The PIKDA Chessboard Feeds Guests With Food and Fun

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 21, 2010 • References: cagninadesign &
The PIKDA chessboard is a game I can get behind. I may not be the best strategist, but believe me, food is my best motivator. By creating edible chess pieces, I think I may be able to become as good as Bobby Fischer -- maybe even better!

Created by Argentine designer Franco Marino Cagnina, the PIKDA chessboard feature cookie-cutter-like chess pieces that can be stuffed with delicious appetizers like cheese and meats. The board itself also doubles as a serving platter. The PIKDA chessboard offers a great way to entertain guests. Stats for Edible Strategy Games Trending: Older & Average
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