An Updated Version Of Emily's Taste Of Fame
Delicious: Emily's Taste of Fame

Release date

June 3, 2009



Available for

PC, Mac, Android, Kindle





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Delicious: Emily's Taste of Fame is the fourth installment of the Delicious series. GameHouse released it on June 3, 2009.

This game takes the series to the next level with the inclusion of 'special events' that need to be completed separately from the normal time management gameplay, as well as a change in how the storyline is displayed: from classic cutscenes to an inclusion during the gameplay. With a cast of more than 30 characters, Emily's Taste of Fame had with the largest cast of talking characters and the largest number of emotions per character of any time management game that was available to the public at the time of its release.

The game is available for PC desktop at GameHouse[1] and for Mac at Apple Store[2]. It has been also made available for Android devices at Google Play[3] and for Kindle at Amazon[4].

There are walkthroughs available at GameHouse’s official blog page[5] and at Gamezebo[6].


Emily is offered a chance to host her own cooking show on television. Unfortunately, her car breaks down during the trip. As she waits to get her car fixed, Emily decides to lend a helping hand to others in Snuggford. When she finally reaches the studio, she realizes that the show isn't about making people happy with her cooking at all, but instead focuses on advertising and making money. Emily isn't happy with her TV show and decides to leave and return to Snuggford.


Recurring CharactersEdit

New CharactersEdit


The BasicsEdit

Main article: Gameplay

While holding on the the main concept of preparing and serving products, Emily's Taste of Fame introduced storyline-related events that would need to be completed apart from Emily's regular tasks for bonus points. Some of these include finding hidden objects hidden throughout the restaurant, receiving packages from the postman, and repairing broken tables.

New FeaturesEdit

  • Events that Emily must complete in between her normal tasks.
  • Cutscenes now take place during gameplay, with characters conveying emotion through a wide range of different sprites.
  • Orders can come on drive-thru; If you deliver the order before the car arrives you gain 50 points for quick delivery.
  • Decorations now function as upgrades, ie. increasing Emily's efficiency or customer patience.
  • New customer types: biggies, yuppies, farmers, designers

Customer TypesEdit

Main article: Customers
  • Regular
  • Elderly
  • Children
  • Biggies
  • Designer
  • Farmer
  • Yuppie


See also: Mouse Mini-challenge

As in the previous game, there is a hidden mouse for each day of every level, making a total of 50 hidden mice. You have up to four opportunities to catch the mouse by clicking on him when he appears. He will squeak right before he pops his head out of his hiding spot, so listen carefully. Catching the Mouse gives you 100 extra points.


See also: Trophies, Easter eggs


There are approximately 18 unlockable trophies in the game.They come in the form of fireworks at the trunk of Emily's car. Acquired trophies can be viewed at the end of the game or anytime following in the Trophies menu.

Easter EggsEdit

There are a total of 10 GameHouse Easter Eggs hidden in the game. If an object looks particularly out of place, click on it to reveal a secret.


See also: Storyline, Products, Decorations

Betty's Drive ThruEdit

Plot Overview: One month ago… There’s a car wreck out front. Emily and Francois enter a little diner called Betty’s Drive Thru. They’ll need to have their car towed and fixed, but they don’t have any money! Taking pity on them, Betty, the owner, decides Emily can work at the diner to earn the money she’ll need to have her car fixed.

Betty’s Drive Thru is an old 90’s drive-thru restaurant owned by Betty. It has 9 unique deliverable items.

  • Ready to serve items:
    • Donut
    • Chips
    • Soda
    • Coffee
    • Chocolate muffins
  • Combining items:
    • Hamburger buns combined with:
      • Lettuce
      • Cheese slice
      • Burger patty
  • Baked items:
    • Waffles (stocked up to 9) combined with:
      • Chocolate syrup
      • Whipped cream
  • Timer items:
    • Banana milkshake
    • Strawberry milkshake

The decoration is exhibited on François' decoration catalog. There are 6 decorations available to be bought, costing a total of $2.000:

  • Authentic Chair: These superbly soft chairs increase the patience of your customers. Cost: $400
  • Classical Lamp: The soft light of this lamp will surely add to your tip. Cost: $100
  • Shiny Kitchen: With this state of art kitchen, you will prepare food a lot faster. Top Quality - ”The best kitchen all-around” François, interior decorator. Cost: $400
  • Hurricane Fan: Keep your bar customers cool with this stormfan, less hot-headedness guaranteed. “Blows you away” Cost: $200
  • 60’s Jukebox: Music is a sure way to keep your customers happy, can’t go wrong with the classics. Top Quality Cost : $600
  • Commercial Sign: People enjoy watching this sign while waiting for the drive-thru, see your tips increase. Cost: $300

The cleaner of this restaurant is Betty, unlocked on Day 3. The entertainer is Elvis. He is unlocked on Day 7.

