I'm sure the Chocolate Nutcracker will be a popular item (at least at first) since there is a chance of acquiring a collectible card with it. According to the current cooking menu, a chef with 100 skill (and using no tokens) can expect the following success rates when making the different chocolates that can be crafted currently: Dark Chocolate: 100% success rate / 100% chance for exceptional. Milk Chocolate: 90% success rate / 45% chance for exceptional. White Chocolate: 63.3% success rate / 18.3% chance for exceptional. I'm wondering if the drop rate for the cards is likely to be affected in any way by the difficulty level in crafting the different chocolates. Would milk chocolate produce a card more often than dark, and white more often than the other two? Or would "exceptional" be the qualifier, if there is one? I'm looking forward to finding out. _______________________________________ Edit: Hmmm... perhaps, in my initial enthusiasm, I spoke too soon. With the lack of activity in this particular forum, combined with cooking having become a sidelined skill over the years, I doubt much attention would have been given to any extra coding for the card drops. It's probably the same chance, regardless of which kind of chocolate is crafted.