Magic Chef of Ice and Fire


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His mother kidnapped by the Ice God Pagoda at a young age, Nian Bing grew up travelling with his father, avoiding pursuit. One fateful day, he was forever separated from both his parents and inherited two immortal treasures from them, the Ice and Snow Goddess’ Stone and the Flame God’s stone, allowing him to use ice and fire magic in harmony, a feat unheard of. Taken in by a former chef of legends, once known as the Demon Chef, he creates legendary cuisine while walking the path of vengeance!

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Bing Huo Mo Chu
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archigoel rated it
January 4, 2016
Status: --
I have read this book quite further using SYSTRANS.

Story starts out fine but as plot progresses, MC becomes increasingly ruthless. Eg: MC searches for a Job, a restaurant owner insults him and doesn't hire him. Pissed, MC goes back in night to kill that person.

When I read the scene, I was seriously distressed. Do people in China think such behavior is GOOD?

Similarly their are couple of more incidents like this. It really put me off the book.

Chef is someone who feeds others, not kill others on smallest issue.
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ninthlite rated it
November 26, 2015
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Reading SkyFire Avenue made you feel like the author really wanted to write a cooking novel... Well here it is! So far its readable, but the generic honorable genius main character is too bland for me
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nobelvampire1071 rated it
August 20, 2016
Status: c163
One of the good xuanhuan novels which I have read where people actually behave like human beings. It has a mixture of both cooking and fighting. You will read about the MC getting his god like weapons and using them as kitchen knives. Lol I know it sounds weird but it is very interesting. MC character can be said to be very mature but he does behave childishly. It doesnt have too much slaughtering for a change as most people are not ret*rds and act cautiously. MC only kills those... more>> who have crossed his bottom line. One of the best parts about this novel are the characters. The females have a well defined background and each have very interesting characters. Another good part how the cooking competition is described in a xianxia style. All in all this novel is a very good read with not too many chapters so you will not regret either way. <<less
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Stark3 rated it
June 12, 2016
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I like this one the least of all of TJSS's novels. Have read quite a fair bit using the RAWs.

The character is too generic / bland; what should have made him unique (magic chef) is neglected at some point in the story, after which it becomes your usual conflict. It was fine before that, the marriage of knife skills, magic, etc to cook up stuff was interesting, but it fell flat from there

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There is a kind of r*pe scene, where the MC and one of his female opponents get exposed to an aphrodisiac. Totally unneeded, IMO, and the resulting scenes after didn't make too much sense.

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rhianirory rated it
March 20, 2018
Status: c175
I read ahead a bit with MTL but dropped it recently. despite the title this isn't actually much of a food series. it's certainly no God of Cooking or Gourmet Of Another World.

This is an ok story for what it is. could be so much better if the author had written about the fusion of cooking and magic all the way through rather than making a rather stale mainstream harem xuanhuan in the end.

For the people saying this is aimed at women...... are you nuts?! most women I know dislike... more>> harem novels; the whole multiple wife/s*x partners is rather repulsive. not only that, it has one of those 'accidentally r*pe the girl and she falls in love with you' scenarios; another thing that most women are really not ok with (even if its fiction) but that is almost guaranteed to show up in every Chinese cultivation novel with harem in the tag.

On a personal level I'm fairly disappointment with this story. the author is hit or miss for me, but I started it because I liked some of his other works only to feel let down by the way it turned out. sadly, I think I prefer the forced romance from childhood (DD, DD2, shen yin wang zuo) with its ridiculous and repetitive sacrifice/ amnesia/ insert-cliche-here used to separate the two for half of the series instead of his harem novels. <<less
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Random rated it
December 13, 2015
Status: --
Its quite good actually. An interesting spin on the Xianxia/Fantasy genre by our very own Tang San. The releases are quite random but the story is excellent and worth the wait. No spoilers from me... just read the damn novel bub.
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mikaelhg rated it
May 27, 2017
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As the story progresses, it's more and more noticeable that this is a white knight story targeted to female readers, and explicitly only female readers.

Cooking, the xianxia elements, adventure, everything is secondary to the MC being gallantly at the beck and call of every female character the story introduces as a reader avatar, no matter how little sense it makes in the overall context of the story or the MC's mission.
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DeathStroke96 rated it
December 12, 2016
Status: c27 part2
Pretty decent, enjoyed reading it, so why not give it a try. If you liked any of the other novels by tjss than you will likely enjoy this as well.

btw I know this review is very shallow, but it brings about to the point, there are flaws with certain characters even with the MC when he got to the restaurant, but was enjoyable, but I guess most of tjss novels are usually best read in batches...
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symbiosis rated it
June 29, 2017
Status: c64 part2
Love TS3S work, a chinese approach to a cooking / love / magic novel, can see this work picked up for animation by the media conglomerates. The fusion of cooking and magic give this a unique spin. I had to read the novel instead of waiting on the manhwa!
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Chicken rice
Chicken rice
July 10, 2020
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Started of with good potential. But gone downhill instantly. A ruthless MC who kills randomly anyone who provokes him. Does not have strong character. Sometimes he is ruthless, sometimes he is kind. Show off. Everything seems like a just wanna be story. It does not make sense. Just watching it for knifes. Arbour seems to be a novice writter. Although he is popular, but can't accept this novel is good.
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