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a person devoted to refined sensuous enjoyment (especially good food and drink)

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I can imagine the pressure a chef goes through, cooking for a bunch of foodies, most of whom are good cooks themselves.
For a chance to spend a day at a Foodies Festival answer this question - which TV show made Levi Roots famous?
As well as Trefor and Marian Roberts of Ochr Cefn Isa, foodie walkers can also drop in on Katie Evans, who makes Snowdonia Range ready meals, and cake maker Eleri Roberts of Popty Pen Ucha.
Local foodie Satish Jacob fumed: "It's got too much cardamom, it's a muddy colour and the flavour is awful.
Marketing chief Adrian Mooney said the "more intense tomato" flavour could win back foodies who had switched to more specialist sauces.
We drinkers usually pay by cash, we rarely quiz staff about the attributes of our drink and we don't need a table number which foodies often fail to make note of.
Michael Oliver, from Thai Edge, and Stephen Woods, the head chef at Bank, were declared the victors, sharing the title of Ultimate Foodie.
But as the food industry talks to the foodies, consumer skepticism is a highly useful marketing tool, rather than a threat.
Self-described foodies should send e-mail responses of 500 words or less to the question: "What makes you Seattle's biggest foodie?
It will also support the local foodie and restaurant scene by connecting and promoting food bloggers, foodies, food photographers and restaurant business owners.
HungryGoWhere, Singapore s best known online destination for all things food-related, is calling on foodies to cast their votes for their favourite food and beverage (F&B) establishments in its inaugural Eat-lections.
Foodie fest goes indoors FOODIES can look forward to a new spin on the EAT
LAST year's inaugural Urban Night Feast organised by 'cook in a curry', Maunika Gowardhan, was a massive success attracting thousands of foodies along to The Boiler Shop in Newcastle's emerging Stephenson area behind the Central Station.
A North Wales street has been shortlisted as one of the best destinations for foodies in the UK.
Foodies are driven by taste or ethics, while fuellies are likely to focus on value.