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In the Homestar Runner universe, many minor foods periodically appear.

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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
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
"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. But he however mentioned that if he did better he could have had a trophy full of Steak-umms. New Boots
Thinnest can around! Bull Honkey is an energy drink, and a clear spoof of Red Bull. The can, advertised as the "Thinnest can around!", sports a head of a crazed red bull and the words "Caffeinergy sauce" - a portmanteau of "caffeine" and "energy". The Cheat procures eighty-something cases (or 204 cans) of it in the email road trip. The name comes from record book, where one of the records is "Longest Bull Honkey". road trip, Strong Badia the Free, Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective
"We can't go wrong!" Cassssss is a batch of casserole that Strong Bad stepped in to "not lose his edge". your edge
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 comes 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
A loaf... for a peasant! Crustly Guarded Bread is the brand of bread baked by The Three Keepers of Trogdor. 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. Dandies 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
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. Mr. Shmallow
"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. Its exact contents are unknown. Its appearance is accompanied by a gasping noise. 20X6 vs. 1936
"Favorite foods, spiced buns, and all 'at, and all 'at." 1-Up refers to this item as "favorite food", although it is unknown whether that is its true name. The front cover features nonsensical characters that resemble Japanese kanji. This is one of the three foods 1-Up suggests for Stinkoman to be thankful for. Twenty THANXty Six
"Favorite foods, spiced buns, and all 'at, and all 'at." Frozen Bake is a Japanese food that 1-Up suggested to for Stinkoman to be thankful for. This is followed by Spiced Bun. Twenty THANXty Six
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. personal favorites
"Only liars and thieves eat Grumblecakes." Grumblecakes are "like a little cake with some, like, steam and sugar". Only liars and thieves eat them, and, according to The Cheat, those people go to prison. They nevertheless seem pretty popular, at least with Homestar and Strong Bad. stupid stuff, time capsule, Grumblecakes (video)
Hoisin Sauce 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
"Hope it's not too late!" Strong Bad served Hot Choco! to the other characters to fulfill the conditions of his parole. It appears to be a brand of hot chocolate with marshmallows. A Death-Defying Decemberween
"Hot WHAT?" Hot jones, a popular wintertime beverage, is a steaming white liquid with red sprinkles in it. It may possibly be a coffee drink topped with whipped cream. A Death-Defying Decemberween
"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. business trip
Kosherific! One of the many strange drink products in the world of Free Country, USA is L'Chaim brand Kosher Tea. Marzipan is the only character known to drink it. Since it is Kosher, it must meet strict regulations imposed by the Jewish religion. "L'Chaim" is a Hebrew toast meaning "cheers", or more literally, "to life". This is a play on words, however, since L'chaim contains the word "chai", which is a popular kind of tea. looking old
Melt Shake Homestar says he left a jumbo/LARGE Melt Shake in the Gremlin "a week or month ago". By the time Strong Bad discovers it under the passenger seat, it has almost eaten through the cup. In a Quote of the Week, the Melt Shake was used as the "face" of the singers who sing "Jammin' Tunes". road trip, hygiene, Blubb-O's Commercial (mentioned)
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. rough copy
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
Or as we call it around the office, P-Nade Piemonade is composed of a slice of pie stuck in a glass of lemonade with lots of ice cubes in it. Around The Office it is known as p-nade. It may be related to Melonade. other days
"I hope I don't get caught!" Schenectady Crispies is a breakfast cereal that contains "mad chunks of real dough". According to the commericals, ""Schenectady Crispies are so freaking good, they taste twice! Once in your mouth, and once in your esophagus!" They debuted as an Easter egg in the email labor day, but they later appeared in the email the bet, where it is shown that The King of Town likes them. They were named after the sender of the email labor day, who went by the name "Chrispy" and hailed from Schenectady, NY. The slogan used in the commercial Easter Egg in labor day, "I hope I don't get caught!" is likely a reference to cereal commercials where a character trying to steal the cereal being advertised, such as Trix and Fruity Pebbles. labor day, the bet
"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!" environment
"...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). The soy sauce appears to be Kikkoman brand. personal favorites
Spiced Bun is a food that 1-Up suggested to for Stinkoman to be thankful for. Twenty THANXty Six
"...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 made up of paste and staples. Teen Girl Squad Issue 9
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
Three "fines" of ground muddy goodness Super Mud is a product mentioned in the Strong Bad Email date. It is apparently a type of liquified dirt — packaged in a coffee can — that has a high degree of quality, or at least possesses some exceptional trait. While on a date with Marzipan, Homestar Runner unwittingly drank a mug full of Super Mud (with which Strong Bad had switched his gourmet coffee) and immediately spat it onto his girlfriend's face. After Strong Bad witnessed this occurrence on his New Secret Security Camera Monitor, he was heartily amused: "Marzipan's gotta face fulla Super Mud and I'm feelin' fine." date
Oh my, Suudsu! Suudsu (pronounced SUD-zoo) is The Cheat's favorite bedtime snack. He needs it to fall asleep at night, along with "The Denzel" and other rigamarole. Strong Bad has also taken to it, describing it as "Pure Genius!" and "G-E-W-D, gewd". Some mornings The Cheat, if he is still alive after being subjected to bug bombs, will fix Strong Bad and Strong Mad a big pitcher of this delicious concoction. Simply pour skim milk into a glass and add gummy bears. Pure genius! bedtime story
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
"So, Bubs, you gonna eat that swiss cake roll?" In The System is Down, Bubs told Strong Bad and Homestar that the system was down due to someone putting Swiss Cake Rolls in the main chip. The System is Down
A tall glass of frosty root beer! When Strong Bad went to the Storybook universe, Tiny-Handed Strong Bad attempted to dig to China with his ears, while our present-day hero "maxed and relaxed". Tiny-Handed Strong Bad "struck it rich" when he found a tall glass of frosty root beer. Old Timey Strong Bad appeared and, calling it a "Sarsparilla swimming hole", jumped into it. alternate universe
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
Twinkies are a food only seen in Where the Crap Are We?. Homestar pulls the food out of nowhere, convincing Strong Bad that they are in heaven. Where the Crap Are We?
A Pop Tart with a bite taken out of it Ocasionally Homestar Runner characters enjoy eating Pop Tarts.

