Beet, beat, cheat, feat, feet, greet, heat, meet, meat, neat, peat, seat, treat, wheat......
Okay, that's A thru Z in things that end in the "eat" sound. Now to weave them into work.
I once beat a beet to receive the red stain
A feat without cheat into which I drained
Under heat, mixed with meat, with some wheat and grain
A treat so complete that no hunger remained
When I greet the feet of my hungry crew
And seat them, neat, in a row or two
And serve them the mixture I cooked and grew
They delight at the taste of my homemade stew!
Original, fresh, and served.
Okay, so I left out "peat." It didn't fit this rhyme. Whatever isn't useful can be saved for another day.
Now I challenge you: word play! Find an ending, list the possible combinations, and weave them.