Make the Most of Grahm’s Meat Cook in Fallout 76

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Following its rough launch, Fallout 76 turned around to become one of the most entertaining experiences in gaming today. I’ve spent countless hundreds of hours across multiplayer characters enjoying Appalachia, and a big part of that is because of the regular events and community. Now, it’s time for Meat Week! Here’s how to make the most of Grahm’s Meat Cook in Fallout 76!

What is Grahm’s Meat Cook in Fallout 76?

First and foremost, what the heck is Grahm’s Meat Cook? It’s a seasonal public event that takes place every so often as part of the Meat Week Community Event. During this seasonal event, players will take part in the Primal Cuts Event, which occurs every 15 minutes in there of the five regions across the map. If you take part, you’ll earn items and rewards to help Grahm’s Meat Cook—the second event of the season—succeed!

When Does Grahm’s Meat Cook Start?

As mentioned, you can take part in Primal Cuts every 15 minutes in three unique zones across Appalachia. As for Grahm’s Meat Cook, it begins on the hour, every hour.

You can find Grahm’s Meat Cook south of Fallout 76 and northwest of the Moonshiner’s Shack. It’s hard to miss, as everything is on fire and glowing.

What to do With Prime Meat in Fallout 76

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Prime Meat is the key ingredient to Meat Week. You’ll accumulate as much as possible before bringing the entire lot to Grahm’s Meat Cook. There, during the secondary event, you’ll unlock Legendary Scrip.

You want Legendary Scrip, as it allows you to purchase Legendary Items and Components from Purveyor Murmrgh.

How to Get Prime Meat

To get Prime Meat in Fallout 76, you must take part in Primal Cuts. It appears on the map every 15 minutes in three different zones across the game world, so keep an eye out. Upon completing the community event, you’ll earn Prime Meat as a reward, which you’ll later bring to Grahm’s Meat Cook.

Primal Cuts tasks players with banging a drum in the center of the arena to attract predators. You’ll then fight waves of various creatures, with each wave becoming progressively larger and more challenging. The final wave culminates in a boss fight, which is typically a legendary monster.

Once finished, you’ll earn Prime Meat!

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