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gastronomy

ga stro nuh mee

  • n  a particular style of cookery (as of a region)
    New England gastronomy
  • n  the art and practice of choosing and preparing and eating good food

  • But more bartenders are applying the science of molecular gastronomy to the search for a better drink, mixing alcohol with such stuff as liquid nitrogen, alginates and chlorides.
  • Grant Achatz, 34, is the Chicago wunderkind who runs one of the nation's most esteemed temples of molecular gastronomy, Alinea.
  • In gastronomy, the Philadelphia revelations indicate that for appetizers, hors d'oeuvre, antipasto, Zuspeise or a "chaw" of preserved beef might well be substituted for cocktails.
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  • Jean-Daniel Lafond in Vancouver Sun
    I thought it was a good idea to propose an award which is a celebration of (culinary) greatness in a larger sense, from the soul to the table,Lafond said. "It's not only a celebration of gastronomy and the art of food, it's also important...
  • Raymond Blanc in Independent
    He said: "He managed to really push up the standard of British cuisine. He was meticulous, a visionary, and he knew what gastronomy should be. There's no doubt that he had a huge, huge influence."
  • Marta Suplicy in PR Newswire (press release)
    Bahia is an important tourism destination for ethno-tourists and the African community, as it combines the historical and cultural sides to an impressive range of attractions, such as beaches, gastronomy, artistry and sports,explained...

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