Don’t matter what holiday you celebrate – winter is the time for some serious FOOOOD.

News: Posted December 14th, 2018 by Alina

^ 12 Comments to “Foooooood”

  1. argentlupus Says:

    I did not know my favorite vampiress is from a Jewish home… or at least I think she is.

    Posted December 14th, 2018 at 10:19 am
  2. Chakat Firepaw Says:

    I’m reminded of one unfortunate thing that happened to a friend of mine one Christmas season. You see, one side of his family is Polish, the other side Ukrainian. This does mean that both sides are of the opinion that you should not be the least bit hungry after a holiday meal, but what made it bad that winter was a difference:

    Poles are generally Roman Catholic, Ukrainians are generally Orthodox. Different dates for Christmas meant not one, but two of those feasts.

    Posted December 14th, 2018 at 11:27 am
  3. Hfar Says:

    I have a friend who does the exact same thing Mark does, but with dim sum. He’ll have a hearty brunch before he arrives and then watches like a sad puppy dog as we all chow down on tons of delicious Chinese food. And then we laugh at him, because we’re all evil.

    Posted December 14th, 2018 at 11:14 pm
  4. StellarJay Says:

    Anything worth doing, like feasting, is worth doing to excess.

    Posted December 15th, 2018 at 3:34 am
  5. argentlupus Says:

    Oh dear gods Chakat… I feel both sorry and envious at the same. Sorry that you had to eat a LOT of food and by the same token the exact same reason for being envious lol.

    Posted December 16th, 2018 at 10:18 am
  6. werp Says:

    For some reason I find a holiday party with no kind of decorations around disturbing to the point these scenes mildly freak me out…I think it’s because it makes it seem like they’re in Australia, whilst everything previously established says otherwise.

    Posted December 17th, 2018 at 3:32 pm
  7. Dean Says:

    @werp: We have Christmas decorations in Australia, you know.

    Posted December 17th, 2018 at 7:31 pm
  8. AceJayce Says:

    Here in Brazil the food is usually the same as (almost) everywhere, with a tendence for more fruits (too hot for heavy and fatty foodstuff) and the delicious “rabanada” / a.k.a. French Toast
    Had to wikpiedia for Latke, never heard of it before and its interesting to know about Sarah being Jewish – or at least her mother is.

    Posted December 18th, 2018 at 3:58 pm
  9. Alina Says:

    Sarah does indeed celebrate Hanukkah, though she’s also happy to attend her friend’s Xmas parties – here’s an earlier sketch of her at home during the holidays:

    Posted December 18th, 2018 at 7:22 pm
  10. Chakat Firepaw Says:

    @argentlupus It wasn’t me who ended up with that extra feeding, but a university friend.

    (BTW: “Chakat” is a what, not a who.)

    Posted December 20th, 2018 at 11:57 am
  11. Geekpride Says:

    If Dustin’s been brought up with the idea that food = love, this shows he really loves his friends. Awwwwww!

    Posted December 20th, 2018 at 2:32 pm
  12. Bakuiel Says:

    Interesting, had to look up Latke’s myself and interesting to know that Jews eat a dish that is pretty similar to the potato pancakes a lot of people here in Newfoundland eat. Different than the potato pudding my family makes though that is one giant cake baked in the oven and served with gravy for Sunday Dinner.

    Posted December 21st, 2018 at 8:25 am