Thesaurus / cuisine
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Although these chains, due to sheer size and reach, are often representing certain dishes or cuisines to large swaths of people — sometimes for the first or only time — they do very little to contextualize the foods they serve.

At his Seattle restaurant, Addo, the menu, cuisine, and concept change constantly.

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This means that despite the displacement of working-class communities in a gentrifying area, the original cuisine can remain.

Sometimes new residents and investors embrace the local culture, art, music, and cuisine.

It’s easy to go out and find a book written by your favorite chef, catering to the fad diet that you’re trying out this month, or introducing a cuisine you’d like to explore.

The proprietor of the house allowed under his contract with the King a certain sum daily for the cuisine.

The King's MenRobert Grant, John Boyle O'Reilly, J. S. Dale, and John T. Wheelwright

Meals à la carte and quite inexpensive; cuisine purely German, homely and wholesome, with excellent beer, especially Erlanger.

The eggs form a considerable item in the Bushman's cuisine, and the shells are converted into water flasks, cups, and dishes.

Our hotel was justly noted for its cuisine, yet on infrequent occasions the food supplied to Madame was not to her mind.

It has a good cook, it has its specialities of cuisine, and it has a particularly good cellar of wines.


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