In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1gourmet masculinegastrónomo masculinegastrónoma feminine
- The three-day food fiesta provided the gourmets the opportunity to savour cuisines from various corners of the country and abroad.
- Those who like to savour exotic dishes from around the globe have never had it so good, what with increasing numbers of speciality restaurants opening their doors to discerning gourmets.
- The food is fine but will not satisfy the gourmets.
- Hotels in the city are busy wooing gourmets with food.
- When a traveling newspaper editor teams up with a gourmet cook and restaurant writer, they seek out getaways for gourmets.
- The lip-smacking aroma of the moist kebabs spreads through the restaurant, ‘Aromas,’ enticing the gourmets.
- They were rewarded in style for dreaming up and creating delectable ice cream and confectionery and whetting the appetites of ultra-discerning gourmets from across the globe.
- It is happening at the best of restaurants in town, a fusion of the cuisine of the West and East to delight the adventurous gourmets.
- So gourmets, keep your belly free to fill up with different tastes of India and abroad, during this weekend.
- The redoubtable chefs have prepared an expansive range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes to satisfy the true gourmets.
- Now gourmets can treat their palates to real Turkish food.
- Another food and drink festival is now over, but gourmets and gourmands alike will already be looking forward to whetting their palates at next year's.
- The French, supposedly a nation of gourmets, also had good things to say about Scottish food, showing a liking for dishes such as haggis.
- But the days when Italian gourmets thought Scarborough had nothing to offer but fish and chips - and that English tastes ran to little more than pork pies, steak and kidney pud, and baked beans - are over.
- From September 1 to October 31, a German Food Festival offers gourmets the opportunity to enjoy typical German cuisine in a festive atmosphere reminiscent of the region.
- As gourmets of the world acknowledge, Chinese food vies with that of France for world supremacy.
- International gourmets, nutritionists and local media are invited to judge the barbecues.
- The dishes satiate the gourmets, who are conscious of their calories, but want to enjoy good food.
- Two gourmets were discussing the many ways of cooking aubergines.
- And, in the sincere belief that artists know how to eat well, I was off again in search of grub that would make gourmets weep with joy.
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