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  • A Taste Of Honey ( Beatles song )
  • A bite to eat
  • A moment on the lips, a lifetime on the hips
  • A taste of paradise ( Bounty advertising slogan )
  • A-1 makes hamburgers taste like steakburgers ( A-1 Steak Sauce advertising slogan )
  • Acquired taste
  • Al desko ( eating one's lunch while still working )
  • All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth ( Spike Jones song )
  • All the taste, 1/3 of the calories ( Pepsi Max advertising slogan )
  • All you add is love ( Ralston Purina Pet Food advertising slogan )
  • All you can eat ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Andrews for Inner Cleanliness ( Andrews Liver Salts advertising slogan )
  • Armed to the teeth
  • As gentle as a lamb
  • As scarce as hen's teeth
  • Babies love it ( Cow & Gate Milk Food advertising slogan )
  • Back teeth are floating
  • Bad taste in the mouth
  • Bare one's teeth
  • Be a lamb
  • Bed and breakfast
  • Beef. It's what's for dinner ( Cattlemen's Beef Board advertising slogan )
  • Bet you can't eat three ( Shredded Wheat advertising slogan )
  • Betcha can't eat just one ( Lay's potato chips advertising slogan )
  • Big fish eat little fish
  • Bite off more than you can chew
  • Bite to eat
  • Bitter pill to swallow
  • Bounty - the taste of paradise ( Bounty candy bar advertising slogan )
  • Break bread
  • Breakfast At Tiffany's ( Truman Capote book )
  • Breakfast In America ( Supertramp album )
  • Breakfast Of Champions ( Kurt Vonnegut book )
  • Breakfast of Champions ( Wheaties Cereal advertising slogan )
  • Bring out the Hellmann's, and bring out the best ( Hellmann's Mayonnaise advertising slogan )
  • Brown bag lunch
  • Bun in the oven ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • By the skin of your teeth ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Can you tell Stork from butter? ( Stork Margarine advertising slogan )
  • Catholic taste
  • Cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater
  • Cheese eater
  • Chew a gun
  • Chew face
  • Chew out
  • Chew someone's ass
  • Chew the cud ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Chew the fat
  • Chew up the scenery
  • Choosy Moms choose Jif ( Jif Peanut Butter advertising slogan )
  • Chopped liver
  • Chopsticks are one of the reasons the Chinese never invented custard ( Spike Milligan line )
  • Chow down ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Come to the Central Park Zoo Cafeteria. Let the animals watch you eat for a change ( Central Park Zoo advertising slogan )
  • Comfort food
  • Cry like a rat eating onions
  • Cut your teeth
  • Death by chocolate
  • Deja food
  • Devil's food cake ( A rich chocolate cake )
  • Did you Maclean your teeth today? ( Maclean's Toothpaste advertising slogan )
  • Dinner and a movie
  • Dinner date
  • Dinner dinner dinner dinner dinner dinner dinner dinner, Batman!
  • Dish of the day
  • Dish up
  • Do you eat the red ones last? ( Smarties advertising slogan )
  • Do you like hospital food?
