Simple Definition of haute cuisine
: cooking that is done in a very skillful and complicated way
Full Definition of haute cuisine
: artful or elaborate cuisine; especially : traditionally elaborate French cuisine
Origin of haute cuisine
French, literally, high cooking
First Known Use: 1928
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