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privileges, Senor Mortgage
Wine Coola is a alchoholic beverage that one of the Blue Lazors said needed shove down Fightgar's headband. Commandos in the Classroom

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
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
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. The box of CHEETS consist of four The Cheats. licensed
Differently Lame! Coach Z Ale is a brand of (presumably alcoholic) ale that is either produced or endorsed by Coach Z. This "Differently Lame!" beverage may be a competitor of the Cold One. The black-and-white ad for Coach Z Ale is printed on a scroll and features Coach Z with a top hat (normally, he wears a backwards baseball cap) proudly holding a bottle of the Ale, along with two blades of wheat and the product slogan. time capsule
Step right up to get your SB20! SB2O is a water brand sold by Homestar Runner in the email rough copy. It's Strong Bad flavored water according to Strong Bad. Homestar sold it at The Field. He claims it is "bottled at the source" and "pure as a mountain goat." The name is a play on H2O. SB2O would actually be a polyatomic ion composed of Sulfur, Boron, and Oxygen. Strong Bad and The Cheat sued Homestar for trademark infringement by throwing water balloons at him. Homestar sponsored another drink called "Malinko Drinko" at the end of the email, which he claims is "crystal clear like domestic beer". rough copy
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 on the side of the box say "Eggs, eggs, eggs, and 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)
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

Unseen foods

Description Mentions
Bubs' fundraiser candy bars are candy bars that Strong Bad and The Cheat attemped to steal from Bubs' Concession Stand. Strong Bad described there to be crispy crackly ones and regular-ol'-chocolate ones. Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon
Steak-umms are a food that Strong Bad said that The Cheat could of had if he had little extra effort. New Boots
Oreo Cheesecake is a food that Gunhaver said would be a part of the "good" side of the brain. Commandos in the Classroom
Sun Chips is 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

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