Once Link obtains the Honeycomb from some bees that attacked Tarin, he can take it to the Chef Bear. The Chef Bear has ran out of ingredients, and she is very thankful when Link lets her have the Honeycomb. In return, she gives Link the Pineapple, which can be taken to Papahl. Afterward, she tries to help Link move the Walrus from the path leading into Yarna Desert by suggesting he brings Marin to sing for him. One day, she hopes to open a branch in Mabe Village.
The Chef Bear, like all of the inhabitants of Animal Village, is very fond of Marin. She calls her "Little Marin" and greets her enthusiastically if she follows Link into her house. She is so happy to see her that she almost doesn't acknowledge Link.
- ↑ "For instance, Chef Bear is concocting a delicacy that requires honey, but she has none." — Link's Awakening Nintendo Player's Guide, pg. 47
- ↑ " Rik'm rak'm! I ran out of ingredients! If I had honey, I could make this fit for a king!" — Chef Bear, Link's Awakening.
- ↑ "Hi ho! Hey you! Is that possibly a you have? I just ran out! Will you swap it for a pineapple? Yes No" — Chef Bear, Link's Awakening.
- ↑ "Hi ho! Yeah, I know, that tub of goo is asleep right in the way to Yarna Desert! Once he's asleep he won't budge for a loooooonng time. But hey! Take Little Marin and wake him up with her song! That slob would wake up with a jump if he heard her sing, for sure! Heh heh heh!" — Chef Bear, Link's Awakening.
- ↑ "My ultimate plan is to open a branch in Mabe Village!" — Chef Bear, Link's Awakening.
- ↑ "HI HO! Little Marin! Welcome! ... ... ... ... Oh, shucks! You are here too... Sorry..." — Chef Bear, Link's Awakening.