The ONLY game where you get to COOK in real life against your friends! Playing FoodFu brings the fun and excitement of your favorite television cooking competition shows to your own kitchen.
FOODFU is for ANYONE who LOVES COOKING
Have cooking competitions in real life with FoodFu and your friends! To play, you need a kitchen and a minimum of four people. Two people are Chefs, two are Judges, and one person is the Emcee (who can also Judge). After selecting a featured ingredient, like carrots or bacon, the Chefs are given 45 minutes to prepare a main dish. During the 45 minute competition the Emcee interviews the Chefs and Judges with prompted, entertaining questions from FoodFu. When time is up the Judges get to taste the dishes and anonymously rate the Chefs based on plating, taste, creativity, and use of the featured ingredient. FoodFu tallies the results and announces the winner.
Make game night tastier and cook with your friends!
We received some feedback and crash reports and tried to fix them all.
- navigation menus are more consistent and aren't hidden at the wrong times.
- workflow has been fixed when scheduling a battle and reviewing completed battles.
- will not send an invite email when a battle is scheduled until all required email fields are filled.
- early battle finish crash fixed.
- other small errors and fixes
Thanks for playing FoodFu!
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Why do they need this extra information
I just wanted an app that could randomize some food ideas for a night cooking with some friends, but instead it requires a lot of irrelevant information to be imputed. Why do we need to have a picture (yes it is required and you can not skip it).
List of requirements
Featured ingredient- good
Location- shouldn’t everyone involved already know that
Picture/ first/last name- why
Max of 5 people and only two people cook
I think what everyone was expecting was to be given a random ingredient or list of ingredients where they could cook individually or in teams with maybe an option of a timer and a scoring system where there is an option for designated judges or everyone votes.
Honestly though this app would only be a convenience, you could easily find a ingredient randomizer online, every phone has a stopwatch feature, and could create a score card.
Not what was advertised.
This was not the app I was looking for and it was explained to be different than what it really is.
So much fun!
I had a few friends over and we played FoodFu to see who could make the best burger. The app was great because it led us through the entire game, from making sure we had our kitchen setup, letting us know how much time was left in the game and taking care of judging. Let me tell you, time moves faster when you are cooking under pressure! And you get asked questions while you are cooking! My friend dropped one of his burgers on the floor when a question was asked because he was trying to do a bunch of things at once. It was hysterical! He was lucky he made extra burgers!!!!
We’ll definitely be playing again! It felt like we were cooking on tv but without the cameras or celebrity judges! FoodFu is seriously fun! Oh, and if you are wondering, I won the battle with my caramelized onion, apple and cheddar burger.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.