The London Foodie
The related terms “gastronome” and “gourmet” define roughly the same thing, i.e. a person who enjoys food for pleasure;the connotation of “foodie” differs slightly—a sort of everyman with a love for food culture and different foods.
Some, such as Paul Levy, say the foodie can still be a “foodist”. The London Foodie.
Earliest uses of the word
The term came into use almost simultaneously in the United States and Britain. Priority goes to Gael Greene, who, in June 1980, wrote in New York Magazine of a character who “slips into the small Art Deco dining room of Restaurant d’Olympe … to graze cheeks with her devotees, serious foodies.” Empresas de servicios a domicilio en tenerife.
Several readers’ responses named Paul Levy, food writer on the same magazine, as the perfect example. Foodies have a significant social media presence; food lovers have created their own YouTube, channels where they show what they cook and where they eat around the world. Comida a domicilio a esta hora.
It has also become a common practice to take photos of food and beverages consumed at home or outside and share them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or other media in a form of food porn.