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A collapse in restaurant dining, worldwide travel bans, and a global recession haven’t stopped well-heeled gastronomes from splashing out huge sums on the prized tuber magnatum pico.
A gastronome of the old school who preserves the simple tastes and adheres to the natural diet of the pre-pork period.
They despise the makeshift spectacle, as much as a true gastronome does mock-turtle, or an old campaigner a sham fight.
In Sir Kenelm's receipts for cookery the gastronome would find something to amuse him, and more to arouse his horror.
A BOOK ABOUT DOCTORSJOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
In the first place, the name of this vessel on which they embarked was named Gastronome.
The Parisian is without a rival as an epicure and a gastronome, and he associates no stigma with the epithet.
DUMAS' PARISFRANCIS MILTOUN
Well, the canon and his niece embarked on board the Gastronome, laden with all that could tempt or satisfy appetite.

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