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]

Note: This list should be replaced with a tabber of sorts in order to minimize space taken.

01. The Dry Twister

Nothing on it, please.

02. The Salty Knot

Just salt, please.

03. The Buttery Curves

Just butter, please.

04. Cinnamon Pretzel

Just the Cinnamon, please.

05. The Classic Pretzel

Salt and butter, please.

06. The Sweet Twist

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.
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