Here are the Most “Delicious” Country Songs About Food

Are you hungry yet?

The best country songs about food

Food is a universal love language. We all need to eat, so we might as well enjoy it! From breakfast all the way through late-night dessert, these country stars love singing about something delicious. If you’re dreaming of eating something amazing, just listen to our favorite country songs about food!

1. “Biscuits” – Kacey Musgraves

We know Kacey Musgraves is really just trying to tell us to live our own lives. But dang it, she’s making us hungry, too. Anyone else craving a big ol’ plate of a certain breakfast staple after you listen to this one?

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2. “Jambalaya” – Hank Williams

If the experience of Louisiana was embodied in a song, it would be this one. If a low country crawfish boil sounds like your idea of fun, crank this one up. If you close your eyes, can you smell the spicy jambalaya yet?

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3. “Chicken Fried” – Zac Brown Band

In this upbeat song, the Zac Brown Band sings about all the simple pleasures in life, especially food. Fried chicken and beer on a Friday night– does it get much better than that?

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4. “Watermelon Crawl” – Tracy Byrd

This song has us craving some juicy watermelon… the quintessential taste of summer! This song became so popular when it was released that it even has its own line dance.

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5. “Do You Want Fries with That” – Tim McGraw

This song is less about food and more about passive aggressive revenge. Still, we can’t help but think about french fries when we listen… with some ketchup in the bag, as Tim McGraw says.

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6. “Cheeseburger in Paradise” – Jimmy Buffett

If you’ve ever tried a diet and found yourself craving something deliciously grilled and greasy, Jimmy Buffett understands. He likes his with an onion slice, Heinz 57, and fries. How do you want your “cheeseburger in paradise”?

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Which of these country songs about food has you craving something yummy?