Examples of gourmet in a Sentence
food critics have to be gourmets in order to write about food in an informed way
Synonym Discussion of gourmet
Definition of gourmet
- a gourmet meal
- gourmet cooking
- a gourmet chef/restaurant
- It offers guests tennis courts of red clay, pheasant hunting, a spa, gourmet dining and a wine cellar with more than 900 selections.
- —Bruce Schoenfeld
- a gourmet kitchen
Recent Examples of gourmet from the Web
Two blocks west at the Euro Food Depot, a handful of customers wearing blue Qualcomm lanyards browsed the aisles of the small import market selling hard-to-find gourmet items from France like chestnut spread, pork rillettes and foie gras mousse.
Drai's rooftop playhouse offers music lovers 30,000 square feet of slip-proof pool deck to get low on, plus luxury cabanas, day beds, two full-service bars, palm trees and a full-service gourmet cafe.
An Alaskan might forgo a latte to pay $5 for a single perfect Sumo mandarin orange, flown in by New Sagaya, the city’s largest gourmet market.
The restaurant offers made-from-scratch gourmet mac and cheese in 15 varieties, such as pizza mac and cheese, Philly cheesesteak mac and cheese and goat cheese mac and cheese.
In the main area, guests dined on meatballs, gourmet chicken wings and all manner of fruit.
Free activities for kids, unlimited mimosas for $10 and live music, local produce, plants, exotic flowers, herbs, baked goods, gourmet foods, teas, coffee and specialty pet products at the Waterfront Commons in downtown West Palm Beach.
Dean & Deluca, the Kansas gourmet chain with stores uptown and in SouthPark, expanded its selection of meat, seafood and produce last spring at its Phillips Place store.
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