Addictionary is a user-generated “dictionary” of fabricated words. As you'd expect, there are some food-related among the entries. There are plenty more, but I liked these:
axiyum: (noun) A food that is widely accepted for it’s scrumptious attributes and healing power. Usage: It is a universally known axiyum that apple pie and ice cream is the best cure for depression.
gorfu: (noun) Any generalized, unidentifiable oriental food, usually served raw or in neatly spaced cubes. Usage: We are having another course of “gorfu”, aren’t we?
insalt: (verb) To add salt to a gourmet dish without tasting it first. Usage: Ned insalted the chef when he covered his perfect croquettes with a down pour of sea salt.
supperfluous: (adjective) A meal, usually evening meal, where overly generous portions of food are served that no one can finish. Usage: The dinners at that restaurant are supperfluous.
The definitions and usage are error-ridden, but some of them are really clever.