culinarian

noun
cu·li·nar·i·an | \ ˌkə-lə-ˈner-ē-ən , ˈkyü- , ˌkü- \

Definition of culinarian 

: cook, chef

Examples of culinarian in a Sentence

a celebrated culinarian who started his own cooking school

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Cayden Fielder, the culinarian behind vegan Caycakes Bakery, said the 3-month-old dinner party provides a creative outlet for him. Lauren Delgado, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Enjoy dessert first at The Last Course," 7 June 2018 Each year, the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience honors a local culinarian with the Ella Brennan Award. Todd A. Price, NOLA.com, "7 tasty places to eat and drink in New Orleans: Jan. 24-30," 23 Jan. 2018 There are some things most cooks and culinarians agree upon, though. Katie Chang, Vogue, "Where to Find the Best Mole Poblano in Mexico," 20 Aug. 2017 A cast-iron culinarian, Shelton gets back to basics using simple skillets. Mary G. Pepitone, kansascity.com, "Use the grill and a cast-iron pan for these Parmesan Ranch chicken wings," 6 June 2017

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First Known Use of culinarian

1949, in the meaning defined above

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