Mo's FarmEdit

Plot Overview: Admittedly, Mo’s not much of a farmer, and he asks for Emily’s help getting the farm back up and running. A woman who lives in the area notices the farm is back open for business and promises to spread the word.

Mo's Farm is an old farm owned by Mo. It has 14 unique deliverable items.

  • Ready to serve items:
    • Corn
    • Bread loaf
    • Sliced bread
    • Lemonade
    • Eggs
  • Combining items:
    • Jar combined with:
      • Green apple (to make jam)
      • Cherry (to make jam)
  • Baked items:
    • Pie mold (stocked up to 4) combined with:
      • Green apple
      • Cherry
  • Stocking items:
    • Fruits
      • Green apple (stocked up to 8)
      • Cherry (stocked up to 8)
    • Dairy products (stocked up to 4):
      • Milk (1st option)
      • Yoghurt (2nd option)
      • Butter (3rd option)

The decoration is exhibited on François' decoration catalog. There are 6 decorations available to be bought, costing a total of $2.000:

  • Sunflowers: Add these flowers to the cow’s diet and the time it takes to milk it decreases. “They smell lovely…” Cost: $300
  • Lantern: The lantern shows a bonus customer the way to the farm. Top Quality Cost: $400
  • Kitchen: Preparation will go a lot faster with this authentic kitchen. Top Quality - ”With authentic woodwork” François, interior decorator. Cost: $600
  • Wooden Wagon: This wagon gives your restaurant style, tips of line customers will increase. Cost: $200
  • Tables and Chairs: These wooden chairs will make your table customers a lot more patient. Cost: $300
  • Grand Pumpkins: The roots of these will increase the growth speed of your fruit. Top Quality Cost: $200

Charles' Candy ShopEdit

Plot Overview: Emily convinces Charles to let her work at the Candy Shop temporarily while trying to think of a solution to save it. An under-enthusiastic candy maker agrees.

  • Ready to serve items:
    • Pink juice
    • Chocolate shake
    • Gumballs
  • Combining items:
    • Candy apple combined with:
      • Strawberry sauce
      • Chocolate sauce
      • Marshmallows
      • Fruit
  • Baked items:
    • Cupcake
    • Chocolate chip cookie
  • Stocking items:
    • Lollipop
    • Cucumber-shaped candy
    • Heart candy
    • Chocolate
    • Wrapped candy
    • Gumdrop
    • Candy cane
    • Green candy
    • Mini cake

The TV StudioEdit

Plot Overview: It’s Emily’s first day at the TV Studio, and uh-oh, we’re live in 3, 2, 1…

  • Ready to serve items:
    • Yellow cake
    • Brown cake
    • Wine
    • Milk
    • Lemonade pitcher
    • Lemonade glass
  • Combining items:
    • Pizza
      • Salt and pepper
  • Baked items:
    • Steak
    • Mushroom
    • Fish
    • Lasagna
  • Stocking items:
    • Leaves
    • Vegetable greens

Snuggford FairEdit

Plot Overview: Emily and Francois arrive at the fair, but no one’s there! Maggie, the mayor, shows up and tells Emily because of cutbacks, no one could be hired to operate the stands. Emily volunteers.

  • Ready to serve items:
    • Strawberry juice
    • Orange juice
    • Teddy bear
    • Flowers
  • Combining items:
    • Popcorn (salted and unsalted)
  • Baked items:
    • Pancake combined with:
      • Syrup
      • Sugar

  • Timed items:
    • Cotton candy (pink and blue)
    • Balloons (orange and blue)


Delicious - Emily's Taste of Fame was nominated in the 2010 GameHouse Great Game Awards in the categories Game of the Year, Game of the Year People's Choice, and Top Time Management Games. It won the award in the category of Top Time Manegement Games.

The game received a rating of 4.5/5 stars on Gamezebo, the highest rating of any game of the series up until then.

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