Rote Grutze

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Rote Grutze
Rote Grutze.png
Dish Type
Entree
Availability
Purchasable
Cost
$800
Prep Type
HS Required.png HS Required
HS Servings
5
Menu Price
$8
Cook Time(s)
?
HS Freshness Time
?
Booster(s)
Cold Treats Cold Treats
Rich Dish Rich Dish
Detractor(s)
Trashy Food Trashy Food
Menu Rot Menu Rot
Origin
Germany

Rote Grutze is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!. It was added in the Barista Update.

Description[edit | edit source]

Rote grütze is a popular European dessert, made with berries, sugar, and served either hot or cold with milk. While often recognized as a solely German dessert, rote grütze has Danish roots. Historians argue that the Danish government, irritated by Germany consistently taking credit for their ideas, held a contest to create an unstealable invention. The country set to work and six weeks later, Ajatsa Østergaard unveiled the rødgrød, a delicious dessert that featured colors resembling the Flag of Denmark, and a name so outrageously Danish that Germans would find it impossible to pronounce.

Germany, furious that they could only properly pronounce this word underwater, simply rebranded the recipe as rote grütze and once again claimed it as their own. Embarrassed that their unstealable invention wasn't quite so unstealable, Denmark sentenced Ajatsa Østergaard to a lifetime of hard, berry picking labor. Today, both Germany and Denmark claim ownership of the dessert.

Ingredients[edit | edit source]

You will need to choose one of the following berries when cooking:

PurplePage.png Purple[edit | edit source]

Blueberry
Currants
Strawberry
Blackberry

Raspberry
Close Door

Recipes[edit | edit source]

You MUST use a Holding Station to prep and serve this Food.
Each Holding Station can serve 5 Customers.

The recipe is simple: choose a PurplePage.png Berry and PurplePage.png Close the door after that.