Definition of cuisine
: manner of preparing food : style of cooking a cooking method used in French cuisine; also : the food prepared enjoys French cuisine
Examples of cuisine in a Sentence
a cooking method used in French cuisine
a cuisine based on local ingredients
This restaurant is famous for its spicy cuisine.
Recent Examples of cuisine from the Web
The eatery, which is adjacent to the mall, serves up American cuisine with a particular focus on using local ingredients.
The cheeseburger doesn’t always tie in with Vietnamese cuisine.
Some have opened food shops, bringing the Damascus area’s cuisine to Idlib.
Before and after the event's official program, guests enjoyed cuisine by Laura Arrowood, beverages from Ben Lazich of The Wine Seller and music from pianist Jeffrey Pounds.
In addition to the cuisine, wine, and cocktails, Ryan Rama will be serving high-end tequila and mescal from Tequila Ocho.
This is the restaurant that helped create the concept of star chefs, including Waxman, who was a chef there for five years and helped champion the idea of California cuisine.
Details that begin with the fundamentals, like knife skills -- leading to more advanced work in Latin cuisines, wine tasting, and even 3-D printing with sugar.
Terzian said Armenian food is similar to Middle Eastern cuisine, but with some special touches.
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Origin and Etymology of cuisine
French, literally, kitchen, from Old French, from Late Latin coquina — more at kitchen
First Known Use: 1786
CUISINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cuisine for English Language Learners
: a style of cooking
: food that is cooked in a particular way
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