Cafe World Movie Wrap Party Catering Order: Have fun cooking for virtual celebrities

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Zynga has always loved bringing real world events into the Cafe World Catering Business, but with this newest order - the Movie Wrap Party - we're taken from simply catering birthday or graduation parties (bo-ring) and are sent to the glitz and glam of Hollywood.

The Movie Wrap Party sees you celebrating the end of production on a film by cooking three dishes and collecting two themed items. You'll need to serve Smoked Salmon Latkes (a two-hour dish) 110 times, Escargot (how chic) 150 times (that's a ten-hour dish) and Chicken Adobo (a 14-hour dish) 250 times. Unfortunately, the largest requirement does come with the longest cooking time, but remember to pull servings out of your Gift Box, or simply use spices to speed up the process of reaching that high 250 number.

Of course, no great chef ever truly works alone, so you're allowed to bring up to 13 of your friends in on this order to help out. While their work carries over into your cooking tasks, the other two requirements are for your game only. You'll need to ask tons of friends to send you 19 Film Reels and 15 Camera Lenses. At least this isn't a case where the same friend can't send you more than one over the course of multiple days.

Speaking of days, you'll have five full days upon starting this order to finish it for the three-star rating. Doing so will reward you with 12 Catering Points, 6,300 Cafe Points, 175,000 coins and the California Sushi Roll recipe (ya know, sushi that ...isn't). If you can't finish the order within the first five days, but still complete it within a week, you'll miss out on the exclusive new recipe, but you will receive two stars, 8 Catering Points, 4,500 Cafe Points, and 125,000 coins. Finally, if you can pull through and simply finish the goal at any point after the first week of starting, you'll receive a single star, 4 Catering Points, 2,700 Cafe Points, and 75,000 coins. That's actually a fairly high coin reward for a one-star rating, so keep that in mind before deciding to "cancel" should you fail to finish in time for the three-star rating.

Ok, so this order may not actually make you famous, and you may not even be able to schmooze with any real celebrities, but the cooking requirements aren't terrible, and the rewards are actually quite good. Add it all up and you have an order that should at least be attempted once, even if only to say that you tried.

What do you think of this newest catering order? Do you think the requirements are doable given the five-day time frame? Sound off in the comments.
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