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noun as in culinary art

noun as in haute cuisine

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The next time you find yourself scratching your head about what potato recipe to serve guests, try your hand at any of the countless cassava-based recipes that span our world’s diverse gastronomies.

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A win for local gastronomy, says Charles, and for the forest economy.

But Jeff, who began his foray into pot gastronomy as a hobby, is rapidly turning it into a full-time pot-repreneurial business.

I was lunching with an old friend at one of our favorite farm-to-table molecular gastronomy food trucks in Larchmont proper.

Now we have molecular gastronomy, which is using lots of new techniques.

He has a doctorate in art history from Oxford University, and has written on aesthetic topics ranging from Facebook to gastronomy.

This city has every single level of gastronomy that one can imagine.

On the importance of this point his convictions were absolute, and gastronomy was the only science which he revered as dogma.

This must have had an excellent effect on the art of gastronomy.

This venta trait of Iberian gastronomy did not escape the compiler of Gil Blas.

He believed gastronomy to be one of the fine arts, and that he was its high priest.

The earliest legend which remains to us of Hellenic gastronomy is associated with cannibalism.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gastronomy, such as: cookery, cooking, cuisine, and culinary science.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.