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put on the (old) feedbag

slang To begin eating; to have a meal. I can't wait to get to Grandma's and put on the old feedbag. She always cooks the tastiest food! What do you say we put on the feedbag before we head out?
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put on the feed bag

Also, tie on the feed bag. Eat a meal, as in Come on, it's time to put on the feed bag. This slangy term, alluding to a horse's feed bag that is literally tied on, dates from the early 1900s.
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put on the feedbag

and put on the nosebag and tie on the nosebag
tv. to prepare to eat; to eat a meal. (Refers to a bag of feed tied under a horse’s mouth.) I’m starved. Must be time to put on the feedbag. Let’s go to Mickey D’s and tie on the feedbag.
See also: feedbag, on, put