· Posted: 30 Apr 2007 15:04
Chicken (The Black Island, Page 33) Tintin and Snowy are eating the chicken that Snowy pinched after it fell from the platter on page 32.
Toast and cereal? (The Black Island, Page 40) Tintin and his pilot are having breakfast at the friendly Scot's 'hoose'.
Szlaszeck and szpradj (King Ottokar's Sceptre, Page 5) Tintin's eating at the "Klow", a syldavian restaurant.
Bread (King Ottokar's Sceptre, Page 54) As Tintin runs from his pursuers, he quickly wolfs down a loaf of bread that lands in his arms after a mix-up at a Bordurian table.
Sausages and Mash (The Shooting Star, Page 23) Snowy has the sausages and everyone else has the mash.
Biscuits (The Shooting Star, Page 50) Tintin eats his rations on the meteorite.
Bread? (Prisoners of the Sun, Page 22) Tintin, Captain Haddock and Zorrino enjoy something or other ...
Bread and Cocoa? (Explorers on the Moon, Page 18) The Thom(p)sons twins, Tintin, Calculus, Haddock have a meal before landing on the moon.
Breakfast [toast] (The Calculus Affair, Page 11) Haddock and Tintin enjoy a nice breakfast at the Hall.
Dinner [we don't know exactly what they had] (The Calculus Affair, Page 49) Tintin and Haddock are having dinner with Kronick and Klumsi.
Chicken, bread, and more (The Red Sea Sharks, Page 40) Tintin, Captain, Skut, and Snowy eat a lovely meal on board the Scheherazade, though Tintin is very ill at ease.
Tsampa (Tintin in Tibet, Page 22) The whole expedition eats this meal while they make camp for the night.
Unknown food (Tintin in Tibet, Page 52) While discussing going to the Horn of the Yak, Tintin and the village headman are eating out of a bowl.
Otnosh (Tintin and the Picaros, Page 33 & 34) We see Tintin and Calculus eating this Arumbayan dish, which unfortunately for them was highly seasoned.
Stew (Tintin and the Picaros, Page 50) Snowy eats some stew to show the Picaros that it is safe to eat.