Examples of gastronomy in a Sentence
books about wine tasting and gastronomy
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But one female chef has thrust the Central European nation into the global limelight with her visionary gastronomy.
The leaders of molecular gastronomy's culinary coup d'etat had now been firmly in power long enough to give way to a new status quo, ripe for a different kind of disruption.
These days, one of the town's main attractions is gastronomy.
Palermo: Ancient Palermo is the capital of Sicily and is noted for its culture, architecture and gastronomy.
This summer, the annual Starlite Marbella Festival held at the natural amphitheater, presents a multicultural offering of fashion meets music meets gastronomy.
Yet over the past several years, a band of Russian farmers, chefs, and restaurateurs have launched a revival of Russian gastronomy.
If true gastronomy resides at the intersection of food, art and culture, then Crystal King’s debut novel can only be described as a gastronomical delight.
There is no diminishing her importance to the history of American gastronomy.
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Origin and Etymology of gastronomy
French gastronomie, from Greek Gastronomia, title of a 4th century bc. poem, from gastro- gastr- + -nomia -nomy
First Known Use: 1814See Words from the same year
GASTRONOMY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gastronomy for English Language Learners
: the art or activity of cooking and eating fine food
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