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Synonyms for gourmet

Synonyms for gourmet

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

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In the area of Ich'chra, Lahore, Gourmet took start with a small shop.
Products from the Elki brand offered by Gourmet Depot include bruschettas, whipped mustards, spreadable cheese dips, pestos and gourmet crackers, all of which Gourmet Depot will be distributing to local grocery stores and fine food and retail gift shops.
The launch event was attended by Michael Romero, general manager of Gourmet Station along with senior officials.
The Gourmet Market will offer a wide selection of new products including natural, organic, sugar-free and antioxidant products from lines including Parker Products, Inc.
Business got so good, he expanded to sell s'mores kits and gourmet hot cocoa powder.
The theme of the 2004 show, "Gourmet Grassroots," is intended to recommit the event to its culinary origins and reaffirm the upscale gourmet focus of the market with a new slate of programming and events.
Balducci's plans to open in late Spring, and will offer a complete array of fresh produce, seafood, meats, cheeses, pastas, breads, chef-prepared gourmet foods and other fine ingredients.
Already well-established at Faro -- the tourist gateway to the Portugese Algarve -- Gate Gourmet Portugal has pooled its expertise with Eurest Inflight Services to form a new joint-venture company at the airport, Eurest-Gate Gourmet Faro Servicos de Catering Lda.
Given the "rush" mindset of most people, where are all these gourmet coffee drinkers getting their beans?
Previously only available to American consumers online, Baby Gourmet has now expanded distribution for their range of delicious and healthy meals for babies into the U.
Among their items; including condiments, sauces, dips, snacks, and beverages; are their ever popular gourmet crackers.
Well, now we have a restaurant in Woodland Hills (previously Jezebel, Mo's and Stanley's) that suggests its pizzas are for gourmets, using the word ``gourmet'' as an adjective in its title, Troubadours Gourmet Pizza.
Sales of gourmet coffees and teas are going strong, even as regular coffee evidence only moderate growth, and regular tea sales show no growth at all, according to a new study by business research firm FIND/SVP.
com), Gourmet magazine's website, which features exclusive content updated daily, is releasing three Holiday Gift Guides: Kids Who Cook; For The Home; and Presents For Pets.