cuisine

[ kwi-zeen ]SEE DEFINITION OF cuisine

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He is said also to be very skillful in the cuisine peculiar to the island.

"An over-rich, greasy sort of cuisine is the Provenale," remarked Ogden.

The cuisine is excellent, both French and German, and the wines delicious.

He was faint, and did justice to the cuisine of his host, which was indeed remarkable.

In the Italian cuisine we find in the highest degree these three qualities.

In all the world there is no cuisine superior to that of Mexico.

Good as we find the cuisine, what most delights us is the fruit.

I wonder, by the way, how the fair Lady Allie is getting along with her cuisine.

While I am on the subject of the cuisine, I may as well say all that I have to say about it at once.

When we did eat it, at last, it had become a thing for which there is no name in any cuisine.

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