I could only think of five meals:
1. Last supper
2. Wedding Reception/Water into Wine
3. Multiplied the boys lunch for the multitudes
4. Zacchaeus called down from tree
5. Before Jesus ascended by the lake;Peter jumped off the fishing boat and Jesus ate fish.

How awesome would that breakfast be! Praise The Lord

  • There were actually two occurrences of lunch multiplication: 5000 men + women and children in Mt 14, and 4000 men + women and children in Mt 15. – user45214 Apr 18 '19 at 9:22
  • There are also two meals in Lk 24, after the resurrection, with two different groups of disciples. – user45214 Apr 18 '19 at 9:29
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How many times recorded in scripture; instances where Jesus ate a meal?

“The Son of Man has come eating and drinking, and you say, ‘Look, a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners!’” (Luke 7:34)

  • In Luke and Matthew, it is only all too obvious that Jesus ate after his Temptation in the Desert (Luke 4:1–13) and (Matthew 4:1–11).
  • In John 2, Jesus is at the Wedding Feast at Cana (2:1-11).
  • In Luke 5, Jesus eats with tax collectors and sinners at the home of Levi (5:29-32).
  • In Luke 7, Jesus is anointed by a woman in the home of Simon the Pharisee during a meal (7:36-50).
  • In Luke 9, Jesus feeds the five thousand (9:10-36).
  • In Matthew 14, Jesus feeds 5000 with two barley loaves and two fish. (Mt 14:13-21).
  • In Luke 10, Jesus eats in the home of Mary and Martha (10:25-42).
  • In Luke 14, Jesus shares about the parable of the large banquet in which He urges people to invite the poor rather than their friends (14:7-24).
  • In Luke 19, it is implied that Jesus ate with Zacchaeus and his household (19:1-10).
  • In Luke 22, we read the account of the Last Supper (22:14-23).
  • In Luke 24, states that Jesus stayed and had supper with the two disciples after the encounter on the road to Emmaus (24: 13-35).
  • In Luke 24, there is a second occurrence of Jesus eating after his resurrection. This time with his disciples in Jerusalem (14:35-48).
  • In John 21, Jesus ate fish with his disciples after his resurrection and the miraculous catch of 153 fish (21:1-14).

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