for weekend nights at home with friends."
Lorraine Ranalli
  Author "Gravy Wars"
"I had the opportunity to play the game before
I wrote this article.
We played as two teams consisting of three players on each team and we all had a great time relying on teamwork to try and answer the questions."
Marge Royal
Delco News Network
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