With the release of Revolution 13, players are able to virtually make and cook food by using Ore, Gold, or a specific item that listed on the recipe to cook a dish on the new featured furniture, Tea Table.
The results, Food, are items which either can be used as a separate slot in battles, gardening, or boost rewards.
Similarly to Crafting, the higher Cooking skill you achieve the more recipes are obtained but in order to use high level of Cooking recipes you may have to buy AP Tea Table through Antique Dealer. However, for those who do not wish to spend AP, you can use the novice Tea Table which is optimized to cook food up to level 2 recipes. (You can still cook higher level recipes, but then you will get penality points on cooking process until you rise Cooking Level further, which wil eventually reduce penality points down and then gain some bonus points afterward)
In order to start cooking you need recipes and either one of the Tea Tables.Talk to Master Craftsman, can be found in the Market, and complete the Craftman's Request quest. Upon S-ranking you will receive the novice Tea Table in addition to the regular quest reward. If you have
already completed the quest, the tea-table will be sent to your house and you will receive meat,soup and tea recipe. Go to your garden and place the Tea Table via Garden Management.
Preparing the food
Select a recipe of desire and select the how to make it from either:
-Item(Different recipe require different item)
Depending on the level of tea table,the way to prepare it, the level of the recipe and your cooking experience(I mean In-game), the amount taken to make the food completed is different. Once the food is done, you can either leave the cooked dish for guests or have it / eat it. Each type of food has various effects and some types can be used in battles as well as using regular items.
Only 5 food can be keep at 1 time and they don't have any expiration. To view the type of food that has been prepared and the effect it has, player can view it in the character info.
In addition to cooking on your own tea table, you can visit friend's and guest's gardens and cook on their Tea Tables. The Eat Out number determines how much food you can steal from other Tea Tables. To increase this number, all players have to do is cook on Tea Tables other than their own. The maximum Eat Out number a player can have at a time, is 255. Your eat out number is located in your character info(below the food inventory).
Food recipes can be found in this page