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And this week's theme is Food [first snippet having any relevance to food, eating, drinks, drinking, etc.]
Here's mine from Strange Murders at Greystones by Elsie N. Wright (p. 92):
"Poor Griggs dropped something in her hurry." Polly stooped to pick it up, and unwrapped it. It contained half a roast chicken. Polly threw herself into a chair and laughed.
"What ho! Old Griggs has been filching from the icebox! Griggs of all people! At her age! I certianly never suspected her of such a thing. Why, she used to make me go without my dinner if I so much as snitched a doughnut from the pantry."