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This cook can whip up confections that make taste buds weep with joy, and make characters want to stuff themselves, because the food [[ImpossiblyDeliciousFood is that good.]] Be warned, though, this character takes insults to their art ''very'' personally!

Often the TeamChef. If there are more than one, a CookingDuel is inevitable.

Naturally the best friend of the BigEater, if they're not the same person.

This chef may engage in ThroughHisStomach, but as a general expression of affection, or even a generalized benevolence, not a particular sign of deep passion. YourFavorite is similarly not a profound gesture when made by this chef. They might provoke a HeelFaceTurn [[TastesLikeFriendship through the power of their cooking.]]

The output of a Supreme Chef is often FoodPorn and DeliciousDistraction. Compare ChefOfIron.

Contrast LethalChef.
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* Tonio from the fourth part ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' is an odd example; his ability is centered around making incredibly tasty food that will leave you ''literally spewing your guts out''. As it turns out, however, this seemingly nasty side-effect actually leaves you healthier than before; since it's actually expelling and replacing damaged/infected tissue. And it's really good food on top of all that. Even the ''water'' at his place is godly (and if you didn't sleep well last night, you'll literally cry your eyes out - but then you'll feel refreshed).
* Sunako from ''Manga/TheWallflower'' is an excellent cook, especially with Japanese food.
* Yamino from ''Manga/MythicalDetectiveLokiRagnarok''. He's good enough to satisfy even Thor.
* Oddly enough, Haruhi in ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' turns out to be this as part of her [[TeamMom Team Mom]] persona later in the books. She says she learned because her mom is a [[LethalChef Lethal Chef]]. When she cooks for a sick brigade member Kyon thinks ''it might actually work''.
--> '''Kyon''': I could easily see your average cold virus fleeing in the face of this kind of power. Any bacteria with an instinct for self-preservation would be wanting out about now.
* Brock from ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' has learned to be a great chef from years of taking care of his siblings.
** Later on Cilan now fills in this role.
** [[BigEater Diamond]] from ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' is discovered to be this later on; Pearl isn't so surprised.
* Almost everyone in ''Manga/ChuukaIchiban''. To add more relevance? A very good chef is named "Senior Chef". An incredible chef? ''Supreme'' Chef.
* Almost everyone in ''Manga/YakitateJapan''. Okay, so it's more of Supreme Baker. Close enough.
* Sanji from ''Manga/OnePiece''. As well as Zeff, but Sanji seems to have surpassed the teacher.
* Satsuki Yotsuba in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' is likely the best cook in her school, which is quite impressive given that said school has over 30,000 students. She even has her own (extremely successful) restaurant.
** To give an idea of her skill, one ''sip'' of her stamina soup was enough to make Negi go from tired to HotBlooded.
* Hayate of ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'' has this among his "so domestic that women are jealous and threatened" skills. Hinagiku can also cook well enough to impress Hayate, and Maria is shown to be on par with both of them, even able to make things look extremely fancy without sacrificing the taste.
* Najika, the main character of ''Manga/KitchenPrincess'' has an absolute sense of taste and is constantly amazing the other characters not just with her delicious food, but often with her presentation, as well. She always thinks about the person she's cooking for and makes a dish to suit them.
* Mai Tokiha from ''Anime/MaiHime'' is such a good cook that her adopted friend [[DarkMagicalGirl Mikoto]] even cries when she has to settle for someone else's ramen.
* There a whole bunch of these and wannabes in ''Manga/{{Oishinbo}}''.
* The main character Taisuke from ''Manga/AliveTheFinalEvolution'' is an incredible chef considering the dishes he makes while on the road.
* All of the female suitors, and [[RealMenWearPink Ranma Saotome]], on ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' other than Akane is one of these, and she wants to be one.
** Ranma's mother, Nodoka, is [[TakeOurWordForIt supposed to be truly remarkable]] --as spoken by a man who often indulges in every kind of food he can snatch.
** Kasumi Tendo of course, in her role as replacement mom for the Tendo household. Her food is supposedly on the same level as Nodoka's - in other words, pretty much perfect.
* Sasami of ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' is an excellent chef. In the manga, she was so good that she even baked her sister a carrot cake that she loves despite the fact that Ayeka hates carrots. Sasami even competes in an ''IronChef''-style CookingDuel with several other child chefs.
** In ''Sasami: Magical Girls Club,'' though it's the spinoff most far removed from the source material, this remains. Sasami ''Iwakura'' cooking for her family while her parents sit and await her masterpiece is not an uncommon sight, and this version is ''not'' ReallySevenHundredYearsOld.
** Don't forget Airi, who in her spare time between running Galaxy Police Academy, politicking, spying and berserking when someone would [[BerserkButton call her "granma"]], runs a very successful little restaurant. Note that they ''both'' learned to cook from [[MagnificentBastard Seto]]. [[RedBaron Demon Princess of Jurai]] has many talents indeed.
** But note that this paragon of culinary genius (she also taught Noike and Rhea, apparently) utterly failed with her own daughter -- Misaki is a borderline LethalChef, probably because she was always much more interested in [[ActionGirl kicking asses]] than in kitchen tinkering.
* Unexpectedly enough, BadassLongcoat AntiHero Hei from ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'' is a very good cook. This is presumably due to [[BigEater a lot of practice]] and the fact that RealMenWearPink.
* In ''Manga/LoveHina'', Keitaro, Mutsumi and Shinobu are this, and are the [[TeamChef Team Chefs]] of the band.
** In his case, it's mostly a matter of his desserts being absurdly delicious, in part due to making his own Valentine's chocolate (to seem like less of a loser in public) and in part due to the Urashima family being [[LamarckWasRight a line of confectioners]].
* Cooking is one of the many talents of Usui Takumi in ''Manga/MaidSama'', as revealed when he begins helping out in the kitchen of the [[{{Meido}} maid cafe]] where Misaki works.
* ''Manga/YumeiroPatissiere'' involves "St. Marie Academy" a school where students learn to become supreme pastry chefs (although main character Ichigo Amano started out as [[LethalChef the other kind]] before invoking this trope).
* A large portion of the cast from ''Manga/{{Toriko}}'' are this. As they are in the 'Gourmet Age,' great chefs are practically the world's equivalent of royalty. Special mention must go to the legendary 'Goddess of Chefs' Frohze who cooked dishes so amazing she stopped an era of war, as well as [[CoolOldLady Setsuno]], who runs a restaurant renowned for its amazing food. Toriko's HeterosexualLifePartner Komatsu is noted to have incredible potential and is already a renowned chef himself.
