There is a great conversation between RJ the Racoon and the other critters in the film ‘Over the Hedge‘ albeit exaggerated.
[showing the other animals around the houses] They *always* got food with them. We eat to live – these guys live to eat! Let me show you what I’m talking about!
[as he speaks he shows the other animals what humans do]
The human mouth is called a ‘piehole’, the human being is called a ‘couch potato’.
*That* is a device to summon food.
That is one of the many voices of food.
[signifies front door]
*That* is the portal for the passing of food.
[signifies delivery truck]
*That* is one of the many food transportation vehicles. Humans bring
the food, take the food, ship the food, they drive food, they wear the
*That* gets the food hot!
*That* keeps the food cold!
*That*… I’m not sure what that is.
[kids break the piñata and Verne yells]
Well, what do you know? FOOD!
[signifies table where family prays before dinner]
*That* is the altar where they WORSHIP food!
[signifies advert for Seltzer]
That’s what they eat when they’ve eaten TOO MUCH food!
*That* gets rid of the guilt so they can eat MORE FOOD! FOOD! FOOD! FOOD! FOOD! FOOOOOD! So, you think they have enough?
Well, they don’t. For humans, enough is *never* enough! And what do
they do with the stuff they don’t eat? They put it in gleaming silver
cans, just for us!
[opens the thrash cans and throws them]
Two Indian cities come to my mind when I think of places that have the biggest variety of food available – Mumbai (the variety in cuisines & budget itself is mindboggling) and Hyderabad (just for the vertical in Irani and Andhra cuisines).