chow hound

chowhound

Someone who eats a lot and/or very much enjoys eating. Brian's a real chow hound, so I'm sure he'll eat anything you prepare for dinner.

chow hound

n. someone who loves to eat; a heavy eater. Okay, listen up all you chow hounds. There’s extra beans tonight!
See also: chow, hound
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Chow Hound Pet Supplies (http://www.chowhoundpet.com) announces the addition of their eleventh West Michigan store, located in the Village at Knapp's Crossing, 2050 East Beltline NE in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
"We are excited to be a part of the second phase of development at Knapp's Crossing and to be a part of the community," said Greg Keane, president of Chow Hound Pet Supplies.
"We want Chow Hound to appeal to people who regard their pets as family members," Keane said.
Names like "Memphis Belle", "Chow Hound" and "Maid in the USA", that once went to war on B-17s and B-24s are now carried by B-52s and FB-111s, as well as many other modern aircraft.
The use of chow as a word is almost as varied as the ingredients in the original menus: chow down; chow up; chow hall; chow time, and chow hound.
A Chow Hound is a soldier, sailor, or air person with an oversized appetite who is the first in line in the mess hall and the first waiting for seconds.
The menu included such items as "Kitty's Salmon Supreme," "Chow Hound Chicken" and "Whisker Licking Liver." The meals, which ranged in price from $9 to $21, were served on "appropriate petware" with Evian water accompanying them.
I took him back to the vet when he didn't eat a meal (he was a chow hound).
Most puppies are chow hounds. Put their food down and get out of the way; they are generally as ravenous as wolves.