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Just as people in the real world need to eat, so do the characters in the Homestar Runner universe. These food items are varied, from strange ethnic foods to common junk food. Some foods are just plainly ridiculous in their name, shape, or size, while others look normal. Some characters even have their own brand of food named after themselves (or as a pun on their name) or shaped like the character.

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[edit] General Minor Foods

Image Description Appearances
He brought some ambrosia salad. Ambrosia Salad is a fruit salad variation that normally contains sour cream, whipped cream, mandarin oranges, pineapple, and coconut. Some variations also contain bananas, strawberries, or miniature marshmallows. Ripberger takes some to Blue Laser's Thanksgiving Party in Let us Give TANKS!, and it was light blue with white and yellow chunks in it, served in a large yellow bowl. Let us Give TANKS
"Thanks for the chippies, Strong Bad!" Andy Capp's Hot Fries are given to Coach Z by Strong Bad with the seeming intention of harming him. These are later seen in Kick-A-Ball, except called "Cheat-Toes". email your friends
"I've transcribed Paradise Lost onto this single grain of basmati rice!" Strong Sad transcribes Paradise Lost onto a piece of basmati rice into four languages. email record book
Baklavas, anyone? Baklava is a food that Marzipan brings out at the end of Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon. Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon
"I brought him a hot covered dish to brighten his dismal life." Marzipan claims that bean sprouts are "a hot covered dish". The dish doesn't have a cover. A Decemberween Mackerel
"And a solid F- on smelling any good." Brown Mayo is a brand of mayonnaise that The Poopsmith brought to Labor Day. It is assumed that it is made out of whatsit. email labor day
"You know, Brunsy, the 50th anniversary is the dollop of sour cream year!" Brunswick Stew is a stew that Strong Bad gave The Cheat after he made New Boots, although he mentioned that if The Cheat had done better, he could have gotten a trophy full of Steak-umms. The King of Town took a bowl of Brunswick Stew out on a date at Marshmallow L'est Stand. New Boots, email love poems, Play Date
"Ooh! Cadbury Creme Egg omelette!" Cadbury Creme Egg omelet is what Strong Bad imagined getting at dinner in dreamail. email dreamail
"Would you care for a funtime treat?" CAN D is a small white container of candy that Homestar tried to give to Marshie, only to be pelted by marshmallows. Malloween Commercial
"I dan't know why. Exprecially since you have this can of peas to look forward to." Canopy's is a brand of peas that Senor Cardgage bought at a garage sale. email garage sale
"We can't go wrong!" Cassssss is a batch of casserole that Strong Bad stepped in to "not lose his edge". your edge
Chockle Chockle is box of chocolates that Sickly Sam brought to his date. Sickly Sam's Big Outing
Choco-Lumps Choco-Lumps is a candy mentioned in Mr. Shmallow. Choco-Lumps is one of the four candies that Mr. Shmallow used to describe as an ordinary candy, and a reason to turn to Fluffy Puff Air Puffed Sugar Delights instead. Mr. Shmallow
Corn Krunch Corn Krunch is a corn flake cereal. Homestar Runner hot-glues the flakes to his face to make himself ugly for the "jazz ensemble" in death metal. It claims to come with a free full-size alto saxophone. In specially marked, it is one of the Iowa-grown cereals Strong Bad says to avoid since it is only likely to include fitness products as free toys. death metal, specially marked
"Homestar, can you pass the soy crisps?" Crisps, A-Soy! is a soy-based snack food. Naturally, Marzipan enjoys them, and perhaps The Cheat does as well. It is unclear from the packaging whether they are made by the "Health!!" company or just that they're supposedly healthy.

The name is a reference to Chips Ahoy! brand cookies and to the many soy products whose names contain puns on the word "soy" (e.g. "Soy Good" soy milk). There is also a product named "Soy Crisps".

