Charlie has developed a palate for unorthodox cuisine.

Foods Charlie EatsEdit

Cat food ("Dennis Reynolds: An Erotic Life")

Alley Almonds ("Mac Fights Gay Marriage")

Trash ("The Gang Finds a Dumpster Baby") ("Dee Reynolds: Shaping America's Youth")

Grass ("The Gang Gets Stranded in the Woods")

Racoon Meat (Human Meat) ("Mac and Dennis: Manhunters")

Milk Steak ("The Waitress is Getting Married")

Jelly Beans, preferably raw ("The Waitress is Getting Married")

Grilled Charlie ("The Gang Goes Jihad")

Energy Bar (Sedative Filled Brownie) ("The Gang Dances Their Asses Off")

Pickled Eggs ("The Storm of the Century")

Delaware River Catfish and Crabs ("The Great Recession"), ("The Gang Buys a Boat")

Pear Stems, Cores and Stickers ("The Gang Hits the Road")

Fish and Reptile Scales ("The Gang Spies Like U.S.")

Newspaper, Credit Cards, Wolf Hair (possibly unintentionally, as "there is so much wolf hair in our apartment"), Wolf Meat (implied when Mac asks if both of them are eating wolf and Charlie replies asking "have you tried it?) ("Who Pooped the Bed?")

Sunscreen ("The Gang Goes to the Jersey Shore")

Vitamin Balls (made with milk, flour, and vitamins, which Charlie claims he can use to survive for a month) ("Charlie Rules the World")

Copious Amounts of Cheese, Including Rat Trap Cheese ("Dennis Reynolds: An Erotic Life") (various other episodes)

Beak (Frank makes Charlie eat the beak first when he orders a chicken sandwich, which he hates, but Dee reveals that he doesn't have to eat the beak at all) ("The Gang Misses the Boat")

Large Pizza and a Case of Beer ("Mac's Banging the Waitress")

Paint ("Charlie Catches a Leprechaun")

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