a connoisseur of good food; gourmet; epicure.
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connoisseur, gourmet, gourmand, glutton, gastronome, epicurean, critic, epicure, aficionado, enthusiast
Also gas·tron·o·mer [ga-stron-uh-mer] /gæˈstrɒn ə mər/, gas·tron·o·mist.
Origin of gastronome
1815–25; < French, back formation from gastronomie gastronomy
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I never heard anything about his war service, but I do know that as a gastronomist his reputation is European.The Motor Pirate|George Sidney Paternoster
gastronomer (ɡæsˈtrɒnəmə) or gastronomist
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1823, from French gastronome, a back-formation from gastronomie (see gastronomy). Alternative gastronomer is recorded from 1820.
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