In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- In part, it's an upmarket deli with the sort of food labels that make foodies purr with contentment.
- A group of highly talented food writers, chefs, restaurateurs, authors, and foodies contribute.
- This attitude makes me worse than a foodie snob - I'm a foodie writing snob.
- Italian foodies can check out the Chicken Lasagne.
- Both are avid foodies, and would like a choice of places to eat out at night.
- And if we're now a nation of foodies how come we spend more than ever on fast food?
- The Mad Aunt and I were accompanied by her son and his partner, all of whom are foodies, veggies or both.
- Some foodies readily dismiss the taco as either mundane or common or even both.
- Few caused as much excitement and interest as Brian Maule's Chardon D' or among Scottish foodies.
- As regular readers may know, I'm quite a foodie - I love food and drink, enjoy cooking, love buying food and eating good meals.
- Not only that, the gourmet cuisine he serves attracts smoking foodies who will adhere to his rules.
- Hurst House is a private social club for foodies and uses food bought and prepared fresh each day.
- For example, farmers should be foodies, eager to sell a ‘food experience’ to their customers, he said.
- Spotting other foodies and restaurateurs eating there too is a good start.
- The activists want all cruelty to animals stopped; the foodies want the best food money can buy.
- At the moment it is keen foodies signing up, but there is scope for corporate events too.
- As for the foodies, he says that the food festival is the best bet since the cuisine includes dishes from north and south Italy.
- Gourmet joints would rather treat foodies to a fresh flush of exotic scents, swivelling sounds, wavy hues and crispy accents.
- The brick oven was roaring at Enrico's, the neighborhood ristorante in Shadyside that's a haunt for foodies seeking rustic retro classics.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
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