We haven't been in a food coma since Thanksgiving, I promise. We've done a few things. They just may be a little out of order in the retelling.

Anyway, Sunday was our friend Germaine's birthday, and her husband, James, hosted a "Mad Tea Party" in her honor at Food for Thought at the Singapore Art Museum. There was a slight Alice in Wonderland theme, so I prepared 3 rounds of red and black trivia for the crowd. We had a great time and Bryan took amazing pictures to prove it:

The birthday girl and the "Mad Hatter"

Me playing Quiz Master, and Reuben (still sporting the 'stache) turns in his answers. 

Sample questions (in case you want to play along in the comments):
1. (black) Throughout his life, Winston Churchill struggled with bouts of deep depression; what did he call it? 
2. (black) Which fashion designer was responsible for making 'the little black dress' a stylish item of clothing in the 1920s?
3. (black) What type of disaster occurred in Victoria, Australia on February 7, 2009, which caused horrific losses and was dubbed Black Saturday? 
4. (red) During the War of the Roses in England, the Red Rose was the emblem of which house? 
5. (red) Who wrote the poem 'My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose'?
6. (red) What is the King of Hearts missing that the King of other suits has?
Kyle and I score answer sheets. Team "Legen... wait for it... dary" won first place.

Happy, happy birthday, Germaine.