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Al Yeganeh

Even the Third Reich would admit that this New Yorker's soups are delicious. Go »

Aldo Zilli

He knows Italian food from A to Z, even if you can't quite place his accent. Go »

Anthony Bourdain

He has no qualms about sharing exotic dishes from far afield. Go »

Anthony Bourdain

His part-cooking, part-travel show was, by definition, not appointment television. Go »

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield

These lifelong friends have enjoyed sweet success by selling chunky desserts from their Vermont ice creamery. [You must guess both names to be correct.] Go »

Bob Evans

Down on the farm, breakfast consists of pork and sausage. Go »

Bobby Flay

This goo meets every summer ready to grill. Did he name his restaurant after the Flat Earth Society? Go »

Caesar Cardini

Though he may never have conquered Rome, his namesake creation has taken up occupation of many dinner tables. Go »

Dave Thomas

Some people like their burger restaurants old-fashioned and folksy, just like the commercials starring the CEO. Go »

Debbi Fields

You cannot enter a guess at this entrepreneurial goo if your browser doesn't accept... Go »

Duncan Hines

Thanks to his pioneering reviews, finding a good place to eat on the road is a piece of cake. Go »

Emeril Lagasse

Let's kick this game up a notch with this master of Cajun cooking. Bam! Go »

Ettore Boiardi

O boy! If you are a food expert, then you better get this, or you'll get a D for not knowing who this chef is. Go »

Ferran Adrià

If you sent your children to culinary school, would they see this goo to be the greatest of all time? Go »

General Tso

You can call this Chinese general a lot of things, just don't call him a, um, coward. Go »

Giada De Laurentiis

Some of you can guess this Italian every day, but others will have to wait for the weekend to get a way. Go »

Gordon Ramsay

Working for this hellish TV chef must be a nightmare. Go »

Guy Fieri

This fiery guy is a popular host on the Food Network. Go »

H.B. Reese

Cups and pieces are the legacy of this Pennsylvania dairy farmer. Go »

Harland Sanders

It wouldn't be Christmas without him. Go »

Harland Sanders

he gave us the KFC bucket Go »

Ina Garten

where you grow healthy ingredients Go »

Jacques Pépin

This French chef provided the seed for today's explosion of television gourmets. Go »

Jamie Oliver

Cooking naked is a bad way to avoid splatters but a good way to gain fame around the world from your native Britain. Go »

John Schnatter

This paternal CEO has sold a lot of pizza since 1984. Go »

Julia Child

I didn't think that children got to be master chefs. Go »

Mario Batali

This New-York based chef and restaurateur is an expert on Italian cuisine and spends an hour each day talking about chewing. Go »

Matt Preston

This Australian food expert knows the "cure" for hunger. Go »

Nigella Lawson

Let's just say that smoked salmon is an old family recipe. Go »

Padma Lakshmi

According to her title, she's the best in the world at what she does. Solve this one fast and you can be called the best too. Go »

Paula Deen

You'd hide your face too if your culinary masterpiece was fried Hostess cakes. Go »

Rachael Ray

If you can't guess this chef in the next half hour, get out of the kitchen. Go »

Roy Choi

He's the heart and Seoul of the current food-truck craze. Go »

Sandra Lee

Nobody doesn't like this queen of New York. Go »

Wolfgang Puck

This Austrian chef helped popularize Califorian cooking with his puckish charm. Go »