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Actual bowls of crispy puffed rice cereal Crispy puffed rice is a type of cereal that has appeared a few times in the Homestar Runner universe. Although rarely seen, it is one of the many cereals available to eat in Free Country, USA. It is also the only cereal that has never been seen in a cereal box. candy product, hygiene
A loaf... for a peasant! Crustly Guarded Bread is the brand of bread baked by a sect of closely guarded monks high atop the Coches Mountains. According to Strong Bad, they would rather bake this bread than divulge the secret of Strong Bad's age. looking old
"Gotta get those omega-3s!" Cut Me Some Flax! (seed oil) is a brand of vegetable oil made with the seeds of flax. Marzipan pours it into a bowl of unknown contents in order to add omega-3s. Quality Time
Dandy indeed. Dandied Sugar is a candy mentioned in Mr. Shmallow. Dandied Sugar is one of the four candies that Mr. Shmallow used to describe as an ordinary candy, and a reason to turn to Fluffy Puff Air Puffed Sugar Delights instead. Mr. Shmallow
This bag of delicious bag Delicious "Bag" is a candy mentioned in Mr. Shmallow. Delicious "Bag" is one of the four candies that Mr. Shmallow used to describe as an ordinary candy, and a reason to turn to Fluffy Puff Air Puffed Sugar Delights instead. Delicious "Bag" is also one of the candies that can be given to Coach Z and Bubs in 3 Times Halloween Funjob. Mr. Shmallow, 3 Times Halloween Funjob
"Okay. If you say so. Would you care for some dry meal?" Dry Meal is a sack of a powdery substance, offered to Stinkoman by The Homestar Runner. It presumably contains some sort of ground flour, although the specific cereal grain or starch from which it is derived is not known. Its appearance is accompanied by a gasping noise. 20X6 vs. 1936
"Favorite foods, spiced buns, and all that, and all that." 1-Up's favorite food comes in a blue box that features nonsensical characters that resemble Japanese kanji and hiragana. 1-Up simply calls the box "favorite food", although it is unknown whether that is its true name. This is one of the three foods 1-Up suggests for Stinkoman to be thankful for. Twenty THANXty Six
"And out poured a lifetime supply of fishsticks. And a The Cheat!!!!" A lifetime supply of fishsticks came out of the giant egg in flashback. email flashback
Fried Fish with a lemon Fried Fish is one of the eight foods that the King of Town adds to the ghost story in Homestarloween Party. The fried fish appears to actually not be fried, but be a regular cooked fish with lemon wedges to the side. Homestarloween Party
"Favorite foods, spiced buns, and all that, and all that." Frozen Bake is a Japanese food that 1-Up suggested to for Stinkoman to be thankful for. This follows Spiced Bun. Twenty THANXty Six, Where My Hat Is At? (toon)
Globs of Meringue Globs of Meringue is one of the eight foods that the King of Town adds to the ghost story in Homestarloween Party. Globs of Meringue appears to be Jello, rather than meringue. Homestarloween Party
Grilled cheese! In the SBASAF slideshow, a Grilled Cheese sandwich is also seen. email space program
"Now spell: come back Ali. Come back Ali's sister." Grape-Nuts is also an existing cereal in the Homestar Runner world. Grape-Nuts is distributed through the company "Food", a spoof off of Post with a similar logo. email personal favorites
"I have to be going, Ethel. I've got some important lines to stand in." A "slice" of Gum is given to Strong Bad by Senor Cardgage in kind of cool. email kind of cool
"And heavenly ham" Heavenly Ham is one of the eight foods that the King of Town adds to the ghost story in Homestarloween Party. Homestarloween Party, The House That Gave Sucky Treats, email the bet, See Ham for all appearances
"We carefully place a spoonful of hoisin sauce on Strong Sad's disturbing soft-serve flip." Hoisin sauce is a Chinese dipping sauce. In keep cool, Strong Bad and Strong Mad put a spoonful of Hoisin Sauce on Strong Sad's head prior to asking him to determine the temperature. Halloween Potion-ma-jig (Easter egg) (mentioned), keep cool
A jelly donut In the last frame of Strong Sad's storyboard, a Jelly Donut is seen with Strong Bad's reflection in it. Sbemail 150?!?