* Shinji Ikari of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', especially in the ''Rebuild'' continuity. His cooking is so good, even Asuka didn't want to share hers with anyone when he made lunch.
** Shinji is actually a curious case. In the original series and other continuities we didn't know a lot about this matter, only that his food was better than Misato's - and this is ''[[LethalChef Misato]]'' we're talking about. However, when ''Rebuild'' rolled in, more emphasis was put in his cooking skills, and his SupremeChef fanon quality became canon.
* Both Sebastian and Claude of ''Manga/BlackButler''.
** In addition, Soma's servant Agni is called "the Hand of God". It's not because of any martial arts mastery; it's because he's an ''impossibly'' good curry chef.
* Miyako Miyamura from ''VisualNovel/EfAFairyTaleOfTheTwo''. Explained by her both living on her own and [[spoiler: trying to become the best in everything to regain the attention of her divorced and emotionally-neglectful parents.]]
* France from ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'', befitting both NationalStereotypes and his rivalry with LethalChef England.
** According to WordOfGod, ''several'' of the Asians are like this. We already know that China is one since we've seen him cook in canon, but profiles also add info about others:
-->About Thailand: "If he cooks it's always something [[SweetTooth really sweet]] or [[FireBreathingDiner really hot.]] The cooking itself is very delicious."
-->About Taiwan: "The good thing about her cooking is that you can thank her for treating you to delicious yet inexpensive cuisine!"
** Belgium's hinted to be one as well, specially in her ''Hattafutte Parade'' where she mentions [[SweetTooth that she likes to make sweets for her brother and Romano.]]
** [[http://losthitsu.tumblr.com/post/30599497705/birz-10-translation Austria is one.]] Considering the rich history behind [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austrian_cuisine Austrian cuisine]] and the fame of its pastries and coffee culture, it's not a surprise.
** The ''[[HighSchoolAu Gakuen Hetalia]]'' strips show Turkey hanging out with the aforementioned France and China in the "Gourmet Club", so he might qualify too. The history and influences behind [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_cuisine Turkish cuisine]] in itself might support this.
* Lelouch Lamperouge of ''Anime/CodeGeass'' is one out of necessity of having had to take care of Nunnally for years...and because he's such a NeatFreak that only he is capable of measuring and handling every single ingredient in ''exactly'' the way he needs and wants.
** Milly Ashford, the CoolBigSis StudentCouncilPresident, is also an excellent chef, and she's eager to find any excuse to cook or bake. As a matter of fact, she's the only person with whom Lelouch is willing to cook.
* Makoto Kino AKA Sailor Jupiter of ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. All the other Senshi love her cooking and a few episodes of the [[Anime/SailorMoon original anime]] have them turning to her for cooking instructions.
* Tomoka Osakada from ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'', maker of ''excellent'' bentos. Justified since she's said to frequently help her parents to take care of her two cute little brothers, thus she often ends up as the default cook at home.
** She's also a sort-of subversion, as she's the {{tomboy}} in a TomboyAndGirlyGirl duo and thus she defies the FeminineWomenCanCook stereotype. Not that Sakuno isn't a good chef, but Tomoka is mentioned to be the one with better cooking skills.
* Kurumu Kurono from ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' makes such good cookies that even she can't resist them, ''[[{{Deconstruction}} even when she knows they're poisoned]]''! Oh, and she was the one who poisoned them to begin with.
* [[AntiAntiChrist Rin]] from ''Manga/BlueExorcist'', surprisingly. To quote Bon, "His wife wouldn't stand a chance!"
* Surprisingly for someone living in PerpetualPoverty, [[IdiotHero Akihisa Yoshii]] from ''LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts'' is painted to be the best cook around, and could actually make a career out of this. If only he didn't spend all his allowance in video-games and instead bought some ingredients, he would be guaranteed to amaze his friends in a daily basis. Alas, a fraction of ramen, water, salt and sugar are close enough for him, and he won't see a need to cook unless someone (like his sister) demands him to do so. Contrast [[LethalChef Mizuki Himeji]], who is more than happy to serve her friends some of her home cooking in a regular basis, but is guaranteed to decommission the eater.
* Shouma Takakura from ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum''. His sister Himari is a rather decent one, but Shouma is still the best of the two.
* Nanako Misonou, the main character of ''Manga/OniisamaE''. She often has baking meetings with her friend Tomoko, and when she learns that Rei is living alone and has few to eat healthy, she decides to cook specifically for her.
* Kakei from ''Manga/KinouNaniTabeta'' is one of these, in a manga that centers around FoodPorn.
* Strangely, Lum of ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' is both this AND a LethalChef. This is due to the fact that all her cooking is made for her own BizarreAlienBiology; humans get sick eating it (and most of it looks awful too) due to how horribly spicy it is, while the aliens can withstand it much better and love it to death.
* Parodied in ''Manga/DearS'' when Ren and Miu compete against each other at school Ren is declared the winner of the cooking contest because her dish is 'the flavor of the cosmos'. This is another case of BizarreAlienBiology because the food she makes appears (and is to humans) inedible.
* Mami Tomoe from ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', according to [[spoiler: Kyouko]]'s comments in the Drama CD. The cakes she served to Sayaka and Madoka when they dropped by her flat? They might have been baked by Mami herself, which makes her eventual fate all the more ironic.
** Madoka's father [[HouseHusband Tomohisa]] is an excellent cook. This is justified since his wife Junko is often at work and is the main breadwinner of the family, so he takes care of the house.
* ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars'' has Monsieur Goan, whose food becomes so good and affordable that the Cappies would rather eat at his restaurant than at Kawasaki's. It's such a shame that Goan is just another MonsterOfTheWeek.
* A subvereted version of this comes to play in ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' when Bianchi actually tries to to cook normally, unlike her normal Poison Cooking. They all thought it was delicious... Until they felt all hell turning inside their stomachs. Reborn even commented that she actually created a new, time delayed Poison Cooking.
* In ''Manga/{{Kekkaishi}}'', Yoshimura could count as top notch when it comes to cooking, especially cooking sweets.
* Nene in ''LightNovel/OdaNobunaNoYabou'' can make '''grass''' into a delicious meal. Really.
* Asuna maxed out her cooking skill in ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', which is pretty impressive on its own--nobody really bothers putting much effort into non-combat skills like that. The supreme part is that she experimented with different spices so much that she was able to figure out how the system synthesizes flavor, and create things that simply do not exist in the game. Like soy sauce. One thing that makes this particularly funny is that in the beginning of the game, when offered the knowledge of how to get cream for use as a condiment, she comments that she isn't in the game to eat good food.
