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Nov 252011

8-15-2012 – This page has been updated to the new system. It does not need a Friend’s ID to work. ~The FG
Be sure to read all the instructions thoroughly. There’s further instructions HERE, and a video HERE. If you’re having a problem beyond the help of that – sorry I don’t know what it could be. That is the extent of my limited knowledge. Hopefully, you’ll have no problems.

A “Thank you!” to  Paul, Kellie, Graycloak and everyone else on the forums and elsewhere who have contributed to this article…

My momma told me that if I didn’t have anything nice to say about something, not to say anything at all. I have nothing nice to say about more goals.

Okay, one thing. The reward for finishing all 25 of these is a 4x 50% stove. Which is why I’m going to do these, but not the Festive Feast Goals.

Anyway, this page is meant to help you with your Fred’s Fresh Feast goals.  There’s a couple things we’re doing different than normal.  There are twenty-five goals, in 5 sets of 5 each.  Below is a list of each of the goal-items that you will be able to gather from here. I won’t be doing separate pages for each goal. Just a separate page for each ingredient.  So just pick the item you need and click the appropriate link.

Also – In the list of goals below, Almost every goal has a “Random dish” which means I cannot tell you exactly what you’ll be cooking. However, I am listing a guess as to the amount of time I think your dish will take. This is, I repeat, just a guess based on information that people have sent me.  If you have a different dish, please mention what it is and its cooking time in the comments below so other players can have an idea of what to expect. Hopefully this information will be somewhat helpful, so you can have an idea of the time involved in upcoming goals.

Here’s a quick list of the goal items, and you can find complete list of the goals after the jump.

To discuss this and other things Cafe World, please visit the new “The Facegamer” forums: Cafe World Discussions

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