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  • ...and to new cuisines that were being born, for many of the world's foods were coming together and being reformed in Marin, and the place was a taster's paradise,   (source)
    cuisines = styles of preparing food
  • If there had been a grocery store within one hundred miles, believe me, I would have walked there on my own reconnaisance for some cuisine that didn't still have feet attached to it.   (source)
    cuisine = prepared food
  • And he eventually hired members of each new ethnic group that arrived in Clarkston to work not just as stockers or clerks but as food consultants for each group's cuisine.   (source)
    cuisine = style of prepared food
  • That and the amazing cuisine.†   (source)
  • The Post Style section is the top of the line, the elite, the haute cuisine, the green, green grass of heaven for newspaper feature writers, and quitting there is not something you do lightly, not even for a seasoned quitter like me.†   (source)
  • The island's sumptuous cuisine lost its taste, books no longer held his interest, and even the dazzling sunsets from his villa looked dull.†   (source)
  • I visited the Matisse and Chagall collections and at night dined with the dancers and friends from the ballet, tasting red wines I had never even imagined and eating superb cuisine in even the smallest and shabbiest of cafes.†   (source)
  • First it was an old police station, then it was a dilapidated storefront sporting a yellow awning that read jade wolf Chinese cuisine.†   (source)
  • Nevertheless, from the very first, Florentino Ariza was not as enthusiastic about the excellence of the cuisine or the exuberance of the lady of the house as he was about the beauty of the house itself.†   (source)
  • One advertised Korean/Brazilian fusion tacos, which sounded like some kind of top-secret radioactive cuisine.†   (source)
  • At first everything seemed too sophisticated for my tastes, but three months into this, and I understand why the French are famous for their cuisine.†   (source)
  • Whenever the bus stops for a food break, the rail-thin Oswald devours heaping platters of Mexican cuisine.†   (source)
  • He took it up mainly out of boredom, but, tutored by Po Campo, his progress was so rapid that when Po Campo went off with Old Hugh the cuisine didn't suffer.†   (source)
  • It's the area's restaurant of choice just ofFThayer, with blond wood, ficuses, California stylish cuisine, and a fifty-minute wait.†   (source)
  • I turned up for the party promptly after dinner, cheesecake in hand (it was the only prison cuisine I knew how to make).†   (source)
  • The kitchen in the creek house wasn't exactly built for high cuisine, not that her cuisine was all that high anyway.†   (source)
  • Her spa cuisine was kosher.†   (source)
  • We had so much fun at dinner—authentic Mexican cuisine, the real deal.†   (source)
  • Only Mike, she thought, would consider Campbell's chicken gumbo soup authentic Cajun cuisine.†   (source)
  • He would be apprenticed to one of the finest chefs in Paris, that he might one day bring the haute cuisine of France home to Monticello.†   (source)
  • Full preparations will begin in just a week or two, as I will organize the staff and we will begin to conceive decorations, entertainment, cuisine, invitations and all the details that must be attended to prior to this January the fifteenth.†   (source)
  • CUISINE SUPERB.†   (source)
  • Looking back, Deo felt she was both beloved and ridiculed by neighbors, because she was always giving things away, such as milk and especially salt, the sine qua non of the local cuisine, sold by the pinch in the markets.†   (source)
  • He nodded towards Miss Love's fine-cuisine sign in the window.†   (source)
  • My dad's getting into southwestern cuisine in a big way.†   (source)
  • As soul food and comfort food and health food, as a cuisine of both solace and celebration.†   (source)
  • He wanted the Master and his protégé to be special guests of his tonight, and hoped the house cuisine would be to our taste.†   (source)
  • I wanted to go there because I had never before tried authentic, that is to say echt, Jewish cuisine and also because—well, When in Flatbush ...I said to myself.†   (source)
  • Smart-aleck kid, first she blows up my kitchen, then she advertises my cuisine.   (source)
    cuisine = style of preparing food
  • SHIN HOO'S RESTAURANT Specializing in exquisite Chinese cuisine.   (source)
  • The cook was, of course, an expert in food, and over the coming weeks and months she introduced Nadia to all sorts of old cuisines,   (source)
    cuisines = styles or preparing food
