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Last weekend we had a rainy Sunday with good food and friends. We had a potluck style dinner party and played board games afterwards. Michelle led the contributions on our end making a warming Korean, chicken soup (Dak-dori-tang) and japchae.
The soup was potatoes, onions, carrots, chicken legs and made in mega quantities! Delicious on a chilly rainy day. Japchae is a Korean stir fried noodle dish with thin beef, vermicelli noodles, eggs and assorted veggies. It was a big hit.
Our friends brought food too! One brought a delicious homemade apple pie, another brought scallion pancakes and one brought a bottle of wine that paired very well with everything.
Before and after dinner we played a bunch of rounds of Coup. A quick game of bluffing and rivalry. We played with four and six players and determined it's better the more you have. Michelle and I have played with just two before and it is not as fun.
I also introduced Splendor to two of my friends and they had a blast and I look forward to playing them again soon!