The Best Sunday Comic Strips About Food

Snoopy and Dilbert dish up accurate statements about food with a generous side of wit.

  • Comic: "Peanuts"
Artist: Charles Schulz
Photo: Go Comics
  • Comic: "Dilbert"
Artist: Scott Adams
Photo: Dilbert.com
  • Comic: "Mallard Fillmore"
Artist: Bruce Tinsley
Photo: Mallard Fillmore
  • Comic: "Lola Lollipop"
Artist: Lara Matthews
Photo: Lola Lollipop
  • Comic: "Calvin and Hobbes
Artist: Bill Watterson
Photo: Daily Calvin & Hobbes
  • Comic: "The Born Loser"
Artist: Chip Sansom
Photo: Go Comics
  • Artist: Randy Glasbergen
Photo: Glasbergen.com
  • Comic:  "Garfield"
Artist: Jim Davis Photo: Garfield.com
  • Comic: "Dilbert"
Artist: Scott Adams
Photo: Dilbert.com
  • Comic: "Lola Lollipop"
Artist: Lara Matthews
Photo: Lola Lollipop
  • Comic: "Barney & Clyde"
Artist: Weingartens & Clark
Photo: Go Comics
  • Comic: "Calvin and Hobbes"
Artist: Bill Watterson
Photo: Go Comics
  • Comic: "Rhymes with Orange"
Artist: Hilary Price
 Photo: Rhymes with Orange
  • Comic: "Garfield"
Artist: Jim Davis
 Photo: Garfield.com
  • Comic: "Dilbert"
Artist: Scott Adams
 Photo: Dilbert.com

Even if you think you’re too grown up for cartoons and cereal, Sunday morning just doesn’t seem complete without reading the Sunday Funnies over breakfast. Although printed cartoons (and their newsprint media) are on the decline, Sunday comic strips have kept their nostalgic charm, and they’re still pretty darn funny. And when those comics combine with our favorite thing to talk about (food, duh), what could be better? From classics like “Peanuts” and “Calvin and Hobbes,” to modern relatives like “Lola Lollipop” and “Dilbert,” comic strips are dishing up their usual wit and hitting home with some seriously accurate statements about food.

Click through the gallery for some of our favorite food-related Sunday comic strips.

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