Chowder had received some supplies from Gazpacho and started to run back towards Mung Daal Catering, but when he grew tired, he decided to jump on a piston and take a shortcut. At Mung Daal Catering, Truffles answered the telephone and wrote down a customer’s order, and when Chowder fell through the ceiling, she handed him the note and told him to give it to Mung Daal. Chowder went into the kitchen and Mung Daal took the note, but he then asked Chowder what he did with the rest of the supplies. Chowder told him that he had snacked a little on the way home, so Chowder ordered him to spit up what he ate, as he needed the supplies for cooking.
As Chowder spat up the supplies, Mung Daal and Shnitzel argued over allowing Chowder to help out. Mung Daal decided to let him, as they needed to cook a froggy apple crumple thumpkin. After Chowder had spat the supplies out, Shnitzel stepped out of the frame and shook the scene, which cleaned up the mess. Mung Daal then told Chowder that he needed to be focused, as they were making an advanced level dish; Shnitzel then raised the two of them on a harness, to consult with the really, really, really big book of recipes. Mung Daal showed Chowder the ingredients they needed and told his young apprentice that it was time to make the dish.
For step one, Mung Daal showed Chowder a white cube, which he called the no fruit. Chowder ate it, though discovered that it had no taste; Mung Daal then pulled one of its leaves, which caused it to transform into many different fruit, only to settle on a specific shape once it’s hit by the chef. Mung Daal, Shnitzel and Chowder then moved on to use the no fruit to make a bunch of apples, though they stopped when a no fruit turned into a monster, which attacked Shnitzel. For step two, they sliced up some twelve legged cave frog meat, but when Chowder decided to taste the explosive stink sack, he accidentally set it off and tossed it at Shnitzel, causing him to stink.
Step eight required Chowder to roll a barrel down a ramp, which Shnitzel pierced with a spike in mid-air; the substance then poured into a pot. Step twenty-three required Shnitzel to help Chowder get something out of a cabinet, only to be attacked by the monster that attacked him earlier. Step forty-six required Shnitzel to heat an oven. Step fifty-two required everyone to drink some juice. For step sixty-eight, Mung Daal told Chowder that they were on the final step, and all they had to do was defeat the froggy apple crumple thumpkin at a game of thumb wrestling. A giant hand emerged from the pot, just as the customer walked into Mung Daal Catering.
Mung Daal began to wrestle with the giant hand, but it proved to be too much for him, so he tagged Chowder and switched places with him. Chowder refused to fight the giant hand, as he was afraid of it, though Mung Daal reminded him that a chef must always taste their dish before serving it. Chowder then stopped being afraid and bit off the giant hand’s thumb, causing it to become afraid of him; it then reverted back to its dish form and went to the customer. Mung Daal told the customer to run away with the dish, as Chowder would have tried to steal the dish from him and eat it for himself. After the customer got away, everyone was happy that things went well. Share this article with your friends