Not San Francisco, not the Berkeley “gourmet ghetto,” but Oak-town proper.
On top of all this, for the last 25 years Sara has been working as the executive chef at gourmet magazine.
But there is a pool, gourmet buffet spreads; it is its own perfect place, in a way.
gourmet versions span bite-sized chicken, veal, turkey, seafood, and veggie versions.
His lyrical word play contains rhymes about gourmet food more often than not.
Ted had six woodcock, a gourmet's delight, in the freezer, and he would add the legal two days' possession limit of six grouse.
He was catering for a gourmet in Furneaux, and rose to the requisite height.
From the gourmet's point of view there is little to write as to the Copenhagen restaurants.
But Nodier was far from being the gourmet that Dumas supposed him to be.
The gourmet Boiler is a valuable cooking appliance of the same sort.
"connoisseur in eating and drinking," 1820, from French gourmet, altered (by influence of Middle French gourmant "glutton") from Old French groume, originally "wine-taster, wine merchant's servant" (in 13c. "a lad generally"), of uncertain origin. As an adjective from 1900. Cf. gourmand.