Do we know how many thousands of pounds of food have been taken out?
Combine all the dry-rub ingredients in a food processor and run until thoroughly blended.
When rescuers contacted them, they still had a little bit of food left.
We basically got too smart for our own good; we moved from cooking to “food processing.”
He has an undescribed “medical condition,” and even feeds himself by sucking up a food substitute through a straw under his mask.
Not life then without the food, or before the food, but by the food.
There had been food; but nobody had any appetite but herself, and she had eaten it up.
She was provisioned with all the food they could spare for the six who were to go.
"I heard you say, 'I have it,'" added Sim, jumbling the words through the food in his mouth.
They tore up shrubs and plants that gave them food and medicine.
Old English foda "food, nourishment; fuel," also figurative, from Proto-Germanic *fodon (cf. Gothic fodeins), from Germanic root *fod-, equivalent of PIE *pa- "to tend, keep, pasture, to protect, to guard, to feed" (cf. Greek pateisthai "to feed;" Latin pabulum "food, fodder," panis "bread," pasci "to feed," pascare "to graze, pasture, feed," pastor "shepherd," literally "feeder;" Avestan pitu- "food;" Old Church Slavonic pasti "feed cattle, pasture;" Russian pishcha "food").
Food chain is from 1917. Food poisoning attested by 1864; food processor in the kitchen appliance sense from 1973.
Material, usually of plant or animal origin, that contains essential nutrients, such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, or minerals, and is ingested and assimilated by an organism to produce energy, stimulate growth, and maintain life.