[ahn-telm] /ɑ̃ˈtɛlm/ (Show IPA), 1755–1826, French jurist, writer, and gastronome.
These are little gastronomic felicities which Brillat-Savarin, otherwise so complete an author, overlooked in his book.
The Red Inn Honore de Balzac
“I was in the drawing-room, enjoying my dinner,” said Brillat-Savarin, beginning an anecdote.
The Devil’s Dictionary Ambrose Bierce
None more than Brillat-Savarin has carried the fame of Bresse abroad.
Castles and Chateaux of Old Burgundy Francis Miltoun
This quip has been wrongfully attributed to Brillat-Savarin.
All About Coffee William H. Ukers
Dumas’ soup for dinner; but for breakfast the unrivalled omelette of Brillat-Savarin.
The Feasts of Autolycus Elizabeth Robins Pennell
Since Brillat-Savarin it has been the fashion for magistrates to be epicures.
The Companions of Jehu Alexandre Dumas, pre
“Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are,” long ago observed Brillat-Savarin.
H. R. Edwin Lefevre
Praise from Brillat-Savarin would not have delighted us more than this.
Ten Years Near the German Frontier Maurice Francis Egan
“He had eaten; he had not dined,” to adopt the distinction of Brillat-Savarin.
The Mark Of Cain Andrew Lang
Helwyse was a disciple of Brillat-Savarin,—in one word, a gourmand!
Idolatry Julian Hawthorne
Anthelme (ɑ̃tɛlm). 1755–1826, French lawyer and gourmet; author of Physiologie du Goût (1825)
noun (pl) -helices (-ˈhiːlɪsiːz), -helixes (anatomy) a prominent curved fold of cartilage just inside the outer rim of the external ear anthelix ant·he·lix (ānt-hē’lĭks) or an·ti·he·lix (ān’tē-, ān’tī-) n. Ridge of cartilage anterior and roughly parallel to the posterior portion of the auricle helix.
- Anthony burgess
Anthony, 1917–93, English novelist and critic. (Frank) Gelett [juh-let] /dʒəˈlɛt/ (Show IPA), 1866–1951, U.S. illustrator and humorist. Thornton Waldo, 1874–1965, U.S. author, especially of children’s books. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Her attention to language—and the breakdown of language—invites comparisons to writers like anthony burgess and Lewis Carroll. This Week’s Hot Reads: April 21, […]
Anthony Clement, 1898–1975, U.S. Army general. Contemporary Examples McAuliffe is embroiled in allegations over a possible visa-for-sale scheme, involving Chinese financing for Green Tech. Why Ken Cuccinelli Is the Anti-Chris Christie Lloyd Green August 25, 2013 From the beginning, McAuliffe has used the Hillary 2016 connection to help entice big donors. The Virginia Gubernatorial Race […]
Anthony, 1844–1915, U.S. author and reformer. Contemporary Examples We have a situation here”—that is, in the Comstock race—“where a convention is probably not the way to go. The GOP Establishment Turns a ‘Firehose’ on Virginia Tea Partiers Michelle Cottle April 30, 2014 Of the six contenders, Comstock enjoyed the highest name recognition and by far […]