What kind of foodie are you?

What kind of foodie are you?

What kind of foodie are you?

foodie is a person who has an ardent or refined interest in food and alcoholic beverages.

A foodie seeks new food experiences as a hobby rather than simply eating out of convenience or hunger.

The “foodie” — not as elitist as a gourmet, more discriminating than a glutton — was first named in print in the early 1980s.

The term came into use almost simultaneously in the United States and Britain.

Typical foodie interests and activities include the food industry, wineries and wine tasting, breweries and beer sampling, food science, following restaurant openings and closings and occasionally reopenings, food distribution, food fads, health and nutrition, cooking classes, culinary tourism, and restaurant management.

A foodie might develop a particular interest in a specific item, such as the best fusion food or baking.

Many publications have food columns that cater to foodies and many of the websites carrying the name foodie have become popular amongst the foodies.

Interest by foodies in the 1980s and 1990s gave rise to the Food Network and other specialized food programming, popular films and television shows about food such as Top Chef, The Great British Bake Off and MasterChef, a renaissance in specialised cookbooks, specialised periodicals such as Gourmet Magazine and Cook’s Illustrated, growing popularity of farmers’ markets, food-oriented websites and blogs.

These days everyone’s a foodie.
The real question is, what kind of foodie are you?
From true gourmets to adventurous free spirits, find your spot on the foodie scale.

Find out below, What kind of foodie are you? with the quiz.



How well do you know English accents?

How well do you know English accents?

How well do you know English accents?

Do you know some of these 25 English accents?

Test How well do you know English accents?

Can you which accent comes from which country or region – this is a challenge in 25 accents – How well do you know English accents?

English is perhaps one of the most dialect-diverse languages in the world.

With countless accents shaped by thousands of years of history, there are few languages with as many varieties of language, accents, slangs and dialects.

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