Klondike Pudding Klondike Pudding is one of the eight foods that the King of Town adds to the ghost story in Homestarloween Party. Klondike Pudding appears once before it is mentioned. Homestarloween Party
"We really just made it!" Buying Last Minit Peanut Brittle is evidently the real reason to go on business trips. According to Strong Bad, it could also likely swim better than The Spirit of St. Louis. email business trip
"I still hate you and later on, you're gonna get cut!" In The Homestar Runner Gets Something Stuck In His Craw, Homestar spun off to Mars and brought back meatball subs. Also in Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer, Rather Dashing is seen eating a meatball sub by a tree. In Peasant's Quest, the meatball sub is an optional item which may be used to appease the first Keeper of Trogdor. Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer, The Homestar Runner Gets Something Stuck In His Craw, Peasant's Quest
"Did somebody say 'Sepiatone'?" Meatloaf is a common family dinner. Strong Bad suggests spicing up any videos of it by "taking it back to the Ol' West" and adding sepia tones. Email videography
"THRILL! AS THE CHEAT ATTEMPTS TO JUMP THE TIRE OVER THE KOT EATING A CARDBOARD BOX COVERED IN SYRUP!"
The Mrs. Syrup is a brand of syrup, that the King of Town ate on top of a cardboard box, while The Cheat jumped over him in a tire. The Mrs. Syrup resembles the famous syrup brand, Mrs. Butterworth's. email monster truck
With finest cigars! Mungo's Caviar is a part of a candle-lit dinner, with burritos and cigars. lady...ing
They aren't very thin at all. Not-So-Thin Mints are apparently a type of Girl Scout cookie sold by the "Pale Scouts", of which Strong Sad seems to be a member. Strong Bad once "sued" his younger brother for custody of these. email rough copy
"That way, I would always...have a bucket. You know, for like, dumping oatmeal on stuff..." Strong Bad insisted that he would want to replace one of his hands with a bucket, that he could fill with oatmeal and pour on things. email new hands
"IT TASTES SO GOOD!" Pasta salad was put into Strong Mad's underwear drawer starting the "Who Put Pasta Salad in Strong Mad's Underdrawer Drawer Scare of '04". email old comics (Easter egg)
"Hey there, Bubs in the store. Paunchberry's was a new ice cream!" Paunch Berry Icéd Cream is a "new" brand of ice cream. The individual buckets were made into a tower, and it even has its own dance. Where U Goin' 2?
"This guy smells like pea soup." At TrogdorCon '97, The Cheat and Strong Bad filled up a horn with Pea Soup and shot it at the "Godzilla guy" (The King of Town). TrogdorCon '97
A Pop Tart with a bite taken out of it Ocasionally Homestar Runner characters enjoy eating Pop Tarts. The Balding Man wanted to buy a Pop Tart, but was rejected apparently because his credit was so bad. email privileges, Senor Mortgage, email hremail3184
"I eat said cereal, play with the prize, and save the Box Top." In Pistols for Pandas, Crack Stuntman uses the money donated to PFP to buy Prize-O's. Stuntman likes to eat the cereal and play with the prize inside of it. He saves the box tops to eventually take to a local school. Pistols for Pandas
"Meet Strong Sad." Rogan Josh Pot Pie is pot pie that Strong Sad was eating in narrator. Strong Bad referred to it as "grody ethnic food." email narrator
Salisbury Sundae
Salisbury Sundae is one of the eight foods that the King of Town adds to the ghost story in Homestarloween Party. The sundae has five different flavors and a cherry on top. Homestarloween Party
Sauce A bottle labeled Sauce is seen in a few toons. The bottle has two red peppers printed on the front, suggesting that it is hot sauce. email your friends, email new hands, email fingers
"Mmmm... Drink in that Bun!" Sog Dogs are hot dogs that Coach Z prepares using hydroelectric power (or, more accurately, by holding a hot dog in its bun under a hot shower). The slogan for this product is "Mmmm...Drink In That Bun!" email environment
"Yeah, there were big plans once. It was to be made of the finest materials. On a massive scale that would rival the Aztecs and their...techno-chocolate land."
Two sour apple blow-pops were placed at the top of Strong Bad's monument, stuck inside a novelty afro. email monument
