Ms Smith is a majority shareholder in Norwich City Football Club
Cookery writer and broadcaster Delia Smith has become a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Ms Smith, from Suffolk, who is also a majority shareholder in Norwich City Football Club, was made a CBE for services to the food industry.
She received an OBE in the Queen's 1995 New Year's Honours List.
Also honoured was Detective Chief Superintendant Stewart Gull, of Suffolk Police, who has been awarded a Queen's Police Medal.
Those from Suffolk appointed OBE include:
• Steven Sharratt, group chief executive, Bio Group Ltd, for services to business
• Professor Sheila Anne Rodwell, Director, Medical Research Council Centre for Nutrition, University of Cambridge, for services to healthcare
Those appointed MBE include:
- Malcolm Berridge, for services to the community in Lowestoft
- Ms Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy, for services to art
- Craig Dearden-Phillips, founder and chief executive, Speaking Up charity, for services to social enterprise
- Thomas Gondris, for voluntary service to conservation and heritage in Suffolk
- Mrs Maxine Kasicki, for voluntary service to victim support in West Suffolk
- Donald Henry Kitt, for voluntary service to Ipswich Holiday Help for Children
- David Douglas Moar, for voluntary service to cancer charities in Norfolk and North Suffolk
- Mrs Sandra Margaret Pell, chairman, Suffolk Waste Management Group, for services to local government
- Mrs Maureen Dorothy Ann Reynel, for voluntary service through Families in Need
- Mrs Doreen Savage, Felixstowe Town Council, for services to local government
- Lt Col Ronald Ernest Warren, for services to the community in Saxmundham