Noun(1) the practice or manner of preparing food or the food so prepared
(1) The Moghul influence has also extended the rich and diverse cuisine of the country.(2) we spent the evening sampling the local cuisine(3) Eating authentic Chinese cuisine is a cultivated taste and one worth exploring and learning.(4) We came here just to taste the Thai cuisine .(5) Besides, almost every other country's cuisine has already had its moment on the front burner.(6) Our only real expenditure was enjoying leisurely drinks at cafes and sampling the local cuisine .(7) A full menu of authentic Cuban cuisine is available in the restaurant's dining room.(8) For instance, the Thai breweries organize a Beer Festival with plenty of traditional Thai cuisine to sample as well.(9) The owner thoughtfully provided a separate room for diners to sit down and enjoy the cuisine .(10) Garlic and olive oil typify the cuisine of both regions.(11) much Venetian cuisine is based on seafood(12) People flowed to their seats with decorum eagerly anticipating the thrill of gourmet cuisine .(13) I feel robbed that I didn't eat authentic Thai cuisine until the age of 27.(14) In South Indian vegetarian cuisine , milk products are not used much.(15) Yet, kosher did not alter Indian vegetarian cuisine in any way, he said.(16) Civilizations that have remained relatively untouched by the ravages of war have invariably produced the finest cuisine in the world.
2. cookery ::
3. food ::
Different Formscuisine, cuisines
English to Japanese Dictionary: cuisine
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