** The "Extra Edition" OVA shows that her cooking skills extend to outside SAO, cooking lunch for her friends during their summer vacation.
* In ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'', the author drew up a picture of all the girls involved in a cooking contest. Most of them varied between [[CordonBleughChef not very good]] to [[LethalChef horrifically bad]], but Namie Yagiri and [[spoiler: Mika Harima]] get scores of 95 and 100, respectively. Interestingly, these are both the girls who cook for Seiji.
* As multiple characters in ''{{Franchise/Anpanman}}'' are food-based characters, any character with a food theme of a prepared food or meal is the master of making that kind of food. Multiple episodes are themed around two of these characters arguing about who's food is the best. However, the number one supreme chef in the series is Uncle Jam. His baked goods win over everyone that tries them, and the head of Anpanman himself is the tastiest food in the series thanks to him.
* Hinano and her pancakes from ''Anime/TroubleChocolate''.
* [[spoiler: Zero Squad's Kirio Hikifune]] from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. Both Ichigo and Renji call her food the best thing they've ever tasted. Also, it says a LOT that she's skilled in BOTH Western and Eastern food, as well as [[SweetTooth pastries]]. [[note]]Chefs tend to specialize in few specific types of cooking; i.e, there's a ''reason'' why catering services tend to have a pastry chef aside of the normal ones.[[/note]] [[spoiler: It's a plot point, as Hikifune can imbue her food with her own reiatsu and thus [[PowerUpFood power-up those who eat it]].]]
* Shirokuma of ''Manga/ShirokumaCafe'', especially since he's a polar bear. Sasako the waitress is no slouch as she runs the place when Shirokuma is away.
* The goal of many characters in ''Manga/IronWokJan'' is to be this.
* Hayate Yagami of ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha''. Everyone who eats her food loves it, especially the ever cynical Vita. In fact, one of the [[AudioAdaptation Sound Stages]] of ''[[VideoGame/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAsPortable The Gears of Destiny]]'' revealed that her cooking skills are so significant, [[NobleDemon Lord Dearche]] accidentally [[PowerCopying got them when she copied Hayate's powers]]. This led to [[OtherMeAnnoysMe one of the only]] times that Lord Dearche complimented Hayate, since Dearche gets a lot of praise in her new home for her cooking.
* Athena Asamiya is implied to be one in the ''TheKingOfFighters: KYO'' manga. In the last volume she makes dinner for Kensou, Yuki and Kyo, and the three find the dish she made for them [[note]]a Chinese traditional dish involving autumn mushrooms, probably [[http://cookingsimplechinesefoodathome.com/2011/10/80chinese-mushroom-recipe-stir-fry.html this one]] [[/note]] to be ''very'' good.
* Only [=supreme chefs=] are admitted into Toostuki Cooking Academy in ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'', and only those who are far above that can become part of its AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil. Also, only 1% of them will graduate from school (the other 99% will eventually be expelled), so ''supreme'' doesn't even begin to describe the elite in this manga.
* Chi-Chi from ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' is known to be a good cook by other characters. This is shown best in a filler episode when she threatens to stop cooking meals for Goku and Piccolo if they didn't go to driving school. Also, Videl commented on her rice and even asked for the recipe, not to mention that she Chi-Chi cooks better than any of Mr. Satan's cooks.
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Grandma Duck in the ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse is one of these; her famous cooking skills are central to many of the plots of the stories starring (or just featuring) her.
** Though it [[DependingOnTheWriter varies heavily from story to story]], her grandson DonaldDuck is often depicted as having inherited at least some of her skill around the kitchen. While some writers love to portray him as a LethalChef (and he probably shouldn't be allowed to experiment too much), the most common interpretation is that he's a very good cook and could probably have made a decent living as a professional chef if it hadn't been for his HairTriggerTemper, MilesGloriosus tendencies and constant [[ChewToy bad luck]].
* In the ''{{Garfield}}'' strip, Jon's mother is a great cook, especially when it comes to baking pies and preparing potatoes. She once prepared a meal with eight kinds of potatoes (her personal best).
* Though it is rarely shown, SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}} (yes, ''that'' Magneto) is a highly skilled cook who knows how to create delicious meals even with few ingredients to work with. This is actually [[JustifiedTrope justified]], given that he grew up in the [[NaziGermany Warsaw Ghetto and Auschwitz]] and developed these skills for the survival of himself and his family.
* Dagwood, the protagonist of ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}''. He likes to cook almost as much as [[BigEater he likes to eat]] and is so great at making sandwiches, [[DagwoodSandwich he has one named after him.]]
* Chef Smurf in ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' is this (also applies to ''Film/TheSmurfs'' film series). In the AnimatedAdaptation, [[CompositeCharacter his character is combined with Greedy Smurf]] (see below).
* SilverSable proves to be one in a ''ComicBook/WhatIf'' scenario which ends with she and SpiderMan falling in love.
* One of the children attending ''ComicBook/PS238'' has a metahuman ability to turn anything into food, and he can decide how nutritious or fattening the food will be. In one instance he produced something that tasted like a high quality chocolate covered ice cream bar. However, he can't change the appearance of what he's converted, so food that he makes from rocks still looks like rocks.
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[[folder:Fanfiction]]
* Mikuru in ''Fanfic/KyonBigDamnHero'', after several [[YearInsideHourOutside training sessions]].
* In [[http://community.livejournal.com/dc_nation DC Nation]], Fauna is such a good cook that she has catered two Titan weddings. Even ''Nightwing'' will not argue her when it comes to feeding the horde.
* In [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion]] {{Fanon}}, Shinji was made a SupremeChef... and then [[AscendedMeme it became canon]] in ''Rebuild''.
** Hikari Horaki was also given this role; makes sense considering she ''tries'' to be a TeamMom.
* FanFic/UnfinishedBusiness: Irina is built up as one, and when it comes time for the protagonists to actually eat, she delivers. Of course given that most of them have been living in Antarctica for long periods of time they probably don't exactly have the same standards as high-class restaurant critics, but her skills are said to be rather impressive.
* Cookie Dough from ''Fanfic/MyLittleUnicorn''.
* Greedy Smurf in ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'', though here he isn't the only chef in the village.
* In ''WesternAnimation/LegionOfSuperHeroes'' fanfics there were many stories that contained Timber Wolf being this after it was revealed in the first season finale that he liked to bake and that he made cookies (as commented by Lightning Lad). The fact that his [[Series/FamilyMatters VA played a well-known character who was a Supreme Chef may have helped.]]
