- A fussy eater (n.) -to eat familiar foods or to try new foods unwillingly, as well as strong food preferences
- Home-cooked food (n.) -food which are made and eaten at home
- Processed food (n.) -is the transformation of agricultural products into food, or of one form of food into other forms.
- A slap up meal (n.) -is a large enjoyable meal.
- A take away (n.) -a cooked meal prepared in a restaurant and eaten at home
- A ready meal (n.) -processed food
- A quick snack (n.) -a small amount of food between meals
- Follow a recipe (v.) -to cook a meal using instructions
- A scrumptious meal (n.) -a extremely delicious meal
- Rabbit food (n.) -salad or raw vegetables, characterized as insubstantial or tasteless.
- Nutritious products (n.) – products rich in calories.
- Starving hungry (n.) -to be extremely hungry.
- Catch a snack (v.) -to eat a little portion of food very quickly.
- To bolt something down = to eat something quickly.
- To eat like a horse = to eat a great deal.
- To have a sweet tooth = to have a propensity and preference for eating sugary foods.
- To make your month water = to make you feel very hungry for something.
- To tuck into = to eat something with pleasure.
- To wine and dine = to entertain someone by treating them to food and drink.
- To work up an appetite = to do physical work that leads to you becoming hungry.
- To foot the bill = pay the bill for something, typically when the amount is considered large.
- To have a balance diet = to get the proper nutrition from your diet
- To grab a bite to eat = to eat something quickly (when you are in a rush)