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22nd Jan '17 1:52:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* Most of Miss Mush's food in the {{Wayside}} series causes extremely bizarre side effects, so the students avoid it. The exception is milk [[spoiler: and nothing. Some students even got seconds of nothing, but then Miss Mush ran out of nothing.]]

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* Most of Miss Mush's food in the {{Wayside}} ''Literature/WaysideSchool'' series causes extremely bizarre side effects, so the students avoid it. The exception is milk [[spoiler: and nothing. Some students even got seconds of nothing, but then Miss Mush ran out of nothing.]]
14th Jan '17 10:00:11 PM JapaneseTeeth
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* ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'': Aizawa is, at best, a mediocre cook. Except when it comes to cakes, which she can produce with SupremeChef level skill. Oddly, she herself doesn't seem to be aware that her cakes are far superior to her other food, even when other characters point it out.
* ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'': Centorea is a good cook by centaur standards, but since centaurs are herbivores, her food is generally limited to raw vegetables.
24th Nov '16 9:31:16 AM Random888
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* In ''[[ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}} A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving]]'', Charlie Brown expresses (and demonstrates) an inability to make anything other than cold cereal "and maybe toast". He serves cold cereal again in ''WesternAnimation/RaceForYourLifeCharlieBrown'', (though apparently no one else even thought to ''bring'' food on their river-raft expedition).

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* In ''[[ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}} A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving]]'', ''WesternAnimation/ACharlieBrownThanksgiving'', Charlie Brown expresses (and demonstrates) an inability to make anything other than cold cereal "and maybe toast". He serves cold cereal again in ''WesternAnimation/RaceForYourLifeCharlieBrown'', (though apparently no one else even thought to ''bring'' food on their river-raft expedition).
5th Nov '16 6:25:12 PM nombretomado
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** Chef Duff from ''Series/AceOfCakes'' subverted this when he performed on ''IronChef America'', and made excellent food. He still lost to Michael Symon, though.
** Bobby Flay gets accusations of this. While he's usually not abysmal at cooking outside of his element, his style heavily leans on usage of hot peppers - you can practically predict how close of a match he'll have in ''IronChef'' or ''Throwdown'' based on how well the secret ingredient/proposed dish would work with spicy peppers thrown in.

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** Chef Duff from ''Series/AceOfCakes'' subverted this when he performed on ''IronChef ''Series/IronChef America'', and made excellent food. He still lost to Michael Symon, though.
** Bobby Flay gets accusations of this. While he's usually not abysmal at cooking outside of his element, his style heavily leans on usage of hot peppers - you can practically predict how close of a match he'll have in ''IronChef'' ''Series/IronChef'' or ''Throwdown'' based on how well the secret ingredient/proposed dish would work with spicy peppers thrown in.
24th Sep '16 7:39:58 AM SaraJaye
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* Shannon Blake of ''WebOriginal/TheWarComms'' is an excellent baker, but struggles with everything else. She's trying to change this.
30th Aug '16 10:36:01 PM SilentStranger
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* Superboy in ''WithThisRing'' is this trope. He's a kryptonian-human hyrbid clone created by Cadmus Labs who programmed him with a variety of knowledge, but for one reason or another, only bothered to teach him two recipes, beef bourguignon and baked pears. This is actually a comic reference, the Silver Age Supermans favorite food was Beef Bourguignon with ketchup.
27th Aug '16 6:35:18 AM jormis29
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* Everyone who cooks in Mordavia in ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryIV'' has some kind of compulsion to put garlic in ''everything''. Lots and lots of garlic. [[spoiler: It might have something to do with the vampires running around, or that the creature that acts as the Dark One's symbol likes garlic.]]

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* Everyone who cooks in Mordavia in ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryIV'' has some kind of compulsion to put garlic in ''everything''. Lots and lots of garlic. [[spoiler: It might have something to do with [[VampiresHateGarlic the vampires vampires]] running around, or that the creature that acts as the Dark One's symbol likes garlic.]]
7th Aug '16 5:14:47 PM nombretomado
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* ComicBook/GreenArrow is legendary amongst the hero community in TheDCU for his chilli recipe. There is zero indication that he knows how to cook anything else.

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* ComicBook/GreenArrow is legendary amongst the hero community in TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU for his chilli recipe. There is zero indication that he knows how to cook anything else.
14th Jul '16 2:39:34 PM aziuka
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* Papyrus from ''VideoGames/{{Undertale}}'' can only cook spaghetti, and even that is [[LethalChef barely edible]] (although he seems to be steadily, albeit very slowly, improving at it).
8th May '16 5:38:17 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** Chef Duff from ''AceOfCakes'' subverted this when he performed on ''IronChef America'', and made excellent food. He still lost to Michael Symon, though.

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** Chef Duff from ''AceOfCakes'' ''Series/AceOfCakes'' subverted this when he performed on ''IronChef America'', and made excellent food. He still lost to Michael Symon, though.
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