Creme Brulee

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Creme Brulee
CremeBrulee.png
Dish Type
Entree
Availability
Unlocked
Cost
$1250
Prep Type
No HS
Menu Price
$15
Cook Time
10 seconds
Burn Time
10 seconds
Booster(s)
Stacked Stacked
Green Footprint Green Footprint
Dessert Classic Dessert Classic
Detractor(s)
Pest Fest Pest Fest
Quickly Perfect Quickly Perfect
Menu Rot Menu Rot
Extra Prep Extra Prep
Origin
United Kingdom
Creme Brulee
CremeBrulee.png
Dish/Prep Type
Special Order
Tier/Cost
CSD3 Food Rank 5.pngCC.png
Menu Price
$5
Origin
United Kingdom

Creme Brulee (Crème brûlée) is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! and a Special Order Food in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?!.

Description[edit | edit source]

First mentioned in a 1961 cookbook, creme brulee is a dessert made of a custard base topped with a layer of hard caramel. It became incredibly popular in the 1980s after being featured in the hit film; Soldier 5: Streets on Fire, in which the muscular protagonist would frequently take breaks from his 48 hours of fighting on the fiery roads to enjoy one of the many creme brulees held in his tactical vest, caramelizing the top with his trademark cigar.

The popularity of the creme brulee slowly subsided as the Soldier series also declined in popularity, ultimately leveling out with the final episode in the series; Soldier 9: Roads on Rails. Historians often note the correlation, and believe that the upcoming soft reboot, Soldier: Thoroughfares on Ice, may bring yet another wave of popularity to the dessert, depending on the number of creme brulees consumed.

Guide[edit | edit source]

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The Creme Brulee can be a difficult food to manage at first, as it has a generally short burn time and very precise torching.

The torching part has 7 stages to it, from untorched to burnt. The desired stage is 4, when the brulee is perfectly torched across the entire surface. Any other torching stage will immediately make a bad order. Keep in mind that the torching stages have different time windows, which go slowly at first but then rapidly increase in speed, and so the torching will leave very little room for perfection before the food is burnt.

To the left is an illustration showing the different torching stages and the time it takes to reach that stage in seconds.

Ingredients[edit | edit source]

PurplePage.png Stage 1 Purple

Batter





PurplePage.png Stage 2 Purple

Torch
Sugar




Recipes[edit | edit source]

Add PurplePage.png batter and cook. When it is cooked, the top must be PurplePage.png torched perfectly and then PurplePage.png sugar added.