Definition: relating to cooking or kitchen
Definition: relating to cooking or kitchen
Sentences Containing 'culinary'
Miss Pross's friendship being of the thoroughly practical kind, she had ravaged Soho and the adjacent provinces, in search of impoverished French, who, tempted by shillings and half crowns, would impart culinary mysteries to her.
Meanwhile the right culinary vessel was selected, water was seemingly distilled, and after consultation and long delay passed out to the thirsty one not yet suffered to cool, not yet to settle.
After graduating from culinary school as an executive and pastry chef, Tomo decided to sell all of his instruments and leave the music business.
Amaretto serves a variety of culinary uses.
She also studied Culinary Arts at Thames Valley University (now University of West London) and in March 2012 graduated a with a first class degree.
The blog was originally started to chronicle her cooking adventures and culinary experiences, but gained a wider and larger audience when she began creating sculpted cakes.
She has also attended residential cooking courses at the Culinary Institute of America in upstate New York.
For three years, she was a judge for the International Association of Culinary Professionals' Julia Child Award for the best First Cookbook.
Other dishes were popular during the colonial period, when Indian ingredients and other culinary influences spread with the Empire to places like Singapore.
This is where his passion for all things culinary began.
The restaurant life did not satisfy his culinary inventiveness and personality, so he turned to communications, which he studied in Ottawa.
Hotel Marsh was noted for its irreproachable culinary and varied menus and was recognized as one of the most inviting hostelries in the state.
It is particularly well known for its human resource leadership, conflict management, and culinary arts programs.
In 1987 Sullivan opened the National Center for Hospitality Studies offering degrees in culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, hotel and restaurant management and catering.
The school's culinary programs are one of its distinctive features; the Louisville campus has Winston's restaurant that gives Sullivan students hands-on experience.
He also serves as team manager of Sullivan University’s award-winning student culinary competition team.
Chef2Chef.net is a culinary website with recipes, columns, food-related forums and blogs, chef interviews, and online cooking classes.
The site has an index and search tool that includes culinary schools in the U.S. and around the globe with information available by city, state, and country.
In 2002, PC Magazine Website Rover editors rated Chef2Chef.net the Editor's Choice of their top eight culinary websites.
She was originally sued in civil court by both the Police Protective Association and the Las Vegas Culinary Union.
The California Culinary Academy (CCA) is a for-profit school, and an affiliate of Le Cordon Bleu.
Soon thereafter, a class action lawsuit (Amador v. California Culinary Academy) was filed.
One allegation was that the school inflated job placement rates by counting as successful post-culinary school placements jobs that would have been available without going to culinary school at all.
These suits cited data tending to provide substantial support for the allegation that CCA led students to believe they would be chefs after graduation when, the complaint alleges, graduates start in entry level jobs available to those without culinary degrees, making culinary school an economically irrational purchase.
California Culinary Academy is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT).
California Culinary Academy's original location was 215 Fremont St.
The facilities include professional kitchens, student-staffed restaurants, lecture classrooms, a library, and a culinary laboratory.
Alumni of California Culinary Academy include:
JCCC broke ground in 2012 for the Hospitality Culinary Academy, which is slated to open in fall 2013.
The Ruth U. Fertel Culinary Arts Center at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana, is a planned expansion of the Chef John Folse Culinary Institute.
She's also involved in her son Stepan Mikhalkov's restaurant business in Moscow, her passion for culinary art being well known.
Raised in Chicago, he now lives in New York City where he promotes eggs to the culinary press.
After attending culinary school and enlisting in the army, Capra moved to Canada, following a job offering from a distant cousin.
Puttu is a culinary specialty in Kerala. It is a steamed rice cake which is a favourite breakfast of most Malayalis.
The group was only able to record with Nicely present between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. because Nicely was splitting his time between the studio and culinary school.
Under her direction, Robert Mondavi Winery developed original cultural and culinary arts programs.
Allentown is a city of great culinary variety.
Five fields have been leased to Jacobs Farm / Del Cabo which grows perennial culinary herbs.
"I Love to Eat" a solo play about American culinary icon James Beard premiered at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.
During the Middle Ages it was classed as a spice and used for culinary purposes, and at one time it was supposed to possess medicinal properties.
Third Wave Coffee aspires to the highest form of culinary appreciation of coffee, so that one may appreciate subtleties of flavor, varietal, and growing region – similar to other complex culinary products such as wine, tea, and chocolate.
Jambonneau is a French culinary term for the knuckle end of a leg of pork or ham.
French sorrel, Rumex scutatus, is a plant in the buckwheat family, used as a culinary herb.
Its common names include buckler sorrel, shield-leaf sorrel, and sometimes the culinary name "green-sauce".
As a culinary herb, it is used mainly in salads.
Kronk's father always disapproved of young Kronk's culinary interests and wished that Kronk instead would settle down with a wife and a large house on a hill.
The events included the Yellow Ribbon Culinary Competition, Yellow Ribbon Charity Gala Dinner, and the Yellow Ribbon Appreciation Dinner.
Yellow Ribbon Culinary Competition (2007).
The Yellow Ribbon Culinary Programme is organised by YRP to allow inmates an opportunity to improve their culinary skills through a certified training course to earn certificated qualification.
Under the Yellow Ribbon Culinary Programme, the Yellow Ribbon Culinary Competition was first held in 2007 as part of the Yellow Ribbon Creative Festival which aims to give inmates the opportunity to acquire culinary skills.
More Vocab Wordsimperious - domineering; too commanding; haughty; CF. imperial/emperor
impecunious - without money
daunt - intimidate; frighten; discourage; dishearten
detached - emotionally removed; free from emotional involvement; calm and objective; physically separate; N. detachment; CF. attachment
callow - youthful; immature; inexperienced
brindled - tawny or grayish with streaks or spots (of animals)
canny - shrewd in money matters; thrifty
facetious - joking (often inappropriately); unserious; humorous
metaphysical - pertaining to speculative philosophy; of metaphysics; N. metaphysics: branch of philosophy that examines the nature of reality
demur - object (because of doubts, scruples); raise an objection (showing qualms); hesitate; Ex. demur at the idea of working on Sunday