gastronome


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Synonyms for gastronome

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

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The gastronome, now in his 70s, says they were handed out by former owners of the guides whom he claims failed to meet his high standards.
On my tombstone, I would like it to say, `Best before' and the date I died'' Sir Clement Freud, gastronome, bon viveur and former Liberal MP
For the gastronome, Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn, whose bedrooms are named after characters from Dickens's novels, has a huge following and makes the most of local produce in its brasserie and restaurant.
John was a gastronome and delighted in cooking, and describing the preparation and taste of favourite dishes and favourite wines.
Anthony Bourdain, gonzo gastronome and former bawdy bad boy of the foodie scene, has entertained us as a chef, writer and global chronicler of daring dining for years.
There was plenty to satisfy the budding culture vulture and enthusiastic gastronome at the Beats, Eats and Treats festival held at Whitmore Bay, Barry Island.
This instalment finds the gastronome in the city of Ravenna, where he discovers Piadinas, a thin Italian flatbread street food dating back to Roman times.
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The same gastronome professes to loving Lambrini - "It's got to be cherry Lambrini, though.
More than 800 guests came out to fete the new Sofitel Paris Arc de Triomphe, just a stone's throw from the Champs-Elysees, in the presence of Robert Gaymer-Jones, Chief Executive Officer of Sofitel Worldwide; Olivia Putman, Studio Putman Artistic Director; Beatrice Schopflin, General Manager of Sofitel Paris Arc de Triomphe; gastronome and restaurateur Jose Da Rosa from Epicerie Da Rosa; and Rami Mekdachi, who developed the hotel's olfactive signature with the candle 14.
I am no gastronome, but as with all expats, I enjoy a comfortable life and have had my fair share of international travel and 'tucked into' meals at some of the more famous restaurants around the world - many connected to celebrity chefs.
The judges are gastronome Loyd Grossman, food writer Tom Parker Bowles, baker Stacie Stewart and Women's Institute member Anne Harrison.
The late racing fan and gastronome Sir Clement Freud, when giving his advice to the inexperienced racegoer, said: "Drink champagne at York, where it is cheaper than anywhere else I know.
Pepperidge Farm must be satisfied knowing that it passed off a cheap mix of sugar, water, trans-laden oils, and white flour as a classy dessert for the discriminating gastronome.
gastronome Sheilah Kaufman published her second book on Turkish cuisine which she said was "in love with".