Is it permissible to eat from the meat which has been slaughtered for the occasion of [celebrating] the birthday of the Prophet ﷺ?
Joking in speech is like salt in food; if it is lacking or more than necessary, then it is disliked/reprehensible.
The truthful person [is one who] restricts his speech, food, sleep, and mixing with others [to only that which is necessary]…
A man is not [considered to be] from amongst the muttaqoon [الْمُتّقُوْن] until he takes himself to account [to a degree] more than taking his partner to account…
Abu Moosaa al-Ash’aree was eating chicken for lunch, and amongst the people was a man who was sitting, so Abu Moosaa called him over [to join him] for lunch…
The Muslim woman generally spends most of her time in the kitchen, busy preparing various types of food, so [as a result] she misses out on taking advantage of the time during the month of Ramadhaan [to increase in the worship of Allaah]. So do you have any advice for the Muslim woman [in this regard]?
So ‘Abdur-Razzaaq asked about him, and was told he had not eaten anything for the last three days.
I have not eaten my fill for thirty years, except for when I had a guest.
The diet of al-’Alaa ibn Ziyaad every day was [just] a loaf of bread.
[When] I left Koofah for Makkah, I ate [some] food in Koofah, and the next [time I had something to eat was] in Makkah.