These are little gastronomic felicities which Brillat-Savarin, otherwise so complete an author, overlooked in his book.
"I was in the drawing-room, enjoying my dinner," said Brillat-Savarin, beginning an anecdote.
None more than Brillat-Savarin has carried the fame of Bresse abroad.
This quip has been wrongfully attributed to Brillat-Savarin.
Dumas' soup for dinner; but for breakfast the unrivalled omelette of Brillat-Savarin.
Since Brillat-Savarin it has been the fashion for magistrates to be epicures.
"Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are," long ago observed Brillat-Savarin.
Praise from Brillat-Savarin would not have delighted us more than this.
"He had eaten; he had not dined," to adopt the distinction of Brillat-Savarin.
Helwyse was a disciple of Brillat-Savarin,—in one word, a gourmand!