AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - JEU DE 7 FAMILLES

AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - JEU DE 7 FAMILLES
AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - JEU DE 7 FAMILLES
AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - JEU DE 7 FAMILLES
AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - JEU DE 7 FAMILLES
AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - JEU DE 7 FAMILLES
AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - JEU DE 7 FAMILLES
AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - JEU DE 7 FAMILLES
AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS - JEU DE 7 FAMILLES
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JEU DE 7 FAMILLES

AU RESTAURANT FRANCAIS

TEXTE EN FRANCAIS

Le jeu contient 60 cartes composées de 7 familles (boissons, desserts, entrées, fromages, poissons, vaisselle, viandes)

- boissons : bière – champagne – cidre – vin blanc – vin rosé – vin rouge

- desserts : crème renversée – îles flottantes – Opera – Paris Brest – Saint Honoré – Tatin pie

- entrées : escargots - foie gras – quiche Lorraine – rillettes - salade Niçoise – salade parisienne – rillettes

- fromages : Camembert – Comté – crottin de Chavignol – Pont l’Evêque – Roquefort – Tomme de Savoie

- poissons : bouillabaisse – huîtres – moules marinières – plateau de fruits de mer –

quenelles de brochet – sole meunière

- viandes : boeuf Bourguignon – boudin aux pommes – cassoulet - choucroute – coq au vin potée auvergnate

- vaisselle : assiette - couteau – cuillère - fourchette – serviette - verre

Tout d'abord, un des joueurs distribue 6 cartes à tous les participants. Le reste des cartes fait alors office de pioche.

Pour commencer une partie, le premier joueur demande à la personne de son choix s’il possède la carte qu’il souhaite (ex: "Dans la famille des entrées, as-tu le foie gras?"). Si le joueur questionné possède cette carte, il doit donner la carte au joueur ayant posé la question. S'il ne possède pas la carte, le premier joueur doit piocher une carte.

HAPPY FAMILIES GAME

AT A FRENCH RESTAURANT

Language : Text in FRENCH

2 to 4-6 players.

Contains 60 cards divided in 7 families (cheeses, crockery, desserts, drinks, fish dishes, meat courses, starters)

- Cheeses : Camembert – Comté – crottin de Chavignol – Pont l’Evêque – Roquefort – Tomme de Savoie

- crockery : fork – glass – knife – napkin – plate - spoon

- desserts : caramel custard – îles flottantes – Opera – Paris Brest – Saint Honoré – Tatin pie

- drinks : beer – champagne – cider – white wine – rosé wine – red wine

- fish dishes : bouillabaisse – mussels – oysters – pike quenelles – seafood platter – sole meunière

- meat courses : Auvergnate potful – beef Bourguignon – blood sausage and apple – coq au vin – Franks and beans - sauerkraut

- starters : foie gras – Niçoise salad – Parisian salad – quiche Lorraine – rillettes – snails

The idea of the game is to collect whole families.

The dealer deals 6 cards to each player. The remaining cards are placed face down to form a stock. The player to dealer's left starts. A turn consists of asking a specific player for a specific card from a family. For example, if it is my turn I might say: 'John, have you got the foie gras from the starters family please? The player who asks must already hold at least one card of the requested family, so I must hold at least one card from the starters family to say this. If the player who was asked (Mary) has the right card in her deck (the foie gras from the starters family in this case), she must give it to the player who asked for it. That player then gets another turn and may again ask any player for any card already held by the asker. If the person asked does not have the right card, she says “pick a card!” or "Go fish!". The asker must then draw the top card of the stock. If the drawn card is the one asked for, the asker shows it and says “lucky dip” and gets another turn. If the drawn card is not the one asked for, the asker keeps it, but the turn now passes to the next player. As soon as a player collects a book of 6 cards of the same family, he must say “happy family”. The cards must be shown and then placed face down. The game continues until either someone has no cards left in hands or the stock runs out. The winner is the player who then has the most families.

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