TweetWhatYouEat has both a web interface and allows you to send tweet to twye listing food consumption. The result is a diary of food that, of course, also lives in the public timeline. you can include calorie counts if you know that too. I wish the login was oAuth, but that was the only drawback i saw in the simple to use interface. The date, time, item and calorie are all listed in a chart format.
You can track and manage a taboo food list, see the total items you eat and your longest streak of tracking items themselves. A great tool and easy way to track what you eat and when for the dieters out there. Or the OCD people. Whichever.