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How do you say Cheers in Every Language...

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by wanderlustre 14 years ago

Having worked as a bartender and being a beer lover in general I tried to learn how to say Cheers! in every language I came across. Here's my progress so far. If you have one to add please post! C...

Foodie vs Epicurean vs Foodist vs Gourmand

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by dineandcook 10 years ago

I'm working on an article on different levels/types of food love/appreciation. The terms I could come up with are "foodie, epicurean, foodist, gourmand." Am I leaving any out? To me a foodie i...

Pollo & gallina?

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by rworange 13 years ago

They both mean chicken in Spanish? Is it a country-specific term or the type of bird. I see the word 'hen' sometimes as the English translation of gallina. Is gallina an older stewing hen?

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