We see St. Paul chastising the Corinthians for improper behavior during the Eucharistic meals, in 1 Cor 11:21-29 (NRSVCE):
When you come together, it is not really to eat the Lord’s supper. For when the time comes to eat, each of you goes ahead with your own supper, and one goes hungry and another becomes drunk. What! Do you not have homes to eat and drink in? ......... Whoever, therefore, eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be answerable for the body and blood of the Lord. Examine yourselves, and only then eat of the bread and drink of the cup. For all who eat and drink without discerning the body, eat and drink judgment against themselves.
One is inclined to believe that the Eucharistic celebration of the Early Church consisted of an entire meal, and not just receiving of small pieces of sacramental bread as we do today. Acts refers to the custom as “breaking of the bread” (2:42 and 20:7).
My question therefore is: According to Catholic Church, did the Eucharistic celebration of Early Church consist of an entire meal?