This connection with the well-fed and industrious stock of early New York revealed itself in the glacial neatness of Mrs. Peniston’s drawing-room and in the excellence of her cuisine.
Ah, your poor bachelor with his impersonal club fare, alternating with the equally impersonal CUISINE of the dinner-party!
If the company was not as select as the CUISINE, the Welly Brys at least had the satisfaction of figuring for the first time in the society columns in company with one or two noticeable names; and foremost among these was of course Miss Bart’s.
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But her obsessions tended to be fueled by competition: She needed to dazzle men and jealous-ify women: Of course Amy can cook French cuisine and speak fluent Spanish and garden and knit and run marathons and day-trade stocks and fly a plane and look like a runway model doing it.
Gillian Flynn -- Gone Girl
I turned up for the party promptly after dinner, cheesecake in hand (it was the only prison cuisine I knew how to make).