APRICOT SCONES

APRICOT SCONES

NEW CUSTOM FOOD


Adds a custom homestyle recipe to the game – Apricot Scones
Fluffy scones served with apricot jam and clotted cream

⇨Requires Custom Food Interactions_Latestversion

RECIPE DETAILS

  • Serving :Single, Family and Party Serving Option 
  • Optional Ingredient : 1 Apricot + 1 Vanilla + 4 simoleon flat fee for Single Dish 
  • Recipes can still be cooked if the sim does not have the required ingredients. Custom ingrediets are optional.
  • Cooking skill (Homestyle) needed – Level 6
  • Menu : Available from Custom Gourmet Food Menu on Fridge, Stove, and toddler menus. Also appears under Dessert menus
  • Restaurant : Compatible with Dine Out. Appears in the restaurant menu under  Dessert .

OTHER INFO ABOUT RECIPES

  • Vegeterian
  • Requires Power to cook
  • Compatible with Freegan trait
  • Compatible with Discovering University
  • Compatible with RoM (Can be duplicated)
  • Compatible with City Living
  • Toddler compatible (aka toddlers can eat the food on floor, high chairs, sofa)
  • Pets Compatible – pets can interact with them and also eat them if they have the glutton trait 
  • Compatible with Parenthood GP (Can be packed into Sack lunch)
  • Has Custom Single and multi Plates and props



DLC Requirement :  Base game Compatible

Made with Game Version : PC: 1.64.84.1020 / Mac: 1.64.84.1220
Conflicts: Should not conflict with any other mod

Files Required :

Custom Food Interactions_Latestversion

OPTIONAL Files Required :
Harvestable Apricot

PolyCount : Single -690v/1106p(high),492v/710p (med) ; Multi – 1656v/2636p (high), 1073v/1492p (med)

Public Release Available on 4.08.2020

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