"...to the MOOOOOOON!" Strong Bad claims that both he and The Cheat once got drunk off of soy sauce (presumably in an unaired email), causing them both to do strange things with Bubs' Concession Stand (Strong Bad thought he could fly it to the moon, and The Cheat tried to eat it). Based on the bottle design, the soy sauce appears to be Kikkoman brand. email personal favorites
"Favorite foods, spiced buns, and all that, and all that." Spiced Bun is a food that 1-Up suggested to for Stinkoman to be thankful for. Twenty THANXty Six
"MSG'd!" The Teen Girl Squad went to get Pan-Asian cuisine and ordered 3 spring rolls, which were thrown at them by the Arrow'd Guy. Teen Girl Squad Issue 3
"...a heaping bowl of Staple Sauce..." Staple Sauce is a sauce eaten by What's Her Face, in Teen Girl Squad Issue 9, as part of a musical montage. She eats a large bowl of the sauce, which results in her death. It appears to be a thick liquid with visible staples mixed into it. Teen Girl Squad Issue 9
A Strawberry Frosted Donut Strawberry Frosted Donuts is one of the eight foods that the King of Town adds to the ghost story in Homestarloween Party. Homestarloween Party
"Ah, The Cheatbot! I would love a stuffed grape leaf!" Stuffed grape leaves are hors d'œuvres that The Cheatbot served to Strong Bad as an example of a robot serving hors d'œuvres. email technology
Don't Borrow From Thy Neighbor! Suge Brown is a brand of brown sugar for which Strong Sad apparently has a penchant for eating at 4 am on Saturday mornings. Its motto is "Don't Borrow From Thy Neighbor!". It is sold in boxes weighing one whole pound. best thing, Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People
"Oh, the Swordish Forsh!" Strong Bad wanted Viklas from Sweden to send him some Swedish Fish as well as Swedish meatballs. email little questions, 3 Times Halloween Funjob
"The Swedish Flag Does A Dance" Strong Bad wanted Viklas from Sweden to send him some Swedish meatballs as well as Swedish fish. email little questions
Sweet Brand Meats Sweet Brand Meats is a candy mentioned in Mr. Shmallow. Sweet Brand Meats is one of the four candies that Mr. Shmallow used to describe as an ordinary candy, and a reason to turn to Fluffy Puff Air Puffed Sugar Delights instead. Mr. Shmallow
Ptooie! One of Homestar's favorite pastimes is "spittin' Teddy Grahams", causing them to stick to various surfaces. couch patch, strongbad_email.exe Disc Two
"Cuz I'm don't get paid!" Temporarios are a breakfast cereal endorsed by Strong Badathlon athlete Strong Bad that satirizes cereals endorsed by olympic athletes who rely on product endorsements for income due to Olympic amateurism regulations. To support this, the cereal's slogan is "Cuz I'm don't get paid!" The Temporarios box features the "2007 StrongBadathlon" logo and the text "side words" on its side panel. The cereal itself appears to be similar to Froot Loops, although its name suggests a reference to Cheerios. strong badathlon, Homestar Ruiner
"Except that sounds pretty creepy and I'd probably go to jail." TendaRONi is a brand of macaroni that Strong Mad used to make a macaroni picture. email portrait
"I THOUGHT WE WERE TALKING ABOUT MOTORCYCLES!" In Where U Goin' 2?, Strong Mad pulled out a motorcycle, seemingly made out of tomato slices and hotdog weiners. The title bar for the cartoon indicates that it is called the "Tomatocycle", and the front cover of a sports magazine in A Decemberween Mackerel confirms this. Where U Goin' 2?, A Decemberween Mackerel
Bobbin' for Turduckens! In Halloween Fairstival, the King of Town hosted a "bobbin' for turduckens" contest. Strong Bad tried to take The Cheat there so he could lose his hiccups. Halloween Fairstival
"Here's a Twinkie!" Twinkies are a food only seen in Where the Crap Are We?. Homestar pulls the food out of nowhere, suggesting to Strong Bad that they are in heaven. Where the Crap Are We?
"Let's get yogurt!"
In Teen Girl Squad Issue 2, the girls go to get yogurt at TCYBCBY. It appears that it is optional to put sprinkles on the yogurt as well. Teen Girl Squad Issue 2
"Teehee." "We're cool"
A weight labelled "NO pounds" and a bag of YOU'RE NOT Potatoes were dropped on What's Her Face and The Ugly One, respectively, for claiming that they were cool. Teen Girl Squad Issue 4

