Imagine two restaurants.
Strictly speaking, a gourmand is someone who loves food and eats way too much of it.
"There was Jackie Newhouse, the descendant of the great lover, gourmand, violinist and duelist Giacomo Casanova. Jackie Newhouse had, like his notorious ancestor, both broken his share of hearts and eaten his share of great dishes."
Explain the meaning of "gourmand" without saying "foodie" or "glutton."
Writing for the New York Times, Jon Gluck describes a meal that would please any gourmand:
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1. A near opposite of GOURMANDERIE is
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