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[[folder:Film - Animation]]
* The Other Mother in ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'' is shown to be able to whip out what is basically the very definition of FoodPorn at a moment's notice.
* Po of ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' cooks the best noodles the [[BadAssCrew Furious Five]] have ever tasted in their lives. His father is even better.
* Remy in ''WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}}''. He whipped up a [[TitleDrop ratatouille]] that caused [[CausticCritic Anton Ego]] to flashback to his childhood.
** Also the late Auguste Guesteau, whose restaurant is center of the setting of the film.
* Tiana, from ''WesternAnimation/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''. Her dream is to open a restaurant.
* Kronk, from ''WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewGroove''. Spinach puffs are his specialty.
* Rapunzel from ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' is shown to have many talents. Baking is one of them.
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[[folder:Film - Live Action]]
* Chu, from ''EatDrinkManWoman''. When he starts making school lunches for the little girl next door, she soon gets students mobbing her in the cafeteria with orders for the next day's meal.
* Wan from ''Flavour of Happiness''.
* Martha and Mario from ''MostlyMartha''; also Kate and Nick from [[ForeignRemake the remake]] ''No Reservations''.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* In LoisMcMasterBujold's novel ''Memory'', [[Literature/VorkosiganSaga Miles Vorkosigan]] hires his gate guard's mother as a cook, based on the elaborate gourmet box lunch she prepares for her son. He's right, she's one of these. Suddenly he starts getting visitors at mealtime. And attempts by his relatives - including his parents - to hire her away. General opinion is that Ma Kosti could make a meal fit for the Emperor if her base ingredient was ''cardboard''.
** The last is not an exaggeration. She ''does'' make a dish fit for the Emperor-- literally, as it's served and beloved at said Emperor's wedding-- when her base ingredient is [[FutureFoodIsArtificial nutrient paste]] produced in the [[AlienLunch guts of a genetically engineered cockroach]].
* The main character in Joanne Harris' ''Film/{{Chocolat}}'' and TheFilmOfTheBook is a chocolatier whose creations are mouth-watering enough to win over an entire town of strict Catholics during Lent.
* In Mur Lafferty's novel ''Playing For Keeps'' one of the characters has a superpower that makes her a Supreme Chef. She intuitively knows what kind of food everyone around her likes and exactly how to prepare it.
* The volatile and mercenary French chef Anatole in Creator/PGWodehouse's ''Literature/JeevesAndWooster'' stories. He serves as a LivingMacGuffin, with various {{Upper Class Twit}}s constantly plotting to either obtain or retain his peerless services. The threat of being banned from sampling his gastronomic delights is often the club wielded by Bertie's Aunt Dahlia when he displays his unwillingness to commit his assistance to her latest ZanyScheme.
* The eponymous character of James White's ''[[SectorGeneral The Galactic Gourmet]]'' ran out of professional challenges at the five-star restaurant he ran at a multispecies hotel, and was feeling bored until a Kelgian diner personally thanked him for a good meal, having just been released from SectorGeneral. This led to the Great Gurronsevas heading for the Final Frontier - hospital food. He became the Chief Dietician of SectorGeneral. (Since he effectively became a head of department without going through the hospital's usual screening and training procedures, HilarityEnsues.)
* Dracula. Yes, ''that'' ''{{Dracula}}''. In the original Bram Stoker [[Literature/{{Dracula}} novel]], when Harker is staying at Castle Dracula, he notes in his journal that the food is very good. Later, it's revealed that there are no servants (it would be tough to get people to work for a, y'know, ''vampire'') and Dracula has been doing all the work, such as cooking. Apparently, when you're an undying abomination you have time to pick up a culinary hobby.
** Either him or his wives.
* Charity Carpenter from TheDresdenFiles. According to Harry, "She could whip up a five-course meal for twelve from an egg, two spaghetti noodles, some household chemicals, and a stick of chewing gum."
** Too bad that gene [[LethalChef apparently skipped over Molly.]]
* In David R. Palmer's ''Literature/{{Emergence}}'', the ''eleven-year-old boy'' who calls himself "Adam" turns out to be this, among other skills unlikely for the son of wealth and privilege. Granted that he's a mutant super-genius, it's still odd, and protagonist/narrator Candy (also an eleven-year-old mutant super-genius) comments on it, that Adam chose to include world-class cooking among his skills. Susceptible readers may gain five pounds just from the description given of the "work of sheerest culinary artistry" he prepares for Candy in the course of one day.
* Polgara is one in DavidEddings' ''[[TheBelgariad Belgariad and Mallorean]]'' series, as well as in the prequels. Part of it may be that she's a sorceress, but it's mostly skill -- and a couple thousand years worth of practice.
* Literature/NeroWolfe's cook, Fritz Brenner, is a supreme chef. Nero himself is pretty good, ''when'' he decides to exert himself.
* The Eternal Emperor of the ''{{Sten}}'' series is a spectacular chef. A major hobby of his is trying to recreate foods he remembers from his youth, thousands of years ago.
* Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'':
** Glenda Sugarbean who runs the [[BigEater Unseen University's]] Night Kitchen is so talented that Vetinari is willing to take her food untested -- she would never poison anyone, not out of respect for him but out of respect for ''the food'' -- and considers telling the guards to throw away her jammy devil bribes "a crime against high art". Apparently all of the Sugarbean women qualify: her grandmother Augusta used to be the cook at the Assassin's Guild where she made the world's best bubble and squeak (she left Glenda the recipe) and refused to let any of the students use her cakes for poisoning practice -- and they ''obeyed'' because no one wants to upset a good cook.
** [[DirtyOldWoman Nanny Ogg]] publically scorns the idea of ThroughHisStomach, but knows an array of recipes for sexual boosting dishes, like Carrot 'n' Oyster Pie or Chocolate Sauce Surprise, that can leave almost anyone except Granny Weatherwax burning up with lust, as seen in ''Discword/{{Maskerade}}''.
* House-elves from ''Literature/HarryPotter'', fitting their nature as the ultimate servants. Even Kreacher whips up excellent meals once he truly accepts Harry as his new master.
** Also Molly Weasley, who uses her magic wand [[MundaneUtility in the kitchen]] and gives it a ''really'' good use according to Harry.
** {{Fanon}} considers Harry himself to be an excellent chef - the Dursleys force him to prepare meals for them, and [[DisproportionateRetribution their response to even slight mistakes]] on his part is well-known. He HadToBeSharp.
* Lydda the griffin in ''Literature/DarkLordOfDerkholm'' is a fantastic cook, despite only being thirteen or so. She's an oddball for a griffin in that she prefers her food cooked to raw, but none of her family members will turn down her "godlike snacks."
