"We need a galley. Doc reported this morning: “We have enough people in the bay now that we need to formalize our food consumption, dietary requirements and dining schedule. This is essential in order to maximize productivity, health, and psychological endurance.” Doc thinks he has discovered one of the oldest truths on any ship in human history: A crew needs chow. If it’s hot, tasty, and fresh then it’s even better. Now if we just had some grog to ration…"
This is a creation for "The Final Countdown"
I am a bit rushed for time now but I will write more about it soon.
About this creation
A table for six
"Don't you dare touch my chicken"
"Oh, I DO dare to touch you're chicken!"
The tray deposit
The tray deposit empty
The line, tray pickup, and menu
The serving counter
Our head chef, Master Cook Terry, with his delicious food and super-quick food prep.
The food prep. counter
The sink, where you can wash trays and slide them back into the pickup. You can also see three sauces stored under a shelf.
A fold-out stove
What food looks like, and what food actually is are two ENTIRELY different things.
Golden Fury, I rather enjoyed your take on the challenge. The tray-disposal slot was brilliant, and I liked your rack of various sauces. This is quality from top to bottom. I wish you well with the XCOM!