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Can we mention that the Classic version of Chef is playable in Cooking Guide: Can't Decide What to Eat? ?- User:Zedxclon

No, that would be outside our range, as Cooking Guide is not a Mario game and the Classic version of Chef is only included here because it appeared in the Game & Watch Gallery series featuring Mario. -- Son of Suns (talk)

Okay thanks! I didn't think we could.- User:Zedxclon

Burnt vs. Burned[edit]

Owencrazyboy, why did you reverted my edit that "Burnt" is the proper spelling? BooIcon MP3.png Syncro263892XL 23:58, 25 September 2018 (EDT)

After doing some research, both "burnt" and "burned" are commonly used words, but I feel like "burnt food" is, in my honest opinion beyond a shadow of a doubt, the best way to word it on this article. If you think otherwise, then just let me know. P.S. If you want to address me directly next time, just visit my talk page. – Owencrazyboy9 (talk) 00:03, 26 September 2018 (EDT)
According to dictionary, they're used interchangeably. "Burned" is usually used for past tense and is also American English (which we use), but more info here: Alex95sig1.pngAlex95sig2.png 00:18, 26 September 2018 (EDT)
Yes, Alex95. Because most of the MarioWiki visitors are North American. BooIcon MP3.png Syncro263892XL 18:04, 26 September 2018 (EDT)
In the midwest where I live, "burnt" is used as an adjective, at any rate. Doc von Schmeltwick (talk) 19:22, 26 September 2018 (EDT)
That's also right, Doc von Schmeltwick. BooIcon MP3.png Syncro263892XL 21:27, 26 September 2018 (EDT)

Food in the Modern version of Chef[edit]

In the list of food in the "Modern version" section of this article, "Drumstick" has a question mark after it. The food item that looks like a drumstick can be found on the Game & Watch Gallery 2 article. Alex95 says it's not a drumstick. Does anyone know what the actual name of that food item is? Dwhitney (talk) 16:36, 21 February 2019 (EST)