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foodie

Someone who greatly enjoys eating and often preparing and learning about food, especially a variety of cuisines; a gourmet or food connoisseur. My sister's a real foodie, so if she recommended this place, it has to be good. I'm a foodie, so I loved the meal, but my kids wouldn't touch it.

foodie

n. someone who is interested in foods, cooking, and the latest food and restaurant fads. The foodies are all clamoring for fried sweet potatoes with salmon.
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The women answered a series of questions that measured their personality traits, beliefs about gender roles, and their foodie call history.
"Home Foodie" season 5 airs weekdays on GMA 7 after "Unang Hirit" or anytime online through various platforms.
"We're delighted to be bringing back a regular market to the area by starting the monthly Bigg Foodie Friday, which echoes the area's history and aims to stimulate a thriving new future for the Bigg Market."
Marriott's UAE foodie initiative is in response to the growing food and beverage sector in the region, which is expected to grow 7.1 percent annually to reach $196 billion by 2021, according to a research from MENA Research Partners, up from $130 billion today.
The Foodie Friday team is now on the hunt for a similar sized venue where they can take their monthly night market and turn it into a permanent food destination for Stockport.
Thai street food from Somtam Street specialists in this Pan-Asian cuisine and will be at Foodie Friday
Besides, the role of community or culinary community of foodies also has not been maximally empowered, so the development of culinary tourism tends not yet directed in the city of Balikpapan.
FOODIES got the shock of their lives after tucking into trendy grub at a pop-up hipster deli - only to find out it was from Greggs.
Critique: Eric Holt-Gimenez (director of the Institute for Food and Development Policy think tank) presents A Foodie's Guide to Capitalism: Understanding the Political Economy of What We Eat, a scrutiny of the social, environmental, and economic flaws of the neoliberal capitalist system that has dominated food production in modern democratic governments.
The Foodie Destinations initiative was originally part of the Irish Restaurant Awards but has proved so popular it became its own entity last year.
American Foodie delves into this new paradigm by first exploring the history of food production and consumption in the United States.
Sopexa, a New York-based global agency for food, beverage and lifestyle marketing, states in its "2015 Foodie Study" that today's foodies are not only becoming more demanding and more selective, but also becoming "housechefs" or more interested in experimenting at home than going out to eat.
The Sopexa 2015 Foodie Study found that in the U.S., foodies have evolved into "housechefs," whose growing decision-making power requires a whole new set of changes in positioning, purchase patterns and marketing practices.
As the second annual Dubai Food Festival (DFF) 2015 opens on February 6, the citywide culinary celebration promises to be an irresistible spread, offering not just offbeat attractions like the Middle East's first fatafeat kitchen, beach canteen and food truck convoy but also insightful interfaces with celebrity chefs and other foodie who's who.