Cafe World Help Out the Hoedown Catering Order: Everything you need to know


A new Catering Order has been launched in Cafe World, with this one being enough to have you shouting "Yee-Haw!" In this "Help Out the Hoedown" order, you'll need to strap on some cowboy(girl) boots and grab a square dance partner, as a country party is a brewin'.

For this order, you'll need to cook four dishes instead of three. Your menu consists of serving Four Bean Chili 400 times, Skillet Corn Bread 120 times, BBQ Corn 120 times and 40 Oz Steak 30 times. That's an astronomical amount of cooking being required in just a five day time limit (that is, for the maximum three-star rating), so make sure to take advantage of the 13 friends you can bring into this order with you. Also, remember to check your Gift Box for leftover servings of these dishes that you've been saving, as they'll quickly knock a few servings out of your total required.

In addition to these cooking tasks, you'll need to collect 15 Hay Bales and 15 Cowboy Hats by asking your friends to send them to you. If you can do that, along with cooking these dishes in less than five full days of starting it, you'll receive the three-star rating, 15 Catering Points, 7,500 Cafe Points, 200,000 coins and the Rootin' Tootin' Ribeye recipe. Remember, this recipe is only given to those who finish with the max of three stars, so if you pass five days and still haven't finished, feel free to start over.

Finishing this order between five and seven days after starting it will earn you two stars, 10 Catering Points, 5,000 Cafe Points and 125,000 coins, and finally, finishing at any point after the first week of starting will earn you a single star, 5 Catering Points, 3,000 Cafe Points and 75,000 coins. That's actually a lot of coins if you stick through to the end, but I still wouldn't blame you for quitting entirely and starting over to refresh your time limit (and your chance at that exclusive recipe). Just make sure to warn any friends you're helping (or those that are helping you) before you do.

Have you already started working on this Catering Order? Do you think it's one of the more difficult orders ever released, or do you really appreciate such a challenge? Sound off in the comments.

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