  • Doesn't your dog deserve ALPO? ( Alpo Dog Food advertising slogan )
  • Dog does not eat dog
  • Dog eat dog
  • Dog's breakfast ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Dog's dinner ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Don't treat your puppy like a dog ( Ralston Purina Pet Food advertising slogan )
  • Double dipping ( Taking a second dip into food using an item that one has already put into ones mouth )
  • Dutch oven
  • Eat a balanced diet
  • Eat and run
  • Eat crow
  • Eat dirt
  • Eat drink and be merry for tomorrow we die
  • Eat face
  • Eat fresh ( Subway advertising slogan )
  • Eat humble pie
  • Eat in
  • Eat lead sucker
  • Eat like a bird
  • Eat like a horse
  • Eat like a pig
  • Eat my dust
  • Eat my shorts ( A catchphrase from The Simpsons )
  • Eat out
  • Eat out of someone's hand
  • Eat shit and die
  • Eat someone alive
  • Eat to live
  • Eat to live, not live to eat
  • Eat up
  • Eat your heart out
  • Eat your words
  • Eaten alive
  • Eaten out of house and home
  • Eaten up with jealousy
  • Eating disorder
  • Eating for two
  • Eating pate de fois gras to the sound of trumpets
  • Eats shooots and leaves ( classic example of the need for punctuation )
  • Eats, Shoots And Leaves ( Lynne Truss book )
  • Eight out of ten cats prefer it ( Whiskas Cat Food advertising slogan )
  • Every picture tells a story ( Doanes Backache Kidney Pills advertising slogan )
  • Everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Fast food and good for you ( Egg Marketing Board advertising slogan )
  • Fed up to the back teeth
  • Finger food
  • Food chain
  • Food for thought
  • Food miles
  • Food of the gods
  • Food, Folks and Fun ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • For goodness sake, eat golden flake ( Golden Flake Potato Chips advertising slogan )
  • Freddie Star ate my hamster
  • Frosted Lucky Charms, they're magically delicious ( Lucky Charms cereals advertising slogan )
  • Garbage something down
  • Get the bit between your teeth
  • Get your teeth into
  • Give one's eye teeth for
  • Glutton for punishment
  • Gnash your teeth
  • Good Time, Great Taste, That's Why This is My Place ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • Good enough to eat
  • Good talk saves the food
  • Grab a bite to eat
  • Granny, what big teeth you have got
  • Greasy spoon ( a small cheap cafe selling fried food )
  • Grit your teeth
  • Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? ( Sidney Poitier / Spencer Tracy movie )
  • Gut bucket
  • Half a loaf is better than no bread
  • Hampsteads ( Cockney rhyming slang for teeth )
  • Hard to swallow
  • Have a bite to eat
  • Have you for breakfast
  • Heavy Lunch ( Nickname of American football player Norman Hand )
  • Hell's teeth
  • I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti ( The Silence of the Lambs )
  • I can see you standing over a hot stove, but I can't see the stove ( Groucho Marx line )
  • I can't believe I ate the whole thing ( Alka Seltzer advertising slogan )
  • I could eat a horse
  • I married my husband for life, not for lunch
  • I'll eat my hat
  • I've come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass... and I'm all out of bubblegum
  • If music be the food of love, play on ( from Twelth Night by Shakespeare )
  • If you like a lot of chocolate on your biscuit join our Club ( Jacob's Club advertising slogan )
  • In bad taste
  • In like a lion out like a lamb
  • In the teeth of a gale
  • In the worst possible taste
  • In two shakes of a lamb's tail
  • It cleans your breath while it cleans your teeth ( Colgate Toothpaste advertising slogan )
  • It's a Good Time for the Great Taste of mcdonald's ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • It's all done in the best possible taste ( A catchphrase from Kenny Everett )
  • It's jack-a-licious! ( Jack in the Box fast food chain advertising slogan )
  • It's not just for breakfast anymore ( Florida Orange Juice Growers Association advertising slogan )
  • Jack Sprat could eat no fat ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Jack's back ( Jack in the Box fast food chain advertising slogan )
  • Junk food
  • Just for the taste of it ( Diet Coke advertising slogan )
  • Kelloggs, because your best days start with breakfast ( Kelloggs advertising slogan )
  • Ketchup bottle effect
  • Kick in the teeth
  • Kid Delicious ( Nickname of Kevin Durant )
  • Ladies who lunch
  • Lady Marmalade ( Christina Aguilera Lil' Kim and Pink song )
  • Lamb chop
  • Lamb to the slaughter
  • Last taste of freedom
  • Launch one's lunch
  • Leaves a bad taste in the mouth
  • Let them eat cake ( Marie Antoinette quotation - attributed )
  • Let's do lunch
  • Lie through his teeth
  • Light lunch
  • Like pulling teeth
  • Liquid lunch
  • Little Tommy Tucker sings for his supper ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Live to eat
  • Loaf about
  • Loaf of bread ( Cockney rhyming slang for head )
  • Lose your lunch
