An airline meal is a meal served to passengers on a commercial airliner. These meals are prepared specifically for this purpose by special airline catering services. Airline meal"

A banquet is a large public meal or feast, complete with main courses and desserts. It usually serves a purpose, such as a charitable gathering, a ceremony, or a celebration. Sometimes a banquet consists of only desserts. Banquet"

Blue-plate special or blue plate special is a term used in the United States by restaurants, particularly (but not only) diners. It refers to a specially-low-priced meal, usually changing daily. It typically consists of a " meat and three" (three vegetables), presented on a single plate, often a divided plate (rather than more elegantly on separate dishes). The term was very common from the 1920s through the 1950s. As of there are still a few restaurants and diners that offer blue-plate specials under that name, sometimes on blue plates, but it is a vanishing tradition. The phrase itself, however, is still a common American colloquial expression. Blue-plate special"

Breakfast is a meal preceding lunch or dinner and usually eaten in the morning. Less frequently, the term breakfast may also be used by people that work evenings or late nights to refer to the first meal of the day, although it may not include the same ingredients as breakfast in the standard sense. Breakfast"

Brunch is a late morning meal between breakfast and lunch, as a replacement to both meals, usually eaten when one rises too late to eat breakfast, or as a specially-planned meal. The term is a portmanteau of breakfast and lunch. It originated in the USA, unlike Tiffin. Brunch can be served after a morning event or prior to an afternoon one, such as a wedding or sporting event. It is usually a more relaxed meal than breakfast or lunch, and considered appropriate for informal celebrations. A Simpsons episode ( 7G11) famously described brunch this way: "It's not quite breakfast, it's not quite lunch, but it comes with a slice of cantaloupe at the end." Brunch"

A buffet car is a passenger car of a train, where snacks and drinks can be bought at a counter and consumed. Typically passengers are not allowed to consume brought-along food and drinks in this car. Compare dining car. Buffet"

A coffee break is a daily social gathering for a snack and short downtime practiced by employees in business and industry. The term is American but has become universal in the modern world and is employed whether or not participants are actually drinking coffee. It corresponds with the Commonwealth terms elevenses and morning tea, although the term coffee break is increasingly used even in those countries. An afternoon coffee break is sometimes had as well. Coffee break"

In the Roman Catholic Church, the term collation is used to describe each of the two small meals allowed on days of fasting (with or without abstinence). The term originated in Benedictine monasteries where the reading of excerpts from The Lives of the Fathers (Collationes Patrum), written by Cassian, was followed by a light meal. Collation (meal)"

A cream tea or Devonshire tea is tea taken with a combination of scones, clotted cream, and jam. In the United States, it is promoted as a typically English and perhaps upper class meal. Cream tea"