most meats are on a low residue diet, you should stay away from stringy meats at first, like roast beef or pulled pork. But, if i were you so soon after surgery, i wouldnt eat a hamburger, not because of blockage, but because it might give you lots of gas. Esp fried in a pan.
I at alot of cheese ravoli, with marina (not meat) sauce at first. Pasta is a good thing to eat, dairy is fine, but dont do alot of it at first.
Potatos are good, they slow output and you probaby have ALOT of output right now, that will slow too. You dont have to drink hot tea just liquid, water is best. Even now, if i eat something like a salad or a lot of veggies, i drink alot of water with it. If you wanna eat something now that you think might give you a blockage, or something not on the low residue diet, i suppose you could put it in the food processor and puree it like baby food, but i think that might be gross for some things, lol.
Just think of things that are hard to digest, like fresh fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds and things that give you gas, like pizza, spicy stuff, beans anything that gave you gas before. And stay away from those right now.
Dont worry you will be able to eat them soon, just its better to eat easy things first. And when you do start to eat new things, add one thing at a time.
Like say you wanna try apples, broccoli and lettuce.
On Monday morning try half an apple. if you are alright by the middle of the day, you will probaby be good with apples, then try the broccoli for dinner. then the lettuce the next day.
Now if something gives you gas or trouble the first time that doesnt mean you wont ever be able to eat it again, it just means you need to give your tummy a little more time!
I hope i didnt confuse you!
good luck, and dont worry you will be changing that thing by yourself in no time!