Well, guys. This is the last week. I'll leave the comment period open until Wednesday night.
Whoever has most total points gets the brand new game mailed. I should be able to mail it before I leave next week.
And, just for fun. I'm mailing a second (already opened game) to the person who, in my humble opinion, had the most entertaining wrong answer over the last four weeks.
Yellow: The members of what two professions were allowed to deal in wine during Prohibition (1920-1933)?
Answer: Priests and Rabbis
Purple: Who donated $1 million in 2004 to Dillard University to establish a program that includes African-American culinary studies?
Answer: Ray Charles
Orange: How many inches should a formal dinner tablecloth extend past the edge of the table -- 6 to 8 inches, 8 to 12 inches, or 12 to 18 inches?
Answer: 12 to 18 inches (6 to 8 inches for breakfast or lunch, 8 to 12 for a less formal dinner)
Green: What sidlined production of Hershey's Kisses in 1942?
Answer: Aluminum foil was rationioned during WW II
Blue: What three characters were featured on Howard Johnson restaurant signs, menus, and china patterns for about five decades?
Answer: Simple Simon, the Piman, and a small dog
Red: What size is a "cube" cut if not specified in a recipe -- 1/4 inch, 1/2 inch, or 3/4 inch?
Answer: 1/2 inch (on all sides)
AND THE WINNER IS.... With 21 out of 24 correct answers .... (drum roll) CINDY RUTH.
A second game goes to Annie for her answer to this week's yellow question. ::grin::
Ladies, PM your mailing addresses to me and I will try to get these mailed out before I leave for Budapest next week.