* In the ChaletSchool books, the Maynard family maid, Anna, and Karen, the school cook, both qualify. The former makes a mean jam (as seen in ''A Feud in the Chalet School''), and the latter's bread twists are often described as 'heavenly'.
* According to ''Sideways Arithmetic From Literature/WaysideSchool'', Miss Mush can cook beautifully when she's only cooking for herself and/or a few others. Unfortunately, at Wayside, she's cooking for around three hundred, and in those quantities her food hits [[LethalChef the other extreme]].
* In Dean Koontz's ''OddThomas'' series, the odd one himself. Saying his pancakes suck functions as his BerserkButton.
* Literature/HonorHarrington has had no less than ''three'' Supreme Chefs in her household(s): Her steward James [=MacGuiness=], her Grayson cook Mistress Thorne, and her father Alfred Harrington (who has a FriendlyRivalry with Mistress Thorne).
* In the ''Literature/RainbowMagic'' series, food-based fairies are often these.
* Peeta Mellark from ''Literature/TheHungerGames''. More like a Supreme Baker since he's never shown cooking food, but everyone seems to love the things he bakes.
* Mrs. Cormaci from ''Literature/TheUnderlandChronicles'' is apparently a very good chef.
* [[Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory Mr. Willy Wonka]] is this on a grand scale -- he is the inventor of all of the ImpossiblyDeliciousFood that his chocolate factory, the biggest in the world, produces. In order to protect his recipes from rival candymakers, he was forced to become a ReclusiveArtist, which only made him more of a LivingLegend.
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* ''Series/BabylonFive'': Head of Security Michael Garibaldi is a very good cook besides being a top-notch cop and soldier. A subplot in Season 2 involves Garibaldi trying to get the ingredients for [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagna_cuda bagna cuda]] (basically Northern Italian fondue) behind Dr. Franklin's back (he was concerned for Garibaldi's heart health). [[spoiler:"A Distant Star" has Franklin finally agreeing to try the dish as long as Garibaldi takes care of himself.]]
* King Silas in the intrigue alternate-world drama ''{{Kings}}'' insists in cooking for his family every morning, and misses the time in which he went to the supermarket and "fought for the best melon", and still he goes to the grocery himself and buys his ingredients, yet they clear the shop. Because he is the King. This makes him this trope's paradigma.
* Vincent in ''{{Eureka}}'', to the point that the diner has no menu, and some residents consider it a challenge to order something he can't do. However, when left to his own devices, he can occasionally be a LethalChef, not because the food's ''bad'' but because it's ''experimental''. He, like everyone else in town, has MadScientist tendencies and has a doctorate in molecular gastronomy.[[note]][[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molecular_gastronomy Real thing]], by the way. It's [[CordonBleughChef Cordon Bleugh]] cooking that actually works, somehow, with the power of SCIENCE! Strangely, one of its [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heston_Blumenthal leading exponents]] never got a degree in anything or even went to culinary school.[[/note]]
* ''IronChef'' revolves around the premise of having these kinds of chefs go against each other.
* ''Series/KamenRiderAgito'''s eponymous character, who is a great cook even with LaserGuidedAmnesia. He actually opens his own restaurant at the end of the series.
* ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'': TheAce Tendou is most well known for being an excellent cook. He managed to get his cooking skills from working at his grandmother's oden shop revealed in Series/KamenRiderDecade.
* ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'' gives us Pierre Alfonso Oren, A.K.A. Kamen Rider Bravo A.K.A. MISTER DANGEROUS. When he's not beating up on the other Riders for fun or hamming it up for the cameras, he's busy being a famous faux-French pastry chef. His dedication to his baked goods is so great that he even defied the local city-controlling (not quite so) evil corporation because their actions threatened to spoil a customer's enjoyment of his cake. And even without his Rider powers, if you insult his work, you will be hurt. A lot. Probably by a pan to the head.
* [=LeBeau=], the French member of the ''HogansHeroes'' team, is of course a good cook. The greatness comes in the fact that he can concoct excellent dinners and desserts with the materials available inside a POW camp, making him have almost MacGyver-esque cooking skills.
* ''Series/{{Mash}}'' episode "Too Many Cooks". A soldier who was a gourmet chef in civilian life is wounded and ends up at the 4077th. He's such a superb cook that he can make Army food delicious.
* Umemori Genta/Shinken Gold from ''Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger''. Subverted in that only [[BloodKnight Juzo]] and Kotoha says it's good. Everyone else thinks it's [[SoOkayItsAverage plain]].
* Both Don Dogoier / Gokai Green and Gai Ikari / Gokai Silver of ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' are both amazing cooks, but both of their cooking talents veer in different directions: Gai's cooking is for fun and enjoyment while Don's is tailor-made for everyone's well-being (the other Gokaigers, before he joined, weren't the healthiest of eaters). Don ends up depressed by Gai's accomplishments, but ends up being bolstered when Gai admits that Don's cooking is much more better than his, since he can't arrange it like he can.
* ''Series/TomicaHeroRescueFire'' once featured a Cook-off between [[TeamChef Tama-chan]] and Chukaen. Tama won by making a delicious soup out of a fish-head and the remains of a leek.
* Sookie from ''GilmoreGirls''. She's so obsessed with cooking that she catered her own wedding parties and was still putting icing on the cake on her wedding day.
* Monica Geller from {{Friends}}, who makes her living as a professional chef and offers a contrast with LethalChef Rachel.
* Reese from MalcolmInTheMiddle really knows how to cook, he even forces Hal to work for him by making Hal taste whatever he is cooking at the moment. He enjoys cooking so much that one of Lois' most effective punishments is to ban him from the kitchen.
* [[Series/DoctorWho The Doctor]] appears to be a whiz in the kitchen, depending on incarnation. In "The Lodger," he manages to assemble a satisfying enough omelette for two from some eggs, stray cheeses, and salad dressing.
** Living as a bachelor for most of a thousand years you pick up a few things.
* Both Ben and Omar from ''Series/FutureFood'' are Supreme Chefs.
* Piper Halliwell from Series/{{Charmed}} is an excellent cook and worked as a sous-chef. It's suggested that this was the primary reason that she was such a skilled potion-maker as well because the two skills compliment each other.
* Marie Barone from ''EverybodyLovesRaymond'' is described as a spectacular Italian chef. It's the only leverage she has against her useless husband, and it is the source of a great deal of jokes at [[LethalChef Debra's]] expense.
