Baked Potato

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Baked Potato is a Standard Food in Cook, Serve, Delicious! and a Side Dish in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.

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Baked Potato
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Category
American Foods
Star Rating
★★★★
Cost
★ - $1200

★★ - $

★★★ - $

★★★★ - $

Menu Price
★ - $6

★★ - $8

★★★ - $10

★★★★ - $12

Booster(s)
  • The Big Tipper
  • Rainy Companion
Detractor(s)
  • Slow Cooker
  • Fatty McFats
  • Trashy Food

Baked Potato is a Standard Food in Cook, Serve, Delicious!

Description[edit | edit source]

Ah you magnificent spud, you're so good. Now it's time to let your customers in on the delicious with this all new baked potato starter package! Enjoy a supply of ready-to-bake potatoes, with ten assorted recipe cards and enough toppings to make even the most pickiest customer chow down with delight. It's hot, it's fluffy, it's ready to light your profits on fire... it's the delicious baked potato. Order today!

Your order includes a surplus of potatoes, baking foil, cheese, sour cream, butter, bacon, chives, and onions, as well as ten recipe cards.

Recipes[edit | edit source]

Ingredients/Actions:

★ - Cheese

★ - Sour Cream

★ - Butter

★ - Chives

★ - Bacon

★ - Onions

★★ - Olives

★★ - Spices

★★★ - Broccoli

★★★ - Queso

★★★★ - Meats

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01. Classic Baked Potato:

"Cheese, Sour Cream, Butter"

02. Classic Potato w/ Bacon:

"Cheese, Sour Cream, Butter'"

03. Deluxe Potato:

"Cheese, Sour Cream, Butter, Chives, Bacon and Onions"

04. Plain Potato:

Just Butter, please.

05. Sour Potato:

"Sour Cream and Onions."

06. Lite Potato:

"Sour Cream, Chives and Onions."

07. The Dry Potato:

"Nothing on it, please."

08. Sour Potato w/ Bacon:

"Sour Cream, Bacon and Onions"

09. Lite and Cheesy Potato:

"Cheese and Sour Cream."

10. Chives & Bacon Potato:

"Butter, Chives and Bacon"

★★[edit | edit source]

11. Spicy Olive Potato:

"Cheese, Sour Cream, Butter, Olives and Spices"

12. Spicy Classic Potato:

"Cheese, Sour Cream, Butter and Spices"

13. Spicy Bacon Potato:

"Cheese, Sour Cream, Butter, Bacon, Onions and Spices"

14. Spicy Deluxe Potato:

"Cheese, Butter, Chives, Bacon, Onions, Olives and Spices"

★★★[edit | edit source]

15. Broccoli & Cheesy Potato:

"Broccoli and Queso, please."

16. Broccoli & Cheesy Supreme Potato:

"Bacon, Onions, Broccoli and Queso"

17. Green Potato:

"Cheese, Sour Cream, Chives, Onions, Olives, Spices, and Broccoli"

18. Cheesy Deluxe Potato:

"Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Spices and Queso"

★★★★[edit | edit source]

19. Meat Classic Potato:

"Cheese, Sour Cream, Bacon, and Meats"

20. Meaty Deluxe Potato:

"Chives, Bacon, Spices, Queso and Meats"

21. Simply Meat Potato:

"Butter and Meat, please."

22. Meaty Broccoli Potato:

"Spices, Broccoli, Queso, and Meats"

23. Fully Loaded Potato:

"Everything but the Queso, please."

24. Fully Loaded Potato w/ Queso:

"Everything including Queso, except Cheese."


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Baked Potato
BakedPotato.png
Dish Type
Side Dish
Availability
Purchasable
Cost
$250
Prep Type
HS Only
HS Servings
9
Menu Price
$2
Cook Time
? seconds
HS Freshness Time
? seconds
Booster(s)
Hot and Edible Hot and Edible
Detractor(s)
Slow Cooker Slow Cooker
Origin
United Kingdom

Baked Potato is a Side Dish in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.

Description[edit | edit source]

Although potatoes have been enjoyed for over 7,000 years in Peru and Bolivia, baked potatoes only became popular after potatoes were brought to the United Kingdom. The name "jacket potato" comes from the Second World War, where British spies stored baked potatoes in their suit pockets. While initially placed there to provide spies with a fast protein fix, Nazis quickly caught on, and began using jacket potatoes as a way of identifying British spies. Before executing them, Nazis would torment British spies by eating their baked potatoes in front of them.

Not wanting to admit defeat, the British Secret Service began lacing jacket potatoes with poison, in hope that Nazis would eat them. It worked, and inspired by the success, the British Secret Service started to use baked potatoes laced with poison in a variety of ways. Before long, spies were equipped with spud guns and, when in danger, shot poison potato at enemies. Some even resorted to hurling baked potatoes at enemies in an effort to maim and confuse them.

Recipes[edit | edit source]

You must use a Holding Station to prep and serve this side.
Each Holding Station can serve 9 customers.

There is only one recipe.

Standard Prep (Holding Station):
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