"I was supposed to look together and fabulous and not like I'd been up all night playing quarters!" Quarters is a drinking game which involves players bouncing a quarter off a table in an attempt to have the quarter land in a certain place, usually into a shotglass (or cup) on that table.
Mexican Quarters Drinking Game: One person is given the quarter and chooses one of the other players to challenge. They spin the quarter and before it stops the person spinning the quarter must cover it with one hand. The chosen person then must guess if it’s heads or tails. If wrong, the spinner spins the quarter again and the player must drink for as long as that quarter is spinning. The spinner then covers the quarter again before it stops spinning and the player has to then guess…
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Griddled asparagus with quail’s eggs and chorizo. A simple dinner-party starter. Once the egg, asparagus and chorizo are cooked, it's a quick an easy assembly job. Quail’s eggs are a bit fiddly to peel but they look very pretty in this salad. If you want to use hen’s eggs, cook 6 in boiling water for 7 minutes then cool in iced water and peel and quarter to serve.