The Bible mentions food for Adam and Eve in terms of what the Garden of Eden has to offer. According to Genesis 2:15, Adam is given the responsibility of tilling and keeping the garden going. In exchange, he's allowed to make his meals from all of the garden's trees but one. The book of Genesis [2:19-20] goes on to mention the creation by God, and the naming by Adam, of the creatures of the air and land. But no mention is made of these wild creations as offering other than companionship to Adam.