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13th Jul '17 2:25:21 AM SilentStranger
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* The ''LuckyLuke'' album ''La Diligence'' had a RunningGag where every one of the cooks at the stagecoach stops only knew how to make (or possibly only had the resources for) bacon and beans. Taken UpToEleven during the high-class dinner at the end, where they STILL only serve bacon and beans, with some random extra ingredients added for each dish. To say the characters are sick of bacon and beans at that point is an understatement.
** Despite his love of food, Averell Dalton is an absolutely horrendous cook, the only food he can prepare with any degree of edibility is curried eggs (though in ''Dalton City'', Lucky Luke claims that the dish is inedible, though he might just have been screwing with Averell as part of his plan)
2nd Jul '17 7:33:43 AM NNinja
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* Inverted in ''VideoGame/RPGShooterStarwish''. SupremeChef Johnny can make everything delicious ''except'' one thing: Eternal Swamp Gumboo.
26th Jun '17 7:40:51 AM Nihachi
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**It applies to an extent for many other restaurants in Japan, especially food stalls. Rather than cooking foods with a multitude of techniques, restaurants tend to specialize in one, and then tend to innovate around that. For example, a shop may only make yakitori (grilled chicken on skewers) but will have dozens of combinations of different seasonings and cuts of chicken (wing sections, thighs, breast, tenderloin, gizzards, livers, hearts, etc.) with which they make their mark.
3rd Jun '17 7:00:05 AM ReikoKazama
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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).

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* Papyrus from ''VideoGames/{{Undertale}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' can only cook spaghetti, and even that is [[LethalChef barely edible]] (although he seems to be steadily, albeit very slowly, improving at it).
18th Apr '17 5:48:37 PM nombretomado
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* ''StreetFighterIV'' gives us [[MaskedLuchador El Fuerte]], who is apparently very good when cooking Mexican Food. However, when he wants to experiment with any other kind of food, he turns into a CordonBleughChef. And he'll gladly prepare some food to any opponent he defeats...

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* ''StreetFighterIV'' ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' gives us [[MaskedLuchador El Fuerte]], who is apparently very good when cooking Mexican Food. However, when he wants to experiment with any other kind of food, he turns into a CordonBleughChef. And he'll gladly prepare some food to any opponent he defeats...
13th Apr '17 9:32:03 AM Prometheus117
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'': The episode "Fed Up" reveals that Lynn Sr. only knows 7 recipes, which he repeats every week. Justified since the Louds are on a budget and have to cook for 13 different people.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'': The episode "Fed Up" reveals that Lynn Sr. only knows 7 recipes, which he repeats every week. Justified {{Justified}} since [[RealityEnsues the Louds are on a budget and have to cook for feed 13 different people.
people]], so preparing large enough nutritious meals for everyone can be difficult.



* Certain japanese sushi cooks have this. Becoming a cook in a sushi restaurant is a long procedure of learning (7 years, to be exact, and the first year of that is literally nothing but learning how to sharpen the knives), if wanting to be one that is allowed to serve [[MasochistsMeal blowfish]], they need to do a additional apprenticeship of several years. It happens that certain cooks are so specialized at sashimi, that they don't even know how to work a pan or how to cook rice themselfs, having sous chefs that do that for them.

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* Certain japanese sushi cooks have this. Becoming a cook in a sushi restaurant is a long procedure of learning (7 years, to be exact, and the first year of that is literally nothing but learning how to sharpen the knives), if wanting to be one that is allowed to serve [[MasochistsMeal blowfish]], they need to do a additional apprenticeship of several years. It happens that certain cooks are so specialized at sashimi, that they don't even know how to work a pan or how to cook rice themselfs, themselves, having sous chefs that do that for them.
13th Apr '17 8:32:01 AM BoukenDutch
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'': The episode "Fed Up" reveals that Lynn Sr. only knows 7 recipes, which he repeats every week. Justified since the Louds are on a budget and have to cook for 13 different people.
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).
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