- a person keenly interested in food, especially in eating or cooking.
Origin of foodie
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Examples from the Web for foodie
Surveys may portray us as picky, but in reality our foodie culture is thriving as never before.Brits Are Very Fussy Eaters
August 5, 2014
And Nutella can play the foodie card only in America, Leong points out.How Nutella Conquered America
May 21, 2014
And so I went to talk to him about food and our foodie moment.This Book Will Change the Way You Eat
December 19, 2013
AM: As far as me being a foodie... If a foodie means that I love to eat food, then yes, I am a foodie.Today's Special Spices Up the Big Screen
November 23, 2010
All these foodie facts also humanize people often seen as larger-than-life.Eating With the Stars
August 3, 2010
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.
- a person having an enthusiastic interest in the preparation and consumption of good food
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Word Origin and History for foodie
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