* ''DocMartin'': Martin himself. He might be uptight, a stick-in-the-mud, and unexpressive in every other aspect of his life, but his gastronomic creations show a singular passion and creativity. Notable that even during his relationship with Louisa he still insisted on doing the cooking for both of them.
* Waldo from FamilyMatters, is a excellent cook despite his CloudCuckooLander moments.
* Chef in ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' is HeWhoMustNotBeSeen, HeWhoMustNotBeHeard, and He Who Must Not Be Named, but not in the SpeakOfTheDevil context. Yet, he is such an amazing Chef that [[OncePerEpisode hardly an episode]] plays without the main characters dropping his name, or rather his title, at least once and usually with fawning admiration. This makes him a sort of running gag in the same way the non-speaking Morn on ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' is said to be a chatterbox. In the one episode where we do see a cook, it's a holodeck and [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Riker]] is playing him.
** Speaking of ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', this seems to be encoded in the Sisko DNA. In a setting where nearly everyone relies on replicated food, Ben grows his own vegetables and can be seen cooking on a regular basis; the only time anyone seems less than enamoured with his food came about because he got curious about the potential of Ferengi tube grubs. He learned this from his father, who runs his own restaurant.
* Gordon Gordon Wyatt in ''{{Bones}}'' retired from psychiatry to pursue a career as a professional chef, and the consensus is that he is quite brilliant. Just don't call him a [[BerserkButton "fry cook"]].
* Resident ''{{CSI NY}}'' coroner Sid Hammerback was a chef before becoming an ME. He's still quite good.
** Mac's girlfriend Christine probably counts,too,she's a successful restaurant owner and chef.
* Adam played by Adam Arkin from {{Northern Exposure}}, who though lived as a hostile, semi-mythical hermit, was a genius gourmet chef who could create amazing haute cuisine dishes, as revealed to the series protaganist Dr. Joel Fleishman in the season 1 episode "The Aurora Borealis".
* [[{{Series/Hannibal}} Dr. Hannibal Lecter]] just ''loves'' to have people over for dinner, and more often than not, they love what they're being served. Just as long as they're not told what might be in it...
* Aunt Bea from ''TheAndyGriffithShow'' provided she isn't making pickles.
* Jack Tripper from ''Series/ThreesCompany''. Besides feeling bad for him for being homeless, it's part of why Janet and Chrissy want to keep him as a roommate in the first place.
* BigGuy Eliot Spencer on {{Leverage}} is an expert chef, to the point where owning his own restaurant is one of his main ambitions.
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* Roleplay/DinoAttackRPG takes this to ridiculous levels with the Brickolinis, whose pizza is enjoyed almost universally to the point where an incident involving ''one'' person disliking it gained a particular infamy.
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* The Food College of magic in ''{{GURPS}}'' can make you into this, especially once you can cast Essential Food, which creates good food in its purest elemental form. That might be cheating.
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* CyranoDeBergerac: Ragueneau has a successful bakery at Act II, with various assistants and apprentices and at act I he mentions he could prepare ''"Chicken a la Ragueneau"''. Everyone enjoys his pastries, but the problem is that would be not great feat because [[StarvingArtist the poets at Act II ]] and the cadets at Act IV are starving when they do.
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* Pictured above: VideoGame/CookingMama from the eponymous game, she knows exactly how to make each dish and (usually) walks you through the process. If your dish is really good, people will stuff themselves.
* Elzam from ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'' fit this trope as well, an excellent commander as well as an excellent chef. The first thing he does when transferred to a new post is cook up a gourmet meal for all the soldiers stationed there. He's also able to survive Kusuha's [[GargleBlaster "energy drinks"]] without fainting and identify all the ingredients used based on the taste. His PaperThinDisguise is even named Ratsel Feinschmecker, which means "mystery gourmet".
* Chef Shmi of ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' says this of himself. Not that anybody disagrees. Interestingly, the recipes he lists ''sound'' borderline CordonBleughChef, but are actually delicious.
* In ''[[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story]]'', Bowser reluctantly admits that [[BigBad Fawful's]] cooking is amazing.
* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', Genis has a reputation as a SupremeChef in Iselia and has several scenes in the beginning of the game with characters praising his cooking... Though considering [[LethalChef his older sister Raine]], it's almost a ''necessity'' for him. Genis is not the altogether best chef in the game, however: That would be Regal, who earns the special title "God of the Kitchen" in a late-game sidequest.
** Let's not forget [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the Wonder Chef]]! A master of disguise and the greatest cook in the world. The game treats him as a HeroOfAnotherStory, busy battling the Dark Chef in between teaching the party new dishes.
* For ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss''; in the short time you have him, [[GuestStarPartyMember Asch]] is shown to be a great chef via skit, in contrast to Natalia and Luke who are his [[spoiler: [[ChildhoodMarriagePromise fiance]] and [[CloningBlues replica]], respectively]], both of whom are no good in a kitchen.
* ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia'' has their protagonist [[{{Badass}} Yuri]] [[DeadpanSnarker Lowell]]. When he says his secret ingredient was "Love" HilarityEnsues. [[spoiler: Of course, it turns out he didn't really use anything special.]]
* Ludger from ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia2''. Everyone praises his cooking, and nobody minds him using tomatoes in practically everything he cooks (Except for Elle, who gets over it later), plus the developers put a lot of effort into [[FoodPorn making his dishes look delicious]].
* Saki Nijino in ''[[TokimekiMemorial Tokimeki Memorial 1]]'' : her bent (lunch boxes) are so delicious, they are, according to BromanticFoil Yoshio, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egGGrIAK9WI one of the most valuable items among guys at Kirameki High]]; plus, she plans to hone her skills at a culinary institute once she graduates.
** And in ''Tokimeki Memorial 2'', while she's not as skilled as Saki, there's [[spoiler: Kaori]] who happens to be one once you get to know her more.
** ''[=TokiMemo=] Girl's Side'' also has a SupremeChef; this time it's Madoka Kijyo, who explains away his excellent cooking skills as being the result of living on his own.
** ''Girls Side 2'' has Teru, TheAce, who works at a cafe and gives the heroine delicious homemade cookies for [[JapaneseHolidays White Day]] if he likes her enough.
* In ''VideoGame/MitsumeteKnight'', [[spoiler: [[BestHerToBedHer Gene]]]] happens to be excellent at cooking, and her speciality, the gateau, is supremely delicious.
* Patty in ''[[FireEmblem Fire Emblem : Seisen no Keifu]]''.
