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noun as in lover of food

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Their success is reflected in the fact that many foodies now consider their products not only tolerable but trendy.

From Vox

Pires is a big foodie and makes her own date-and-nut balls to bring on the trail as well as a mix of other sweet and salty options.

The Jell-O mold is a joke to foodies today, but before the invention of granulated gelatin, a molded dessert or salad meant some expensive, daunting and laborious process, such as clarifying and straining calf’s foot jelly.

When we know a customer’s preferences or loyalty program membership, we can use it to offer the right upgrade and share the most relevant resources, like details about our restaurants if they’re a foodie or spa information if they love relaxation.

From Digiday

As a self-described “die-hard foodie,” she used to regard going out to eat and hosting dinner parties as fundamental to enjoying life.

Surveys may portray us as picky, but in reality our foodie culture is thriving as never before.

And Nutella can play the foodie card only in America, Leong points out.

Finally, an answer to that long-burning question: Where can we watch foodie hamsters devour gourmet miniature burritos?

It is a fact that America is in the midst of a rather serious foodie movement.

And so I went to talk to him about food and our foodie moment.

But sure the boys' kep their word to him, anyhow, in regard of shootin' Foodie Flattery.

The state of the country, and Foodie's character, justified his apprehension on suspicion.


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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to foodie, such as: connoisseur, gastronome, gourmand, gourmet, sensualist, and bon vivant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.