Cèpe: "Cloying French synonym for porcini mushrooms, used to confuse diners who think porcinis are old news."
Line-caught: "Pet phrase of lyrical menu writers, denoting a fish that has been caught in the old fashioned rod-and-reel way, presumably by a small-time fisherman, rather than swooped up in a net with its entire school by a crew of unfeeling Russians on a huge, rusty trawler."
Lusty: "Stock adjective deployed by food writers to confer an air of unbridled peasant sensuality upon foodstuffs. By the time I finished off the last of the lusty beef-cheek ravioli, Mario had reduced me to a quivering mess."
Omakase: "Immoderately priced Japanese tasting menu Often prepared and eaten right at a sushi bar, the omakase meal, with its triple-digit price tag, businessman demographic, and strange air of simultaneous intimacy and awkwardness between host and guest, is the closest gastronomical approximation of the escort-john experience."