foodie美 ['fudi] 英 ['fuːdi]
a person who is very interested in cooking and eating different kinds of food
an enthusiast of cooking, eating, or shopping for good food
someone who enjoys eating or cooking different types of food and who talks a lot about food
You know what Li? I might not be a foodie, but all this talk of food is making me.
Boulder lived up to its reputation as a foodie town, ordering the most in Amazon's Cooking, Food & Wine category.
As a bit of a foodie, all of these lessons were absolutely enlightening.
If you're marketing yourself as a "lifestyle" destination, you need foodie attractions as well as art galleries and museums.
I've been an economist for some 30 years, and a foodie for nearly as long.
My final stop that evening was at Jitlada, a foodie-anointed Thai restaurant a few more miles east of Grauman's.
However, this impatient foodie could wait no more and convinced proprietor Mr Wu to let us try their fare.
Think tough toys for tough dogs, mentally stimulating toys for clever dogs, and food-driven toys for the foodie-dogs in your life.
York really is a foodie heaven with so many quality local producers, award-winning restaurants and speciality markets.
A word that I will not be using when it comes to my foodie temperament. Dictionary.