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Hi, I'm native spanish language speaker so the article may have some grammatical and conceptual errors. Please help me correct expressions and orthography Thanks! Its the same article I defined for es.wikipedia.org
it would be better to see this article in other languages
- the French one is much longer... when I have some time I'll translate it. Anyway it's a good idea some good life is sorely missing these days, and the text so far is valuable, I'll look up the Spanish version, keep tuned, KerenOr9 (talk) 17:25, 31 March 2009 (UTC)
The "17:12, 18 May 2005 188.8.131.52" edit was me, by the way, if you want to direct your comments; I forgot to log in. It's very list-y at the moment, and the contributions of the different disciplines needs to be elaborated on. Montague Ring
Someone who practices gastronomy is a gourmet?
This article was in shambles
Hi. This article was in shambles -- a mess of completely uncited statements and Synthesis.
I've stripped it down to those few statements which follow the Wikipedia rules.
In the future, please acquaint yourselves with how Wikipedia works before writing an article.
The opening section of this article makes a distinction between a gastronome and gastronomist. Cited is a web page with no apparent authority on the topic; this citation is credited to an author whose name appears nowhere on that page. The distinction made is not supported by any authoritative dictionaries I've consulted (a point User:BiT made six years ago). 2605:6000:EE4A:2900:6250:C93B:E4D4:B4BC (talk) 03:04, 29 January 2015 (UTC)
Food-Trend: Fashion and Food
- Gucci has "1921" in Shanghai
- Burberry has "Thomas's" in London
- Ralph Lauren has "Ralph's" in New York
- and others too...
They all fight against the problem "Showrooming" which is a major issue for the above brands, because people come only to their outlets and buy the stuff later online at home. The idea is to bring more customers back to their outlets because of "Food", "WiFi" or whatnot service.
Hackett opened up a Gin-Bar in London in October 2013, where the interior of their bar looks more like decoration rather than a real store.
With "Haute Cuisine" (Gastronomy), regional products, vegan dishes or strong coffee it's much easier. Gastronomy supports social contacts and became a status symbol too. conscious and highquality consuming is on the rise, like for e.g. in Superclubs or at Streetfood markets.
Anyone an idea where this maybe "future trend" (since 2013) would be best addressed the best? Thanks!