"Eat at Home" is a 1971 single by Paul and Linda McCartney that also appeared on their album Ram from the same year. The song, a standard rock number, features McCartney on lead vocals, electric guitar, bass and drums and Linda McCartney performing backing vocals.
The single was not released in the UK or the US. It was released in several European countries and reached #7 in the Netherlands and #8 in Norway.
Music critic Stewart Mason of Allmusic described it as McCartney's homage to Buddy Holly, and Stephen Thomas Erlewine, also of Allmusic, described it as "a rollicking, winking sex song."
Although John Lennon was highly critical of many of the songs on Ram, feeling they were veiled attacks on him, he publicly admitted that he enjoyed this particular song quite a bit.
Little Joy often included a cover of the song in their setlist during the Little Joy tour.