The Amish youth will occasionally host a mystery supper for the entire community, or a family may decide to host one for the youth. Either way it is an evening of fun and laughter.
Upon arriving everyone will get a menu.
Everything is called by a vague hint of what it may be.
Swampy Nuggets are actually meatballs in a barbeque sauce.
Abundant cackleberries are stuffed eggs.
Snow mountain is mashed potatoes while volcanoes lava would be the gravy.
Sometimes utensils will be part of the menu. A fork could be called a Farmer's Right Hand.
Some mystery suppers include less friendly utensils, such as wooden spoons, ladles, meat forks, slotted spoons, or anything else that will provide amusement to basically everyone except the person struggling to eat with it.
Other times utensils and plates could be given a number and what you would be using to eat was simply the luck of the draw. You would keep your fingers crossed that the number you draw will not be matched with the giant mixing bowl for your plate and meat tongs as your only utensil.