I.e. They were serving food, they had chicken wings, chips and etc.
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Yes. You use past tense to talk about actions in the past.
The simple past tense, is used to talk about a completed action in a time before now. Let me repeat it again "before now". So dude, it can be one second ago, a minute ago, an hour ago etc.
e.g. A few minutes earlier, cousin nick’s bed collapsed under his weight.