  • Make a pig of yourself
  • Man eater
  • March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb
  • Mary had a little lamb its fleece was white as snow ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Mexican breakfast
  • More sizzle than steak
  • Mutton dressed as lamb
  • My salad days
  • Nasty taste in the mouth
  • Nothin' says lovin' like somethin' from the oven ( Pillsbury advertising slogan )
  • Nothing else is Arthur's good ( Arthur's Cat Food advertising slogan )
  • Nothing succeeds like a parrot with no teeth
  • Off the menu
  • Off your food
  • On the hoof
  • On the menu
  • One may as well be hanged for a sheep as for a lamb
  • One swallow doesn't make a summer
  • One taste and your stuck on golden flake ( Golden Flake Potato Chips advertising slogan )
  • Out to lunch
  • Oven ready
  • Over the teeth and through the gums, look out stomach here it comes
  • Pass my lips
  • Pepsi's got your taste for life ( Pepsi advertising slogan )
  • Peter Peter pumpkin eater ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Power lunch
  • Prolongs active life ( PAL dog food advertising slogan )
  • Put flesh on your bones
  • Rabbit food
  • Race for the taste, the honey sweet taste!, the honey-nutty taste of Honey Nut Cheerios ( Cheerios Cereals advertising slogan )
  • Raspberry tart ( Cockney rhyming slang for fart )
  • Real food for real people ( The beef industry advertising slogan )
  • Salad Days
  • Salad dodger
  • Salami slicing
  • Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything
  • Send a salami to your boy in the army
  • Set your teeth on edge
  • Silver service ( a method of serving food using silver cutlery )
  • Sing for your supper
  • Sink your teeth into it
  • Slapping the salami
  • Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast ( A catchphrase from Red Dwarf )
  • So Farley's, so good ( Farley's Baby Food advertising slogan )
  • Soul food
  • Soup is good food ( Campbell's Condensed Soup advertising slogan )
  • Sow Dragon's teeth
  • Sprout wings
  • Strap on the feed bag
  • Stuff your face
  • Sugar Loaf Mountain ( tourist attraction in Brazil )
  • Supping with the Devil
  • Swallow the dictionary
  • Swallow your own smoke
  • Sweet taste of success
  • Take a bite out of something
  • Take the biscuit
  • Take the bit between your teeth
  • Tangerine trees and marmalade skies ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Taste Me! Taste Me! Come on and Taste Me! ( Doral Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Taste as good as it smells ( Maxwell House Coffee advertising slogan )
  • Taste blood
  • Taste of your own medicine
  • Taste the rainbow ( Skittles advertising slogan )
  • Taste, not waist ( Weight Watchers Frozen Meals advertising slogan )
  • Tastes so good cats ask for it by name ( Meow Mix Cat food advertising slogan )
  • That just about takes the biscuit
  • The Biscuit ( Nickname of John Cage ( Peter MacNicol ) )
  • The Delia Effect ( increase in sales of food ingredients featured on Delia Smith's cookery shows )
  • The Ketchup Song ( Las Ketchup song )
  • The King and Queen Might Eat Thereof and Noblemen Besides ( Jell-O Gelatin Dessert advertising slogan )
  • The Liver Birds ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Steak ( Nickname of Adriano )
  • The bright lights taste ( Cinzano advertising slogan )
  • The cat who doesn't act finicky soon loses control of his owner ( 9 Lives Cat Food advertising slogan )
  • The clean plate club
  • The dog ate my homework
  • The lion may lie down with the lamb, but the lamb won't get much sleep ( Woody Allen line )
  • The sweet you can eat between meals without losing your appetite ( Milky Way advertising slogan )
  • The taste you love to hate ( Listerine Mouthwash advertising slogan )
  • The totally tropical taste ( Lilt advertising slogan )
  • The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable ( Oscar Wilde quotation about foxhunting )
  • There's fast food, and then there's KFC ( KFC advertising slogan )
  • There's no accounting for taste
  • There's no such thing as a free lunch
  • There's no taste like Stones ( Stones Bitter advertising slogan )
  • Through clenched teeth
  • Top breeders recommend it ( Pedigree Chum Dog food advertising slogan )
  • Tough pill to swallow
  • Two shakes of a lamb's tail
  • Typhoo puts the T in Britain, the T that stands for taste ( Typhoo Tea advertising slogan )
  • Use your loaf
  • Walk and chew gum at the same time
  • What am I chopped liver?
  • Where rocking horse people eat marshmallow pies ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Wining and dining
  • Wolf down
  • Yellow matter custard dripping from a dead dog's eye ( Beatles song lyric )
  • You are what you eat
  • You can't eat scenery
  • You can't have your cake and eat it too
  • You'll wonder where the yellow went when you brush your teeth with Pepsodent ( Pepsodent toothpaste advertising slogan )

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