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Sneak Peek: Build Station Part 1

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By , January 25, 2016 11:21 am

Hey Everyone!

Usually when we preview a Gameria, we save the stations for last.  But this week, we wanted to break from that tradition and show off part of the Build Station in Papa’s Bakeria.

After you have taken down your customers order, you’ll first need to head to the Build Station. A panel door will slide open, revealing your available pie crusts…

The bottom box on the ticket denotes which pie crust your customer would like. You’ll then grab the correct crust from the deep container and drag it into your pie pan. Once the crust is resting securely in the pan, the door will automatically close and the pan will slide up and into position.

From there, a large filling tube will lower, along with a fill gauge and topping buttons. You will notice on the ticket that it calls for 75% Apple and 25% Pecan. You will first click on the apple button and press the green “Pour” button. You will want to stop as soon as the bar reaches the third line.

After that, you will choose the Pecan button, and fill it up to the top.

Once the pie is completely filled, it will move onto the second phase of the Build Station, but we must save that for a future post. Although it seems like a lot of steps, the actual process is fast and smooth!

 

 

Stay tuned for more sneak peeks of Papa’s Bakeria!!

 

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Foodini’s Friday Games!

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By , January 22, 2016 5:04 pm
       
       
 
       
 
Welcome to Winkletown
You are Winkletown’s head detective and need to solve all manner of crimes by using questioning, wit and the power of deduction! Play Now!
Caravan Beast
Collect all the beast and become the best Beast Master!
Play Now!
Bullet Phaze
The bits have been kidnapped and it’s up to you to save them! Navigate seemingly impossible levels by using your ability to phaze through bullets and other obstacles. Play Now!

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Penny: All Cleaned Up!

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By , January 21, 2016 8:30 am

Hey Everyone!

Penny has been around since the pixelated days of Papa Louie: When Pizzas Attack! Now she’s all cleaned up and better than ever!

 

Stay tuned for more sneak peeks of Papa’s Bakeria!!

 

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Papa’s Cook Book: Romano Quartet Pizza

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By , January 20, 2016 9:17 am

1: Prepare the Pizza Dough
For the Romano Quartet Pizza, we have included recipes to make your own dough and pizza sauce from scratch. However, we understand if you don’t have time/resources to do these extra steps. If you want to use pre-made dough or sauce, that is totally fine.To make the dough, it helps to have an Electric Mixing Bowl, but you can mix it by hand too. First, mix the yeast, sugar, water and lard in a large bowl until they are fully blended together. Then, pour in the flour and salt and mix everything together. Make sure the dough is smooth and free of any lumps. Take the dough out and grease the bowl with olive oil to prevent sticking.

Place the dough back in the bowl, cover it with plastic wrap, and let it sit for an hour or so. By that time, the dough should have doubled in size thanks to the yeast. Dust your work surface with flour, and pour out the dough. Roll the dough around and into a nice ball shape and let it sit. After 15 minutes it should be ready to go.

 

2: Prepare the Pizza Sauce
Simply add all the pizza sauce ingredients into a medium size bowl and mix them together until thoroughly blended.

 

3: Building the Pizza’s Base
Take your dough and roll it out into a large disk. Place it on your pizza cooking pan/stone. Using a ladle or spoon, add an even coating of pizza sauce over the pizza. Around the pizza, leave sauceless border about a half inch thick for the crust. Then, cover the sauce with plenty of shredded Mozzarella cheese.

 

4: Adding the Toppings
Chop your Bell Pepper, Pepperoni, and Italian Sausage into thin slices. Visually divide your pizza into 4 quadrants. In the top left corner place 6 Bell Pepper slices. In the top right corner, place 6 mushrooms. In the bottom right corner, place 6 slices of pepperoni. Finally, in the bottom left corner, place 6 slices of italian sausage.

 

5: Cook and Enjoy!
Preheat your oven to 450°F (232°C). Place your pizza in the oven, and cook for 15-20 minutes.Once it’s fully cooked, remove the pizza from the oven, and cut the pizza into 8 slices. Let it cool for a few minutes, then enjoy your Romano Quartet Pizza!

 

 

Hope you enjoyed this week’s recipe from Papa’s Cook Book! If you made this delicious dish, we would love to see how it turned out. Send pictures of your masterpiece to info@flipline.com, or post them on our facebook wall, or upload them to the Papa’s Cook Book section of our Forum!

So last time, we had you make a Gingerbread Men. Let’s see some fan-made examples:

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Flipdeck 153: Mr. Sherbet

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By , January 19, 2016 9:40 am

Name:
Mr. Sherbet
First Appearance:
Info:
Mr. Sherbet is the Neapolitown elder, the oldest Scoopian in the town. He can still remember back in the days, when the town was nothing more than a small harbor, with four families and an old Syrup Mill. Growing up he worked with his father, Felix Sorbet, repairing boats. Now retired, Mr. Sherbet keeps active by taking daily walks around town, visiting his friends, and checking on the local shops.

 

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