Usually, comestibles.articles of food; edibles: The table was spread with all kinds of comestibles.
Origin: 1475–85; < Late Latincomēstibilis, equivalent to Latincomēst(us), past participle of comedere to eat up (see comedo; -ēstus for -ēs(s)us by analogy with gestus, ūstus, etc.; see combust) + -ibilis-ible; see eat
1837, "article of food," from Fr. comestible, from L.L. comestibilis, from L. comestus, pp. of comedere "eat up, consume," from com- "thoroughly" + edere "to eat" (see edible). It was attested earlier as an adj. (late 15c.) meaning "fit to eat" but seems to have fallen from