View definitions for cooking
noun as in food preparation
adjective as in being prepared with heat
And if people find themselves dissatisfied with how often they turn to fast food, Bacon says to try things like batch cooking.
Turn the heat down to 325°F and continue cooking until internal temperature reads 140°F on a thermometer.
Drain immediately and immerse the beans in ice water to stop the cooking.
There, she and other mothers can take ministry-sponsored courses, including on cooking and avoiding marital conflict.
She had a twice-weekly cooking show on the NCB affiliate, WDSU TV in 1949-50.
The tea was all laid on tables in the garden, and the sausages were cooking over a fire made on the grounds.
She thought the idol would consume them, for bachelor cooking was never intended for bachelor invalids.
Hicks was puttering around the fire, evidently cooking supper, and Gregory was moving the picket rope of his horse to fresh grass.
As he walked back, he stopped to gather some green bamboos of medium size, for he knew they would be needed in cooking the dinner.
"If slightly cut before cooking, potatoes slip out of their skins easily," says a home journal.
On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cooking, such as: cuisine, cookery, culinary art, culinary science, and gastronomy.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.