cuisine

[n] - the practice or manner of preparing food or the food so prepared
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Cuisine

Cui`sine' noun [ French, from Latin coquina kitchen, from coquere to cook. See Kitchen .] 1. The kitchen or cooking department. 2. Manner or style of cooking.
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cuisine

culinary art noun the practice or manner of preparing food or the food so prepared
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Cuisine

• (n.) Manner or style of cooking. • (n.) The kitchen or cooking department.
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cuisine

the foods and methods of preparation traditional to a region or population. The major factors shaping a cuisine are climate, which in large measure ...
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Cuisine

[magazine] Cuisine is a bi-monthly food and wine magazine published in New Zealand. It began publication in 1986, and has also existed in website form since December 2000. The magazine features recipes, restaurant reviews, wine reviews and travel features. Annual promotions includeCuisine Restaurant of the Year awards and the Cuisine Artisa...
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cuisine

(kwee-ZEEN) - The work cuisine has come to mean the "art of cooking" or "cookery" in France and throughout the world. It derives from the Latin word coquina meaning, `cooking” and from the word coquere meaning `to cook.”
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Cuisine

Cuisine (n {respell|kwi|ZEEN|`} , from French cuisine, `cooking; culinary art; kitchen`; ultimately from Latin coquere, `to cook`) is a characteristic style of cooking practices and traditions, often associated with a specific culture. Cuisines are often named after the geographic areas or regions from which they originate. A cuisine is prima...
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