Chef Jacques Charles, Welcome to Your Player Page!
Chef, the Supper Sleuths formally thank you for gracing us with your prestigious presence. First of all, the upcoming festivities at chateau Le Prix will be published in every chic magazine or newspaper around the globe. So, make sure you both cook and look your finest, because your dining review is going to be all over the world. Better yet, make the minions who invited or work for you do the cooking! Of course, making a gourmet feast wouldn’t be hard at all for talented you!
By the way, below is your invitation, in case you need a reminder. Celebrity cooks like yourself get so many invites, and you absolutely must let your agent know you are booked up that night!
You will play the role of Jacques Charles
Full Name: Jacques Pierre Charles
Favorite Animal: “Le cute little bunny rabbit…blackened!”
Favorite Vacation Destination: “The food capital of the world, Paris. In zee best country, my own!”
Favorite Color: “Fresh greens make any Chef Jacques dish look très delicious!”
Favorite Food: “Anything I cook eez très bien.”
Favorite Song: ““Le Festin” by Camille.”
You have been chosen to play the infamed chef, Jacques Charles. Your kitchen has produced five star recipes for the most prestigious customers in the world. Your gourmet food line will be coming out in supermarkets soon, you are on TV, and you are anxiously awaiting a book deal. You are a prideful, exacting man….you are named after a famous chemist after all, so act as though your cooking is a scientific process and thus that you can fully understand and relate to the deceased scientist. Eat meticulously for a funny side note; use a fork and knife to cut everything perfectly, even a candy bar (bring one and break it open during the night).
Casual/Semi-Formal – A neat, white outfit, with a long white coat, and a chef’s apron over the top will give you the prestige and polish you need to pull this role off with finesse. A chef’s hat and or scarf would be ideal and if not, a neat flattened down hairstyle will let others know you mean business. Another fun idea is a fake mustache drawn with a black eye pencil; think thin, wide, and curly.
For a More Formal Look – Wear a formal white dress shirt with the sleeves rolled up and a bowtie with black pants and a jacket over your turtleneck. Carry a long white linen napkin as a formality, and/or wear white gloves.
Check out this site for some funny French phrases to use throughout the game! http://french.lovetoknow.com/Funny_French_Phrases
One More Thing!
The Supper Sleuths want to give you a special clue to help figure out whodunnit? as a token of appreciation for your special visit to our site! Here it is: In this game, there is a reference to a 1939 bottle of wine. The year of the wine offers a clue into the most deadly mystery of the night!
Be sure to visit www.suppersleuths.com to learn about other Supper Sleuths Mystery Dinner Games, to read about other characters who will attend your game, and for more helpful resources like costume and recipe tips to help you prepare for the occasion! Also, if you want an extra edge on figuring out whodunnit? click here to visit our Sleuth School page for three quick tips guaranteed to make you a master of mystery in your night of murder mystery dinner fun!