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[edit] Unnamed foods

Image Description Appearances
"Here you go. Oh, and you're out of mayo." Homestar hands The Poopsmith a hamburger in secret identity and tells Strong Bad he's out of mayo. In the DVD commentary, Homestar refers to it as a "McRib". email secret identity
"It deliciously didn't work!"
Homestar grabs a popsicle out of the King of Town's "hands". The King claims it's prescription. Bug in Mouth Disease

[edit] Food named after characters

Image Description Appearances
Crush the Cheat Commandos... O's! Blue Laser Blasts! is a cereal in Free Country, USA based on the Cheat Commandos TV show. specially marked
From Homemáde! Bubs' Doughnuts from Homemáde! are doughnuts shipped from a third world country named Homemáde. Bubs only did this so he could legally print "Homemade" on the package. Donut Unto Others
It sure is old! Bubs' Old Pizza is another fine product that Bubs sells, presumably from his concession stand. Homestar Runner is his delivery boy, bringing The Cheat's order to him in the email "privileges". Judging from the name, and the slogan "It's-a really old", the product is not very fresh. The grease stains on the box further add to the questionable quality. privileges, Homestar Presents: Presents, bike thief
"I'ma head over to Bubs'" Bubs' Thirty Cent Lunch Special is a thirty-cent food with two hot buffalo wing bones, a cup of ice, and a half-eaten candy bar. It appears to only be available from 11 am to 3 pm. email no loafing
Not O's in the least Sugar Crunchy Cheat Commandos...O's Sugar Cereal is a breakfast cereal made by Cheap as Free foodstuffs. The product was introduced by a commercial in which several members of the Cheat Commandos were saved from exhaustion in the desert by a welcome delivery of the cereal. Ironically, they are not O's, but instead are a Cap'n-Crunch-type cereal. The cereal is not part of a nutritious breakfast, but rather a delicious or "ridiculous" one. They come in two varieties: "regular", and with Fluffy Puff Marshmallows. It also comes with a gallon of ice cream. The box features several activities on the back, such as a Crack Stuntman mask, a maze and a word search. Cheat Commandos...O's, specially marked, Homestar Ruiner
Always check your Cheaters' Almanac. Cheat-toes is a bag of orange snacks, a reference to Cheetos. Kick-A-Ball
Who can resist these sugar-crusted The Cheats? CHEETS are a series of marshmallow The Cheats, a parody of PEEPS. CHEETS were one of the many unlicensed products that Strong Bad mentioned in the email licensed. licensed
Featuring a human nose The Strong Badge: The Movie Lollipop is a licensed unlicensed gummi lollipop from "Strong Badge: The Movie". licensed
"It's light green!!!" Strong Bad's Double Deuce-blemint Gum is a brand of chewing gum similar to Doublemint gum. It costs 25 cents and advertises the fact that it has a light green color. The side of the package reads "Strong Bad's Double Deuce-blemint Gum is the product of choice." 2 emails
A Nutritious Part of your Morning Routine! Little is known about Strong Bad's EGGS "brand type cereal" other than the fact that it originated in an Easter egg at the end of Strong Bad Email morning routine. This breakfast cereal claims to be "A nutritious part of your morning routine" and essentially has the endorsement of Strong Bad. According to the front of the box, it has duck, goose, nut-hatch, and brown eggs. It is interesting to note that all the types of eggs featured on the box were originally found in the couch by Strong Sad during the aforementioned Strong Bad Email. In the nutrition facts listed on the box as "side words", "0 mg" is cited seven times. The ingredients list on the side of the box says "eggs, eggs, eggs, two more eggs". morning routine
With Real The Cheat Spots! The Cheatcakes are a specialty food The Cheat made for Strong Bad as a substitute for Grumblecakes. Even though The Cheat added even more steam and sugar than the Grumblecakes, Strong Bad still didn't accept the substitute for the Grumblecakes that he couldn't get. The Cheatcakes have their own "jingle" which encourages people not to eat Grumblecakes. The lyrics are as follows: "Only liars and thieves eat Grumblecakes, and those people go to prison. Just ask The Cheat." stupid stuff, do over, Grumblecakes (video)
It wouldn't be the first time The King of Town's Last Three Items in the Pantry Special! is food made from onion salt, hot sauce, and lumps of coal. It is priced at $f.ood. Decemberween Short Shorts
Whisk away the worries! Uncle Strong Bad's Flavor Taste Style Chewing Powders is a brand of "chewing powders". This was introduced in an Easter egg in 2 emails. It is endorsed by Old-Timey Strong Bad, and its slogan is "Whisk Away The Worries!". It is produced in Strong Bad Powdertory in St. Louis, Missouri. It appears to have a "flavor" taste to it. 2 emails

