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Word: gastronomy

Definition: art and science of preparing and serving good food; CF. gastronome


Sentences Containing 'gastronomy'

After several trips throughout Europe in the early 2000s the founders discovered that traditional travel guidebooks made little to no mention of the wines or the culture and gastronomy that surrounds it.
Festa artusiana – Artusi Festival Since 1997 the municipal of Forlimpopoli, Artusi's hometown, has celebrated Artusi with the "Festa Artusiana", an event completely dedicated to food in all of its forms: gastronomy, culture, and entertainment.
He has also written essays on various subjects from science ("Les Jumeaux: enquête") to gastronomy ("A table avec Chirac") with a detour for an anthology of the world’s most beautiful prayers.
The gastronomy stands out for the German pastry, especially the Kuchen (cake), cookies, cakes, chocolates and craft marmalades, and traditional German food, that can be found in many coffees, restaurants and hotels of the area.
The guides are designed to allow those interested in enotourism to visit "Big Wines from Small Regions" and they focus exclusively on the wines as well as the gastronomy and local culture of small regions throughout the world.
The legend, like that for General Tso's Chicken, is romantic, not historical. Lin Hsiang Ju and Lin Tsuifeng in their scholarly "Chinese Gastronomy" give a recipe, “The Fragrance of Pork: Tungpo Pork,” and remark that the “square of fat is named after Su Tungpo, the poet, for unknown reasons.
There is also an interesting gastronomy associated to the good meats of the south of Chile (veal, lamb, deer, pig, etc.), cured meats and home-made beers brew by the descendants of German colonists, the fish and seafood of the neighbour and picturesque Puerto Montt, the southern cheeses and the industry of the salmon] that greatly contributed to the development of the Los Lagos Region.
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