** Likewise, Lowen in ''Fire Emblem : Rekka no Ken''. JustifiedTrope as [[InTheBlood his grandfather and his father]] worked as cooks for the Pheraean royal family, so he was taught by the best from an early age.
*** Rebecca, too. In her B support with Lowen, she actually makes him lunch to thank him for saving her at the beginning of the game. No wonder they can be paired up.
** As is Oscar in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'', from taking care of his little brothers Boyd and Rolf. He stopped being the TeamChef of the Greil Mercenaries to let Mist have a go, though Ike wasn't so keen on the idea. He offers to help [[LethalChef Tanith]] with cooking, in their POR support.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', Noire's supports with Owain reveal that she's an excellent baker. Likewise, Gaius is very good at [[SweetTooth sweets]]. On the other hand, while the Avatar's usually more of a LethalChef, to the non-human members of the group this trope seems to be in effect.
* In ''VideoGame/StarOceanTheSecondStory'', while all main characters can become Supreme Chefs thanks to the Skill System, Chisato, Rena, and Yarma are those who canonically apply.
** In ''StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'', you have Sophia who's Skill level in cooking is 43, she can even work on a budget and in a hurry as her Cost and Time modifiers might show. Nel is about as handy in the kitchen as she is with a blade and Mirage isn't half bad either.
*** As for [=NPCs=] you can recruit, you have [[BigEater Rigel]], [[GenkiGirl Mayu]], The Killer Chef and [[TheAlcoholic Damda Mooda]]. Mayu and Damda might raise doubts for their skill level, but canonically speaking they're still exceptional chefs.
* The main character of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' is implied to be an excellent chef, especially for his age. He apparently makes most of the food at home, and can (if the player knows a little about cooking) make some very good school lunches to share with friends. One social link ([[LethalChef Yukiko's]]) involves helping the character get better at cooking (though she refuses to be directly tutored if you offer).
** The MC's actually an odd case; he's a supreme chef if you make the right choices. Make the wrong ones and he's a LethalChef; thankfully, the truly horrible blunders just give you bait for fishing.
* Shinjiro Aragaki in ''{{Persona 3}}'' proves capable of cooking restaurant-quality dishes (while lecturing [[LethalChef Fuuka]] at the same time). With a little prompting from the female protagonist, he makes a lavish dinner for the team, with every dish described as looking like a picture out of a cookbook and tasting delicious. In the PSP {{remake}}, the female protagonist herself specializes in sweets which can be given as gifts - Mitsuru, presented with one such creation, praises the PC's skills as being worthy of a first-class patisserie - and can even remedy some of Fuuka's cooking blunders.
* SengokuRance has a few: OdaNobunaga (dango), [[NinjaMaid Kikkawa Kiku]] (general cuisine), and [[JokeCharacter Imagawa Yoshimoto]] (imagawayaki).
* in ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', you character can become one if he or she has high enough survival skills. Being able to turn a rotten piece of meat from an mutated animal into a first-class gourmet dish. Strangely enough, Cook-Cook of the [[AlwaysChaoticEvil Fiends]] is noted as a highly skilled cook despite being a drug-addled pyromaniacal rapist. Of course, one should be wary of his [[ImAHumanitarian favorite ingredient]]...
* The 'main' Ann in most ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' games shows signs of this. Ironically, in her [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon64 first game]] she was a LethalChef.
** Chase from ''Tree of Tranquilty'' and ''Animal Parade.'' With him, it's his [[OfficialCouple designated partner]] who's the LethalChef--Maya knows good food, but is hopeless at cooking it.
* One of the targets in the [[MurderInc Dark Brotherhood]] questline in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' is a legendary chef known only as "The Gourmet". Certain members state that his recipes indeed live up to their reputation and are actually somewhat disappointed that he's to be assassinated. He keeps his identity a secret with only the chef of Markarth knowing who he is: [[spoiler:Turns out he's an Orc.]]
* ''VideoGame/DeadlyPremonition'' has two: First, there's Thomas, whose excellent biscuits are in fact the [[TooAwesomeToUse best healing item in the game]], and Nick, who built a diner off his talent. Nick's VanityLicensePlate even reads "GR8COOK."
* ''OsuTatakaeOuendan'': One of the missions is to turn a struggling ramen chef into this.
* The new ''WorldOfWarcraft'' expansion Mists of Pandaria allows the player to expand on his/her cooking skills by going down a number of cooking paths: Grill(Strength), Oven(Stamina), Pot(Intellect), Steamer(Spirit), Wok(Agility) and Brew(Could be considered the Lethal Chef path). Also, if you are under-leveled in cooking, you have the option to level your cooking through the trainer and her ingredients she provides(Though you do need Golden Carp, which isn't provided by her)
* Jarlsberg the Chef-Magus from ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' was apparently capable of crafting the perfect ingredients from raw magical energies and then preparing them into the platonic ideal of whatever food-stuff he desired, from the perfect plain bagel to the ultimate ice-cream sundae. Playing the Avatar of Jarlsberg [[SelfImposedChallenge special ascension path]] lets you tap into that cooking ability (which is good, as Jarlsberg was apparently a picky eater, and one of the limitations of the path is you can ''only'' consume food and booze prepared in Jarlsberg's Cosmic Kitchen). Amusingly, although his food preparation was divine, his ''bartending'' skills can only be described as "okay" if you grade on a curve.
** Likewise, some of the absolute best food and drink to be gotten in the entire Kingdom can be found in the food court of the Hobopolis clan dungeon. Especially noteworthy are the hobo/hippy who manages Suddenly, Salad!, who somehow makes the eponymous dish taste good, and the jovial Arthur Finn, whose World Record Homebrew Stout is described as "like drinking a loaf of bread."
* Konomi is one in ''{{VideoGame/Aquapazza}}''. Her Splash Art is even food-themed.
* In ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'', any dwarf can become one of these with practice. Prepared food has an inordinately high value, a legendary chef can turn raw tiger intestines and bear brains into a barrel full of gourmet meals with a value rivaling adamantine weaponry.
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* Unlike her LethalChef sister Hisui, Kohaku from ''{{Tsukihime}}'' is a spectacular cook. [[spoiler: When she isn't purposely drugging the food to make you go insane.]] Well, even ''then'' it tastes fantastic.
* Shirou Emiya of ''FateStayNight'' cooks to the degree that the LetsPlay commentators are more turned on by FoodPorn than the sex scenes. Much of which ties into his tutoring [[SempaiKohai Sakura]] as a cook ... who he admits is probably better than him now. Then [[{{Tsundere}} Rin]] gets her competitive streak fired up. And dammit, now I'm hungry.