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[edit] Unseen foods

Description Mentions
Homestar told Strong Bad that he would sell his half-eaten breakfast burrito on an online auction. The real burrito was actually put up for auction on the internet. email english paper
Bubs' fundraiser candy bars are candy bars that Strong Bad and The Cheat attempted to steal from Bubs' Concession Stand. Strong Bad described there to be crispy crackly ones and regular-ol'-chocolate ones, which Strong Bad thinks are "fool's gold". It is suggested that Marzipan helped to sell these with Bubs at one point. Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 3.0, Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon
Coach Z orders a "cod plank platter" from Bubs. He becomes very impatient when neither Strong Bad or Bubs gets it for him. Email lunch special
Strong Badman asks for a danish from Li'l Stiny. Danishes were also mentioned briefly as part of Strong Bad's rock opera. email superhero name, email rock opera
The Dijon Chicken is one of the three stout sub sandwiches that Strong Bad brought with him to Strong Badia, in its claimed origins. email colonization
Dinner mints were mentioned in an ad in Under Construction. The ad read "After dinner mints highly recommended." Unrelatedly, in do over, Strong Bad suggests having dinner and after-dinner mints with Ali and Ali Jr. Under Construction, email do over
Coach Z also orders a basket of "double hot wings, pants down" from Bubs. Email lunch special
The Cheat writes "Duck A L'Orange" on a sign, in the hope of being able to get some. Strong Bad refuses. Email lunch special
Egg rolls are another food that Coach Z orders from Bubs. Email lunch special
While in a bottomless pit, to avoid dying of starvation, So and So requests a single Frito. Teen Girl Squad Issue 4
Lunchables were briefly mentioned by So and So, begging for food. Teen Girl Squad Issue 4
Strong Bad apparently invited Coach Z over for gumbo, which he threw up into a ripped hole in Strong Bad's couch. email couch patch
The Ham n' Swiss is one of the three stout sub sandwiches that Strong Bad brought with him to Strong Badia, in its claimed origins. email colonization
Strong Bad thought that his action figure would sell like hotcakes, and especially if it smelled like them. email action figure
Strong Bad asked The Cheat to get him some mustard-crackers after he slapped the Cheat-cakes out of his hand. email stupid stuff
Oreo Cheesecake is a food that Gunhaver said would be a part of the "good" side of the brain. Commandos in the Classroom
In Strong Bad's dreamail, he told Chester Eleganté to tell Adelaide that the poached eggs were tremendous. email dreamail
In the rich newspaper in portrait, the paper explained that pork bellies would be served around 8-ish. email portrait
So and So asks for a Rib-A-Q while falling down the Fighting Growlbacks Bottomless Spirit Pit. Teen Girl Squad Issue 4
Steak-umms are a food that Strong Bad said that The Cheat could have had if he had made a little extra effort. New Boots
Sun Chips are a food that in Page Load Error, Strong Sad warns the viewer not to eat. Strong Sad and the Deleteheads packed them special. Page Load Error
Sugar Daddys are a candy that Open Source Greg, brought back to the other Gregs when he took advantage of the "concession stand mainframe". 4 Gregs
Veggie Delux is one of the three stout sub sandwiches that Strong Bad brought with him to Strong Badia, in its claimed origins. email colonization

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