"V babiččině kuchyni vždy bylo co jíst."
Translation:There was always something to eat in Grandma's kitchen.
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Both "něco k jídlu" or "něco k snědku" are literally "something to eat" and widely used.
However, they are not completely equivalent with "mít co jíst":
František má co jíst. - František has some food he can eat. He will not be hungry.
František má něco k jídlu. - František has something to eat, some food. Perhaps he will share it with us. or František is already eating it.
Je co jíst. - We have something to eat. We will not be hungry.
Je tu něco k jídlu. There is something that can be eaten here.
Máme něco k jídlu. We have something that can be eaten.