In Thunderball (1961), before Commander Pedersen tucks into his slice of apple pie onboard the US Navy's submarine, the Manta, he enjoys a meal of Virginia ham with red-eye gravy.
Unlike James Bond, Commander Pedersen of the Manta, as featured in Thunderball, has a great appetite.
Something's not quite right about the quiche de cabinet that James Bond (Roger Moore) cooks in Stacey Sutton's kitchen in A View to a Kill.
As we approach Christmas, what better way to get into the spirit of the season than to watch On Her Majesty's Secret Service, accompanied by a glass of eggnog.
In the novelisation of Licence to Kill, we learn something about James - he is rather partial to Key lime pie, regarding the dish as a wonderful palate cleanser.
Having narrowly escaped death on the beach near Dover, James Bond and Gala Brand head to a hotel for a restorative bite to eat, including fried soles.
At Quarterdeck, M’s country home, Bond sits down to Christmas lunch and the plum pudding duly arrives 'flaming traditionally.'