George’s Top 20 Seinfeld Food Related Moments


Last week I brought you the Top 15 Seinfeld Food Related Episodes over at Eating the Road. Seinfeld is chock full of many other hilarious food related moments that aren’t necessarily the entire plot. From Jerry’s love of cereal to their frequent dining at Monk’s food is practically the fifth cast member.

Well now over here at Top Cultured we’ll continue delving-in to all those hilarious moments. We’re going to take a look at some of the all-time best and we’ll start with the top from George (a few from Elaine too). Stay tuned for the best from Jerry and Kramer. Now grab a pastrami on rye, sit back, relax and enjoy.

George eats the eclair from the trash.
“The Gymnast” – Season 6 Episode 6

George eats the ice cream sundae on TV.
“The Lip Reader” – Season 5 Episode 6

George thinks his girlfriend is bulimic.
“The Switch” – Season 6 Episode 11

Jerry & George at Mario’s Pizza
“The Frogger” – Season 89 Episode 18

George’s co-worker tells him the ocean is running out of shrimp.
“The Comeback” – Season 8 Episode 13

George eats an onion thinking it’s an apple.
“The Glasses” – Season 5 Episode 3

George gets caught double dipping.
“The Implant” – Season 4 Episode 19

George eats a pastrami sandwich during sex.
“The Blood” – Season 9 Episode 4

George gets turned on by his meal.
“The Blood” – Season 9 Episode 4

George gets inspired to postpone his wedding.
“The Postponement” – Season 7 Episode 2

George drinks the tea.
“The Heart Attack” – Season 2 Episode 8

George’s date likes Risotto more than sex with him.
“The Mango” – Season 5 Episode 1

George orders the opposite.
“The Opposite” – Season 5 Episode 22

George’s parents get mad about not being served dessert.
“The Rye” – Season 7 Episode 11

George doesn’t get any bread.
“The Soup Nazi” – Season 7 Episode 6

George makes his second attempt at ordering.
“The Soup Nazi” – Season 7 Episode 6

George likes his spicy chicken.
“The Jimmy” – Season 6 Episode 19

George and his parents at the dinner party.
“The Rye” – Season 7 Episode 11

George gets pulp in his eye.
“The Wink” – Season 7 Episode 7

George accuses the mechanic of taking his Twix.
“The Dealership” – Season 9 Episode 11

Here are a few Elaine food related moments:

Elaine orders Chinese food from the janitor’s closet.
“The Pothole” – Season 8 Episode 16

Elaine yada yadas sex.
“The Yada Yada” – Season 8 Episode 19

Elaine eats Peterman’s $29,000 cake.
“The Frogger” – Season 9 Episode 18

Elaine’s boss eats Snickers with a fork and knife.
“The Pledge Drive” – Season 6 Episode 3

….and I just couldn’t resist throwing in this classic. Here is Jason Alexander in 1985 (four years before Seinfeld) schlepping the fabulous McDonald’s McDLT.

“Hey, you say you’re getting tired of lettuce and tomato hamburgers in the town that don’t quite make it? Yeah! You say that just once you’d like your hamburger hot and your lettuce and tomato cool and crisp all at the same time? Yeah! Well I say you got it. I’m talking McDonald’s new lettuce and tomato hamburger the McDLT. I’m talking 1/4 beef on the hot hot side. And the hot…stays hot. The new McDLT. Hot hot! Crisp lettuce and tomato on the cool cool side. And the cool…stays cool. The new McDLT. Cool crisp! The beef stays hot, the cool stays crisp, put it together you can’t resist. The hottest taste, the coolest dish. Keep the hot hot, keep the cool cool, McDLT, McDLT. Hot beefy McD, cool crisp LT. McD…LT. It’s a good time, hot beefy McD, for the great taste, cool crisp LT, of McDonald’s. Could be the best tasting lettuce and tomato burger ever! New McD…LT!”

Really Jason, really….the best tasting lettuce and tomato hamburger ever? Where’s your precious McDLT now? I mean come on…even the McRib is still kicking it.

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