* ''UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' has [[FanNickname Magical Gohda Chef]]. [[BattleButler Ronove]] as well. In [[{{Omake}} The Stakes' Valentine's Day]], Gohda is so impressed when [[CrackPairing Beelzebub]] gives him some of Ronove's chocolate that he immediately leaves for Belgium to train to be a better cook.
** Gohda shouldn't be left out either. There's a reason Beelzebub gave him the chocolate and it wasn't out of love; she wanted something good in return on [[JapaneseHolidays White Day]].
* Toyed with in KatawaShoujo, which presents the whole range:
** Hisao Nakai, the protagonist, can find his way around a kitchen because his parents were always away at work and he had to make his own food.
** Hanako Ikezawa is a pretty good chef... but according to Lilly, she becomes dangerous [[CordonBleughChef if she starts experimenting]].
** Lilly Satou herself is an interesting case of VN heroine (especially since she's a deconstruction of the "[[ProperLady Perfect]] [[YamatoNadeshiko Lady]]" archetype) who's specifically described as a fairly good cook, ''but not'' an excellent one - she has a lot of experience and likes to cook for herself and her friends but she admits that there are some things a blind cook just ''can't'' do (or at least would take far too much effort to learn how to than they're worth).
** The real Supreme Chef of the game is, surprisingly enough, GenkiGirl [[PassionateSportsGirl athlete]] Emi Ibarazaki (who appears to have inherited her mother Meiko's talent) - but she's also a health and fitness nut, so don't expect too many deep fried pork dishes or desserts. It's made clear that, realistically enough, Emi doesn't "hate tasty things" or somesuch - she actually understands how and how much people need to eat and cooks accordingly.
** Shizune Hakamichi, meanwhile, is as close as a very realistic game gets to a LethalChef (surprising, given that she's generally [[TheAce extremely talented at whatever else she does]]) - she doesn't even seem to understand the ''theory'' behind the food she cooks. Could be explained by the fact that she's [[TheOjou filthy rich]] and may not have had to ever do much cooking herself. (She's seen freely ordering take-out at some point.)
* In ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'', pursuing a relationship with [[AffablyEvil Dr. Shuu]] results in him sending the player character a lovely roast for Christmas dinner. [[spoiler: Shuu later reveals that he murdered Yuuya, and [[IAteWhat asks how he tasted]].]] [[EvilLaugh Ho ho ho ho ho.]]
* Teruteru Hanamura from ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' is a culinary arts master, and has this as his Super High-School talent. He prefers to be called "Chef" instead of "Cook" in his SHSL title because it sounds more sophisticated for him. [[spoiler:Prior to the game's events, he makes a promise to his mother (who is an IllGirl and a {{Workaholic}}) that he would take over his family's restaurant so he can establish himself as a great chef once he graduates.]]
* In VisualNovel/TrueLoveJunaiMonogatari, [[TheOjou Remi]] [[GirlyGirl Himekawa]] turns out to be an excellent chef. If she and the MC have a date, she makes lunch for him. [[spoiler: If he rescues her from a kidnapper, she will offer to cook for him as thanks -- but they can end up having GladToBeAliveSex instead.]]
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* ''Webcomic/DontLookItSucks'' has Mandew, who can cook food so good, that it often takes on magical properties and can even come to life. One of the secondary characters is born this way.
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' has a spark who specializes in making pies that alter people's mood when thrown at them.
** Agatha is apparently [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20070618 a]] [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20070620 supreme]] [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20070622 barista.]]
* Jamie in ''Webcomic/LeftoverSoup'' can turn Rice Crispies ''back into rice.''
* Piffany in ''{{Nodwick}}'' can end wars with a brownie, and her cookies can tame [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] and even end quarrels among the gods themselves.
* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', the TokenEvilTeammate Belkar is an astoundingly good chef. He's got skill points and feats based around cooking (he's a ''ranger/barbarian''), and at one point he convinces a recurring villain to let him and Haley leave with Roy ([[spoiler: Well, his ''corpse'', anyway]]) using a ''stew'' which he made using a demon roach to cook. Being [[HeroicComedicSociopath who he is]], he also threatens to cook people into his dishes, and even offers the Oracle the dish of ''his own lungs on a plate''. And when Gannji says that his friend Enor is going to eat Roy's heart, Belkar suggests sauting it in garlic first. His culinary skills are also used to track Vaarsuvius when s/he is sent to the Semi-Elemental Plane of Ranch Dressing.
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* The three head chefs at SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy in the WhateleyUniverse. Phase should know. He grew up in a family so rich they kept two supreme chefs as their routine cooks, and as a result he has a palate which is amazingly sophisticated for a fourteen year old.
* If inanimate objects can count as {{Supreme Chef}}s, then [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCP]][[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-458 -458]] (a pizza box that somehow spawns pizza [[OneNoteChef and only pizza]]) counts as this.
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* In an episode of ''{{Futurama}}'', LethalChef (among other things!) Bender seeks out one of these to improve his skills.
** Parodied in that he actually wins an ''IronChef'' like contest against master chef Elzar apparently by spiking his food with LSD.
* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' has Dexter's mom, for whom it was revealed ''that the reason Dexter's dad married her was because of the muffins she makes''. Apparently they are so good that he spends a whole episode descending into madness trying to steal the muffins instead of waiting for them to cool.
* In ''SpongebobSquarepants'', Spongebob is the ultimate frycook, even beating Neptune himself in a cook-off on one occasion.
** Though Jim, the Krusty Krab's previous fry cook is the AlwaysSomeoneBetter. Jim admits that Spongebob is a pretty good fry cook -- but he'll only become a ''great'' one once he works up the nerve to get away from the Krusty Krab and Mr. Krabs.
* Digit from ''{{Cyberchase}}'' is a talented chef, and even had a cook-book published. He's so good, he knows how to reinflate a collapsed souffle.
* Canonically, Ron Stoppable from ''KimPossible'' is a pretty good chef, especially compared to borderline LethalChef Kim. Fanon of course exaggerates both.
* Even though she's not stated outright to be this, Pinkie Pie from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' works as a baker/candy maker, and is pretty great at it.
** Also from the series in question: Cup and Carrot Cake, Gustave le Grand, Mulia Mild, and Donut Joe.
* In Disney's ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'', Vince [=LaSalle=]'s such a great cook that he fed the entire school (Student and staff alike) with his dishes. He was even invited to study abroad in a cooking school in France but stayed behind,
* [[WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs Greedy Smurf]] can cook almost as well as he can eat, and seeing as [[TeamChef that's his job]], it's a good thing that he fits this Trope.
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