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While only a few blocks from the glitz of Bal Harbor, this is a beacon to gastronomy from a true mom-and-pop team that’s affordable enough to become a hang out.
His masterwork was fundamentally motivated by gastronomy as a manufacturing process rather than as an art. . . .
Growing like spaghetti For all its progress, space gastronomy remains a work in progress.
And in Peru, chefs like Gaston Acurio and Virgilio Martinez are promoting native plant species and traditional farming as part of their high-end gastronomy, with a focus on native potato, hot pepper, and corn varieties.
Bocuse — nicknamed the pope of French gastronomy — passed away on Saturday at L'Auberge du Pont de Collonges, his eatery that has held three Michelin stars continuously for more than 50 years.
Campers also participate in daily challenges and learn about local food, gastronomy and other tasty topics.
Merino was a rockstar mixologist in New York who designed cocktails for notable bars and restaurants, theme parks, cruise ships, airlines and — as an official ambassador of Mexican gastronomy and tourism — the country of Mexico.
This casual sibling of Spanish temple of gastronomy, Olea, scores big with its skin-on trout fillet in a Dijon mustard sauce with lyonnaise potato and shallots.
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Origin and Etymology of gastronomy
First Known Use: 1814See Words from the same year
GASTRONOMY Defined for English Language Learners
: the art or activity of cooking and eating fine food
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