|Food eaten by someone and left in the plate
|Coffee and cake break with friends or colleagues
|Excessive eating because of frustration
|food adverse habits
|To mop up the sauce from your plate with a piece of bread
|A small child who is as tall as three wheels of cheese stacked upon one another
|Someone who is very fond of eating and drinking
|Literally means giving your belly or stomach space to expand after a proper dinner. It signifies being so full that you really have to go lay down and ''uitbuiken''.
|A person who leaves a restaurant without paying
|adverse action food
|Beginning the grilling season
|Cooking with passion
|food love beauty
|A meal between lunch and dinner
|Usually meanng cool or cold, but when used in the context of dining, means the taste which achieves the ideal umami such that the food feels cool
|Having contacted another's mouth directly or indirectly via hand or utensil that is not fit for consumption.
|A beer you're having on your way somewhere (i.e. a party)
|friends event food
|The feeling of falling asleep after lunch or dinner
|The mark left on the table by a cold glass
|Similar to Siwon but has a greater depth in taste. Literally derived from "face-chilling spicy" Usually used to describe heavier stews than word "siwon"
|It's something you eat between lunch and dinner (sandwich, fruit...). At 6pm or so. Kids never miss it.
|Gettiing tired of a certain food
|A second refill or “threefill” of coffee
|Anything that you can put in a sandwich
|To eat yourself into backruptcy
|Literal: "tea and water"; the money and favors given to someone to get things done
|One who is excessively fond of eating and drinking.