As part of Cafe World's massive Winterfest event, we've seen the first Catering Order released for the holiday season: Help Out the Toy Drive. This one offers a free recipe if you can finish it quickly, as you might expect, but keep in mind that this won't be the easiest of tasks, as you have just three days to finish everything in time.
For the cooking tasks, you'll need to serve Gingerbread Man (a two-hour dish) 400 times, Coconut Snowballs (a two-hour dish) 400 times and Spitfire Roasted Chicken (a 24-hour dish) 150 times. If these Gingerbread Man and Coconut Snowball dishes don't look familiar to you, you'll need to first finish some of the days' tasks in the Winterfest goals before you'll receive them as prizes. If you're still working on earning them yourself, you can rely on up to 12 friends to help you out instead, as you can bring that many friends in on this order with you.
In addition to these three cooking tasks, you'll need to collect 15 Dolls, 15 Holiday Lights and 12 Video Games. All three of these items are earned through individual requests sent to your Cafe World neighbors.
If you can finish all six of these tasks within just three days, you'll receive the 3-star rating, 15 Catering Points, 7,500 Cafe Points, 200,000 coins and the Pinwheel Cookies holiday recipe. If you can't finish within three days, but still complete this order within five, you'll receive two-stars, 10 Catering Points, 5,000 Cafe Points and 125,000 coins. Finally, for finishing at any point after the first five days have passed, you'll receive just a one-star rating, 5 Catering Points, 3,000 Cafe Points and 75,000 coins. Remember, you must finish this one within three days for the free recipe, so if you have spices around that will help you finish these cooking tasks more quickly, feel free to use them.
This is apparently just the first of multiple Catering Orders that will launch in association with the Winterfest event this month, and we'll make sure to bring you complete guides to finishing any additional orders just as soon as we know more.
Check out the rest of our Holiday 2011 coverage right here.
What do you think of this Help Out the Toy Drive Catering Order? Will you jump straight into finishing it, or will you try to finish some generic goals first? Sound off in the comments.