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Copy Ability InfoBox
Cook Allies.png
Artwork from Kirby: Star Allies
Debut Game Kirby Super Star
Last Game Kirby: Star Allies
Other Game(s) Kirby & the Amazing Mirror, Kirby Super Star Ultra
Type(s) Single use
Obtained from Chef Kawasaki, Cookin, Prank's frying pan projectile
Power(s) Turns all on-screen enemies into food
Helper None
Comparable to Crash, Paint, Magic
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Cook (misnamed Chef in the Kirby: Triple Deluxe keychain) is an ability gained by absorbing two enemies at once or by swallowing Chef Kawasaki or Cookin. It allows Kirby to put all enemies and stars on screen into a pot and produce food.[1] Kirby's physical appearance in Kirby Super Star Ultra changes only with the addition of a chef's hat. When activating the ability an animated scene begins with Kirby donning a chef hat and conjuring a large gold colored pot. The pot pulls all on screen enemies and stars in then Kirby seasons and stirs the now burning pot. Kirby will raise his arms indicating completion and as many snacks as things in the pot will burst out.

The Cook Copy Ability is one of the few powers that has a limited use[2] and affects all enemies on screen. After using the cook ability once, Kirby returns to his regular state. Kirby cannot produce a helper using this Copy Ability.

Cook was also Kirby's Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, where nearby enemies get sucked up into a pot and are cooked. After he is done, the enemies sucked in and some health restoring food are released.

Artwork of Cook Kirby from Kirby Super Star Ultra.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Cocinero Cook
French Cuisine Cook
Dutch Kok Cook
German Chefkoch Cook
Italian Cuoco Cook
Russian Повар


  1. "Cook your enemies into a nutritious and delicious snack." —Kirby & the Amazing Mirror (In game description)
  2. "This trick only works once before it goes away." —Kirby & the Amazing Mirror (In game description)