What’s for dinner board game

At last a board game has come along for the hungry and indecisive…

Illinois inventor Wayne Jackson, has come to the hesitant chef’s rescue with his What’s for Dinner Boar Game. The object of the game is to prepare one item from each of the four Midwestern food groups: “Main Course” “Veggies” “Soup or Salad” and “Dessert.” The first one to fix a meal wins (and ideally heads to the kitchen to start the actual cooking).

The player rolls the dice until they land on a dish. Then they move around the square trying to avoid such time-consuming whammies as “boil” “simmer” and worst of all

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