Corn on the Cob

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Corn on the Cob
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Dish Type
Side Dish
Availability
Purchased
Cost
$250
Prep Type
HS Only
HS Servings
9
Menu Price
$2
Cook Time
? seconds
HS Freshness Time
? seconds
Booster(s)
None
Detractor(s)
None
Origin
Mesoamerica

Corn on the Cob is a Side Dish in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.

Description[edit | edit source]

Originating in Mesoamerica, corn on the cob is best known for its role in the 1917 Russian Revolution. With civil unrest at breaking point, Tsar Nicholas II appeared to protesters in an attempt to demonstrate he was a man of the people. In what historians now agree was the greatest strategic blunder of the 20th century, Nicholas removed a single cob of corn from his coat and proceeded to eat it in front of the crowd. As Nicholas continued to make slurping and chewing sounds, the crowd immediately lost all respect for their leader.

While already profoundly unpopular, any existing support for the Tsar quickly diminished as Russians could no longer get the image of their leader chewing corn out of their heads.

Since then, no world leader has been seen eating corn on the cob in public.

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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