Definition of gastronomy in English:
1The practice or art of choosing, cooking, and eating good food.
- Far from being champions of a brave new world of gastronomy, we consume more junk food than the rest of Europe put together.
- A string of such venues opened a few years ago when the Paris food scene realized with a start that gastronomy did not stop at the Pyrenées - all things Iberian have been riding that trendy wave ever since.
- As the first restaurant chef to create menus in which each dish is served with a specially selected wine, he is a firm believer in the idea that true gastronomy should be a marriage of food and drink.
1.1The cooking of a particular area: traditional American gastronomy
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- The gastronomy of the area, with its traditional Provencal cuisine, is exceptional, even for a country known for the superb quality of its food.
- Steak and kidney pie is but one of the many contributions to world gastronomy from the traditional cuisine of Great Britain.
- For me, it was his fascination with combining sweet and salty flavours that served him best, something more often seen in traditional Thai gastronomy.
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- Japanese instant snack noodles hope to dump their junk food status and soar to the higher gastronomical rank of space cuisine.
- Until the advent of the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century, only royals were wealthy enough to afford gastronomical excess, culinary inventions and lavish dinners.
- The menu features gastronomical genius such as: crisp garden salad, tuna salad, smoked chicken salad, salad foldover, chicken foldover, a fruit smoothie, yoghurt, and fruit.
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