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12th March 2013

Great British Menu Drinking Game

Raise a glass to the Comic Relief edition of Great British Menu!
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Following the success of our Great British Bake Off Drinking Game, we thought we’d introduce the Great British Menu Drinking Game, the format of which is no less formulaic. Enjoy!

1 finger

The chefs antagonise each other

Every time ‘Comic Relief’ or ‘Red Nose Day’ is mentioned

The name of a dish includes a play on words

A clip of a chef shouting a food order in his/ her own restaurant

The word ‘quirky’ is used to describe the food

 

2 fingers

If the chef fails to inject any humour into the dish

The chef cooks something that resembles a red nose

When judging, instead of open criticism, the judge sceptically asks the chef a pointed question

 

3 fingers

A chef makes a mistake and the narrator implies they’re going to be ‘late to the pass’

A dish is awarded 4 or less

Every time a dish is based on a classic joke e.g. Why did the chicken cross the road?

Liquid nitrogen is used to cook something

 

Down your drink!

A chef is late to ‘the pass’

A dish is awarded a 10


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