Mung Daal's young apprentice, Chowder, dreams of becoming the greatest chef in all of Marzipan. Kidzworld finds out if the Cartoon Network's newest hit is a recipe for big laughs.
Chowder -The super-hyper apprentice of legendary chef Mung Daal, Chowder loves food and dreams of becoming a great chef one day. He lives with Mung Daal and Mung's wife, Truffles, in a room at the top of the catering business.
Mung Daal - When it comes to cooking, Mung Daal knows more than almost anyone. He owns a catering business where he invents food and uses a cooking style that is sometimes totally different than traditional methods.
Shnitzel - A big rock monster who works in Mung Daal's kitchen, Schnitzel doesn't have much of a sense of humor and Chowder is always getting on his nerves. His vocabulary consists of one word, "Radda", repeated over and over, although nobody has difficulty understanding him.
Truffles - Mung Daal's wife likes to be the boss. While Mung daal handles the cooking, Truffles take care of everything else. She has a quick temper and easily loses patience with both her husband and their customers.
Kimchi - Chowder's best friend and pet, who lives in a bird cage next to his bed, Kimchi is a floating cloud who talks by blowing raspberries.
Panini - Panini is Ms. Endive's apprentice and has a big crush on Chowder even though he repeatedly tells he he's not her boyfriend.
Ms. Endive - Mung Daal's chef rival, Ms. Endive insists on perfection in everything she does. Her cooking style is the exact opposite of Mung Daal's.
Chowder has been nominated for two awards in the 35th Annie Awards including
Best Animated Television Production for Children and Writing in an Animated Television Production.
Creator CH Greenblatt has also worked on SpongeBob SquarePants and The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy as a writer and story-board artist.
Chowder's Cartoon Network site has recipes you can actually make at home!
Chowder was Cartoon Network's most watched original new show of 2007.
"I'm not your boyfriend!" - Chowder
"Ah yes! One giant, super destructive watermelon. Thank you Chowder." - Mung Daal
"Oh hello Panini. I have a message for you from Chowder, who I am not." - Chowder
"That reminds me of when we used to dance behind the dumpster." - Truffles
1. In a scholarship exam my little sister asked to answer " who was king of POP"
she wrote Lion King
2. Another question why do we bind an elephant in a tree
she wrote it may bite
3. A picture of a crow sitting on a pot with a straw
she wrote the crow was drinking water using a straw somebody used and put it waste basket for drinking.