Figureheads and idols representing several food-related deities can be found in the Cannibals' village on Isla Blood in The Curse of Monkey Island. These gods, who bear names of common British origin, are for the most part patrons of very specific aspects of proper dining culture. They are not known to be revered anywhere else.
Eunice is the aardvark-headed goddess of the brown-and-serve dinner roll. A carved figurehead of her tops a house in the village.
Leroy is the god of pudding. A mask of his likeness hangs in the village.
Merton is the bull-headed god of tined silverware, seen only in a figurehead atop another house.
Myron is the god of parsley and other garnishes. The cannibals' village holds a giant idol of this deity.
Ricky is the helpful god of finger-bowls. His idol, on the side of a house, also serves to hold up a light.
Sherman is the lactose-intolerant god of the volcano on which the cannibals have built their village. Because of his unique association with a part of the local landscape, Sherman receives more attention than any fellow god. He is also the only deity whose is hinted to possibly exist, as throwing cheese into the volcano triggers an eruption, explained by the villagers as a violent reaction to any dairy product.