Food that Starts with H

Starting with HA
  1. hackberry
  2. haddock
  3. haggis
  4. hake
  5. halal
  6. halibut
  7. hallah
  8. ham
  9. hamburger
  10. hardbake
  11. hardtack
  12. hare
  13. haricot
  14. hash
  15. haslet
  16. hay
  17. hazelnut

Starting with HE
  1. head cabbage
  2. headcheese
  3. heart
  4. heart cherry
  5. heel
  6. hen
  7. herb
  8. herbal
  9. hero
  10. herring

Starting with HI
  1. highball
  2. hindquarter
  3. hindshank

Starting with HO
  1. hoagie
  2. hoecake
  3. hog plum
  4. hollandaise
  5. hollands
  6. homebrew
  7. hominy
  8. hommos
  9. honey
  10. honeydew
  11. honeydew melon
  12. horehound
  13. horseradish
  14. host
  15. hot dog
  16. hot pepper
  17. hotcake
  18. hotchpotch
  19. hotpot
  20. hoummos

Starting with HU
  1. hubbard squash
  2. huckleberry
  3. huitre
  4. hummus
  5. hushpuppy
  6. husk tomato

Starting with HY
  1. hydromel
  2. hyson
  3. hyssop

Food that Starts with H

“H” is for hamburger and hotdog but there are also many other food names that start with the letter H. The list includes all kinds of foods such as vegetables, fruits, meats even grains. Perhaps you have tried many of them.


Fruits that start with H

Hog plum: small native American shrubby tree bearing small edible yellow to reddish fruit. Tropical American tree having edible yellow fruit.

– The hog plum taste is very similar to mango taste, and it has a crunchy texture.


Honeydew: the fruit of a variety of winter melon vine; a large smooth greenish-white melon with pale green flesh.

– Mary likes to eat honeydew each morning. Sometimes plain, sometimes in a salad.


Hot pepper: any of various pungent capsicum fruits.

– As a Mexican I really enjoy eating hot pepper.


Huckleberry: blue-black berry similar to blueberries and bilberries of the eastern United States.

– This huckleberry season I will preserve my fruit in mason jars.


Hackberry: small edible dark purple to black berry with large pits; southern United States.

-There are some hackberry trees around the school. Children love to pick them.


Heart cherry: large heart-shaped sweet cherry with soft flesh.

– The wedding cake was decorated with heart cherries. By the way, it tasted delicious.


Meats that start with H

Hake: the lean flesh of a fish similar to cod.

– We were delighted with some skinless, boneless hake filets.


Hindshank: a cut of meat from the upper part of a rear leg.

– I bought a couple of milkfed veal hindshank. I’m going to prepare them with crushed garlic and rosemary.


Hotpot: a stew of meat and potatoes cooked in a tightly covered pot.

– She prepared a delicious hotpot for dinner. The guests had fun and enjoyed the dinner.


Halal: (Islam) meat from animals that have been slaughtered in the prescribed way according to the shariah.

Halal meat comes from healthy animals at the time of slaughter.


Hare: flesh of any of various rabbits or hares (wild or domesticated) eaten as food.

– The hare was tender and rich flavored. In the other side, the mashed potatoes were a bit dry.


Vegetables that start with H

Head cabbage: any of various cultivated cabbage plants having a short, thick stalk and large compact head of edible usually green leaves.

– It is snowing outside; it is the perfect time for a head cabbage soup.


Hubbard squash: any of several winter squash plants producing large greyish-green football-shaped fruit with a rough, warty rind.

– I bought a couple of Hubbard squashes at the farmer’s market. It is not as common as spaghetti squash.


Grains that start with H

Hoecake: thin usually unleavened johnnycake made of cornmeal; originally baked on the blade of a hoe over an open fire (southern).

– The children love to eat hoecakes with strawberry jelly or maple syrup.


Hominy: hulled corn with the bran and germ removed.

– Fresh hominy corn looks pretty with its golden color.


Hallah: (Judaism) a loaf of white bread containing eggs and leavened with yeast; often formed into braided loaves and glazed with eggs before baking.

– Jules baked hallah breads and gave them as gifts to her neighbors.