snack off

snack off (of) something

to eat food, bit by bit, in little snacks. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) Please don't snack off the turkey so we can get another meal out of it. Who has been snacking off of last night's roast beef?
See also: off, snack
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The food is tasty enough and the menu is extensive, so you can always find something to tickle the tastebuds - whether it's the Sunday carvery or a quick snack off the Light Bites menu.
The supermarket giant has taken every variation of its chickpeabased snack off the shelves as an investigation ensues.
Maybe it's because I've been working like a dog this last week, chasing my tail, that I've really felt the difference in my energy levels from grabbing a shop-bought snack off a shelf and eating last night's healthy leftovers from a Tupperware.
Or the couch that eats a snack off the coffee table and then quickly returns to being a couch.
They dash round to the Kabin, where Norris is horrified when Sylvia snatches his snack off him just as he's about to eat it.
At night sample Indian or Italian menus or traipse to Chinatown for a snack off the open-air stalls.
Divvent mention it son") and Marlon carries the snack off to his larder behind the mirror.
A better option might be to make a visit to the bar just before sunset and order a drink and a snack off its bar menu.