(1) I couldn't help but smile as Joe, an epicure of Italian descent, tried his first spoonful of pelmeni soup.(2) But England was otherwise no country for the epicure .(3) But she, no epicure , would never describe herself that way.(4) We passed on it in favor of a steakhouse down the street with one thing on the menu, filet mignon in four sizes, he making no pretensions of being an epicure .(5) With effort, she managed to swallow the first soothing mouthful, and she sipped at the water as an epicure would savor a good wine.(6) Not even a black belt epicure could handle this dry grain where every pellet is an individual.(7) You might translate this as glutton, or epicure , depending on personal prejudice.(8) I've come to the conclusion that one of the many variables that defines an epicure , is the ability to stop at more than one restaurant in the course of an evening, in order to complete the dining experience.(9) But whatever they like to be called, be it gastronome or gourmet, bon viveur or epicure , tell them: make your way to the Rose and Crown, Sutton-on-the-Forest.(10) I am not an epicure , nor a world traveler├ö├ç┬¬ but I want to be.(11) But I'll wager that they and everyone else, from epicure to hunger activist, will soon be consulting these volumes as a quick route to erudition.(12) Ben and I decided that it was good that we tried it with each other, so this way we don't have to sit across from some epicure someday and pretend to relish ├ö├ç├┐insect meat├ö├ç├û.(13) I am not one of those epicures who will spend his ducats in search of a new sensation that will gladhand a few obscure tastebuds in the outlands of his tongue.(14) The assembled epicures praised this exquisite tea.(15) With increased demand for terrapins by epicures , prices soared and a market was born to supply the big eastern cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.(16) It does not make sense that animals that are on the verge of extinction are caught because of a minority of epicures .