Pretzel (CSD1)

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Pretzel
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Category
Italian/Mexican Foods
Star Rating
Cost
★ - $350
Menu Price
★ - $4
Requirement(s)
None
Booster(s)
  • Catering
  • Simply Food
  • Afternoon Delight
Detractor(s)
  • Munchies
  • Menu Rot
  • Unappreciated
  • Peasant Food
  • Fatty McFats
  • Morning Aroma

Pretzel is a Standard Food in Cook, Serve, Delicious!.

Pretzels are very easy to make and can be a great beginner's food. This food only has 3 possible toppings that can be placed on it before serving it to the customer.

You may be looking for the Pretzel from CSD2 here.

Description[edit | edit source]

The world's most delicious knot returns to amp up your menu! This fun treat is a cinch to make- just apply butter and salt and serve (but also includes cinnamon to add a nice sweet twist on an old favorite)! Not only is it a fun snack enjoyed by all, but it's an affordable food that just about anyone can enjoy. These pretzels are making me thirsty... for profit potential!

Your order comes with a surplus of ready-serve pretzels, salt, butter, cinnamon, and paper trays, with six recipe cards.

After reaching 2 stars[edit | edit source]

This food can no longer be bought/served in your restaurant, as your star rating is too high. This and the Corndog are the only two foods that your customers will refuse to buy in such a nice location, opting for more filling/heartier foods.

Ingredients/Actions[edit | edit source]

★ - Salt

★ - Butter

★ - Cinnamon

Recipes[edit | edit source]

01. The Dry Twister[edit | edit source]

Nothing on it, please.

02. The Salty Knot[edit | edit source]

Just Salt, please.

03. The Buttery Curves[edit | edit source]

Just Butter, please.

04. Cinnamon Pretzel[edit | edit source]

Just the Cinnamon, please.

05. The Classic Pretzel[edit | edit source]

Salt and Butter, please.

06. The Sweet Twist[edit | edit source]

Butter and Cinnamon, please.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This and the Corn Dog are the only foods that may not be served at a restaurant classified at two stars or higher.