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WhisperSlowly
01-09-15, 12:09 AM
This could both a functional and an aesthetic feature (as it seems weird to have a kitchen without a refrigerator of some sort).

Say we have completed recipes on the stoves/ovens, but don't have any free counter space at the moment to sell them. We could store them in the fridge to then display later, while being able to work on new recipes on those now free stoves/ovens.

To make it a bit more challenging, you could even have it so that food spoils in the fridge if not put on a counter after a specific time period.

Buttercup0001
01-09-15, 02:39 AM
This could both a functional and an aesthetic feature (as it seems weird to have a kitchen without a refrigerator of some sort).

Say we have completed recipes on the stoves/ovens, but don't have any free counter space at the moment to sell them. We could store them in the fridge to then display later, while being able to work on new recipes on those now free stoves/ovens.

To make it a bit more challenging, you could even have it so that food spoils in the fridge if not put on a counter after a specific time period.

Excellent suggestion. I second that. :D

lncomparable
01-09-15, 03:23 AM
Maybe besides the food being spoilt after some time, perhaps it would be necessary to re-heat the food after storage ��.