Sliders is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.
Description[edit | edit source]
With the restaurant industry booming in the 1970s, major restaurant CEOs met up at an undiscloved location in Las Vegas in March 1972 to discuss how to steer the market towards higher profit margins while slashing costs. They all agreed that the burger was destroying profitability, so a plan was set into place: reduce the burger's size by a half ounce every year until profits stabilized.
In 1979, frustrated that the burger he just ordered was almost the size of a coffee cup, Marc Sizzler filled a lawsuit in The People v. US Restaurants, demanding that the government intervene as restaurants were illegaly colluding to try to make burgers smaller for everyone. The Supreme Court agreed, and burgers were sized back up to their large pre-1972 state.
Faced with a mountain of un-useable product that were meant for smaller burger sizes, restaurants introduced the idea of "sliders," essentially mini-burgers with up to 2-4 on a plate. The trend was a hit and many restaurants still keeps sliders on their menu to this day.
Recipes[edit | edit source]
Each recipes begin with the first stage: Meat cooking. Select either Beef or Chicken, then add the Oil
The Second stage is the usual, just add the ingredients and serve.
01. New York Sliders
Beef, Lettuce, Avocado, Onions, Regular Top
02. Fishnet Silvers
Beef, P.Onions, Sprouts, Swiss, Regular Top
03. Punk Classic
Beef, Bacon, Cheese, Tomato, Pretzel Top
04. The Resistance
Beef, Lettuce, Sprouts, Tomato, Pretzel Top
05. Meat and Greet
Beef, Bacon, Cheese, Regular Top
Beef, Avocado, P.Onions, Quail Egg, Regular Top
07. Chicken Whispers
Chicken, Bacon, Avocado, Sprouts, Regular Top
08. Pink Chevy 74'
Chicken, Cheese, Swiss, Tomato, Regular Top
09. Egg and Sons
Chicken, Bacon, Cheese, Quail Egg, Pretzel Top
10. Autumn Bits
Chicken, P.Onions, Sprouts, Swiss, Regular Top
11. 1967 New England Dunkers
Chicken, Lettuce, Bacon, Cheese, P.Onions, Swiss, Tomato, Pretzel Top