Cook, Serve, Delicious!
Steak is a Standard Food in Cook, Serve, Delicious!
The classic Prime T-Bone Steak is sizzlin' and ready to ramp up profits! This delicious cut of prime meat comes with three seasoners to get every last ounce of juice out of your steaks. We have the standard Seasoning, the Citrus Flavor to add that touch of acidic blend, and the Juice Enhancer to make sure no steak goes dry. Order this starter kit and start Steakin'!
Your order comes with a surplus of Prime T-Bone Steak, Seasoning dispenser, Citrus Flavor dispenser, Juice Enhancer dispenser, and two recipe cards.
★ - Seasoning
★ - Juice Enhancer
★ - Citrus Flavor
★★ - Spicy Pepper
★★★ - Bacon Powder
★★★★ - Smokey Dust
★★★★★ - Hickory Salt
Steaks are unique in that they don't have any noticeable identifiers as to what seasonings you've already placed on the raw steak. So you must focus and remember which toppings you've already done, or risk over-seasoning the steak.
01. Classic Steak:
Seasoned three times, and one Juice, please.
02. Citrus Steak:
Once Seasoned, twice Juicy and one serving of Citrus, please.
03. Spicy Steak:
Seasoned, four Spicy servings and two Juicy please.
04. The Dry Spicy Steak:
Seasoned once, and two kicks of Spice, please.
Seasoned, Twice Juicy and Twice Bacony, please.
06. Spicy Baconesque:
Seasoned, Juicy, Twice Spicy and Twice Bacony.
07. Spicy Smokey Steak:
Twice Seasoned, Smoked, tree Spicy and two Juicy, please.
08. Smokey Orange Steak:
Seasoned, Smokey, Juicy and two Citrus, please.
09. Hickory Steak:
Twice Seasoned, two Hickory and four Juice please.
10. West Texas Steak:
Give me everything you got, doubled, but no Citrus please.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!
Super Meat Boy
All Time Classic
| Dirty Dish|
Variable Cook Time
Steak is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.
During the late 16th century, Dilbert I of England was disturbed by what he felt was an increase in heresy. Not wanting to rule over an unholy kingdom. King Dilbert rode throughout the land asking his subjects how they liked their steak. If they answered medium rare, Dilbert believed them to be blessed. If they answered well done, however, Dilbert believed they were either lying or had been possessed by unholy forces - both of which were punishable by death.
In the years that followed, tens of thousands of individuals were executed, in what the townspeople humorously referred to as being "burned at the stake".
As the years progressed, fewer and fewer people were executed as those who were genetically predisposed to liking their steak well done had died out.
Cook and Burn Times
There are 5 possible variations in cooking times. The customer may ask for any of the five variations below with any recipe. Remember to always keep an eye on steaks, as they can burn while preparing another food.
Cook Time: 5s
Burn Time: 5s
Cook Time: 6s
Burn Time: 6s
Cook Time: 7s
Burn Time: 7s
Cook Time: 9s
Burn Time: 9s
Cook Time: 15s
Burn Time: 10s
Cook Time: 30s
Burn Time: 15s
Cut of Steak, [Done-ness]
Pick the correct cut of steak and cook for the required time.