Remember that Christ said that “man does not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God”.
Will our resurrected bodies be capable of consumption? Sure. Will we need to eat? Not if we are perfectly united to God (as we will be).
The question remains, however, will we want to eat as a simple pleasure of life? In the beginning, mankind was perfectly united to God. In fact, the idea of God creating a “new heaven and a new earth” at the end of time is that He will restore what was lost at the Fall. In the garden of Eden, Adam and Eve ate from all of the trees in the garden save one. If they were sustained by Grace, they would have had no need to eat, yet they did. This suggests that God created food not only for sustenance, but as a physical way to give us joy. So I think that, yes, we will be able to enjoy good food (possibly hamburgers :D) after the resurrection.