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[[caption-width-right:290:Pizza is TotallyRadical!]]
->''...and as a national spokesmodel for the Ethical Advancement of Melonade, I am contractually unable to drink, talk about, or bathe in any other liquid!''
-->-- '''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner''', [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/hremail7.html "hremail 7"]]

A character is partly defined by a Trademark Favorite Food that he or she craves and eats, all the freakin' time. Usually in a way that makes you suspect that they're addicted to the substance. If they're a OneNoteCook, they'll typically be good at making it.

Sometimes justified if the item is a PowerUpFood for the character.

When a character exhibits an obsession for food that corresponds with a stereotype for his race or culture, it is usually considered a DiscreditedTrope unless played to lampoon the stereotype.

See Also: StockAnimalDiet, which applies this to an entire species of animal, and HollywoodCuisine, which applies this to an entire culture. Also MustHaveCaffeine, the coffee-specific version; for Brits as often depicted, this is SpotOfTea. If the answer is "every food", you have a BigEater. If it is "everything, no matter if food or not", you have an ExtremeOmnivore. A specific, sometimes overlapping version of this trope is someone who has a SweetTooth. If they talk about that food all the time, they're ObsessedWithFood. For a darker and more specific version look at ImAHumanitarian. See also ImpossiblyDeliciousFood. May overlap with ComfortFood in cases where the comfort food is the character's TFF.

Compare YourFavorite and DrinkOrder. Contrast with DoesNotLikeSpam.
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* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Advertising}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Anime And Manga}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Comics}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Fan Fiction}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Film}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Literature}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Live-Action TV}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Music}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Video Games}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Visual Novels}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Web Comics}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Web Original}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Western Animation}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Real Life}}
* TrademarkFavoriteFood/{{Other}}
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[[folder:Manhua]]
* Long Wei and strawberries from ''Manhua/InfinityGame'', as he apparently carries boxes of the stuff around with him.
* Ma Teng from ''Manhua/RavagesOfTime'' is rarely (if ever) seen without his bowl of noodles, and Liaoyuan Huo love steamed buns so much that he has his own shop [[spoiler: which also serves as a front for his true profession of assassin]].
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[[folder:Multiple Media]]
* Spradrap from ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' has a great love of custard, especially the one homemade by his grandmother once a week. Just thinking of it has at least twice worked as a DeliciousDistraction and he's seen using it [[ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish as his gaming account password]][[note]]It's even worse in the franchise's original language: the French word for custard is spelled "flan"[[/note]] in the webseries and novel.
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[[folder:Mythology]]
* The Dagda of the mythological [[IrishMythology Irish]] clan of gods the Tuatha de Danann had such a liking for porridge that the one of the four mythological treasures the gods were said to have given mankind (other than a spear, a sword and the Lia Fáil) was his magic cauldron that sated even the harshest of critics. He was even incapacitated by the enemy who made him so much porridge he was unable to resist until he crawled away with an embarassingly large belly.
* Kappa in JapaneseMythology love cucumbers. One way to keep someone safe from Kappas was to carve their name into a cucumber; if a Kappa accepts it, they won't harm that person. The maki roll with cucumber in it is even named kappa maki after them.
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[[folder:Pinball]]
* Unsurprisingly, a spinning pizza disc features prominently in the ''Pinball/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' pinball machine.
--> "Serious pizza!"
* Donuts are heavily featured in Creator/DataEast's ''[[Pinball/TheSimpsonsDataEast The Simpsons]]''
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[[folder: Tabletop Games]]
* One ''TabletopGame/{{Paranoia}}'' mission introduces two Gamma-clearance citizens (cloned from two of the original programmers of The Computer) who maintain the core systems - and occasionally organize missions to the Outdoors to go scrounge up more Twinkies and Coke.
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[[folder:Theatre]]
* In ''AVeryPotterMusical'' Ron (and Harry) love Red Vines. Likely a reference to ''AudioPlay/WizardPeopleDearReader'', where we are told that Ron loves Twizzlers.
--> What the hell can't they do?
* In ''MyFairLady'', Eliza has her chocolates. It can be interpreted that Professor Higgins denying Eliza her chocolates is what makes her snap and sing "Just You Wait", plotting his ''death'' in a gleeful ImagineSpot.
* The schoolboys in ''Theatre/LesMiserables'' have a thing for wine, especially Grantaire to the point of being told to [[VerbalTic put that bottle down]].
* In ''{{Cats}}'' Skimbleshanks likes a drop of Scotch in his tea, and Gus the Theatre Cat will tell stories for 'a toothful of gin' Naturally {{Fanon}} tends to exaggerate how much they love their respective drinks.
* In ''{{Company}}'', there's Joanne and her vodka stingers.
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--> ''...Damn it, these are all good, but the uj cake is gone.''
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