  • We would learn how to "square our meals," a way of eating that forced us to slow down and savor the sometimes unidentifiable cuisine we were forced to eat, and "square the corridors," which required marching around the entire hallway to leave the building, even if the exit was only a few steps away from your room.   (source)
    cuisine = prepared food
    cuisine = style of preparing food
  • With vaulted ceilings and dark red walls reminiscent of a boyar's retreat, the Boyarsky boasted the city's most elegant decor, its most sophisticated waitstaff, and its most subtle chef de cuisine.†   (source)
  • But every period has its virtues, even a time of turmoil.... When Emile Zhukovsky was lured to the Metropol as chef de cuisine in 1912, he was given command of a seasoned staff and a sizable kitchen.†   (source)
  • You truly are a man of many interests: Wine ...Cuisine ...The streets of Paris ...†   (source)
  • Kaeleigh waited Watching her made for them to fall me go puke up my silent, sneaked to Lean Cuisine.†   (source)
  • Admittedly, the Piazza could not challenge the elegance of the Boyarsky's decor, the sophistication of its service, or the subtlety of its cuisine.†   (source)
  • True, she had been in the kitchen eating her supper when the chef du cuisine first received word that a certain Swiss diplomat, who had ordered the roast goose, had questioned the freshness of the poultry.†   (source)
  • For the cuisine.†   (source)
  • The Plaza in New York, the Ritz in Paris, Claridge's in London, the Metropol in Moscow—built within fifteen years of each other, they too were kindred spirits, the first hotels in their cities with central heating, with hot water and telephones in the rooms, with international newspapers in the lobbies, international cuisine in the restaurants, and American bars off the lobby.†   (source)
  • In fact, I think I have never enjoyed such a range of dishes, or known they could be had in the immediate area, though even more satisfying than the cuisine has been the simple idea of Liv taking a few moments from her busy afternoon to think of me.†   (source)
  • Also, if that fat guy's right about his 'cuisine,' Kruppie will love it and tell everybody he discovered it.†   (source)
  • The menu had been full of the most delectable cuisine: Vietnamese bouillabaisse, escargot tortellini, chorizo dumplings.†   (source)
  • The owner, an expansive, florid fat man, proclaimed the cuisine to be extraordinary, but since no one could summon hunger, Bourne paid for four entrées just to keep the proprietor happy.†   (source)
  • Prison cuisine and survival techniques were all well and good, but it was time to learn something more productive.†   (source)
  • Existing without gimmickry, without the infernal swindles and capering of so much of contemporary cuisine, barbecue is truth; it is history and home, and the only thing I don't believe is that I'll ever get enough.†   (source)
  • We ate at Horn and Hardart's amazing automat, at Nedick's and Stouffer's and—in a fling at what in those days I deemed haute cuisine—at a midtown Longchamps.†   (source)
  • Oh, there were a few good Polish things she cooked, but Polish cooking is not exactly haute cuisine, and so I remember the food she cooked in this big kitchen we had in Cracow—Wiener Gulash Suppe and Schnitzel, and oh!†   (source)
  • My mother had the colored cook—her name was Florence, I remember—fix me a big paper bag full of fried chicken and I had a thermos of cold milk—very gourmet travel cuisine, you understand, and I gobbled my lunch somewhere between Richmond and Washington, and then along about midafternoon the bus stopped in Havre de Grace—†   (source)
  • Lord Grenville, moreover, had a most perfect cook—some wags asserted that he was a scion of the old French NOBLESSE, who having lost his fortune, had come to seek it in the CUISINE of the Foreign Office.†   (source)
  • 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.†   (source)
  • In other respects Sunday offered nothing out of the ordinary, apart perhaps from the meals, which, since they could hardly be more sumptuous, were at least marked by a refinement in the cuisine.†   (source)
  • Mrs. Archer ignored the allusion to the ancestral cuisine and Mr. Jackson continued with deliberation: "No, she was NOT at the ball."†   (source)
  • They went through Monroe Street to the old Windson dining-room, which was then a large, comfortable place with an excellent cuisine and substantial service.†   (source)
  • Ah, your poor bachelor with his impersonal club fare, alternating with the equally impersonal CUISINE of the dinner-party!†   (source)
  • 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.†   (source)
  • I rather doubted that the cuisine at the Tolbooth was as good as that to be had at Colum's board.   (source)
    cuisine = prepared food
  • Uh ...Like much Vietnamese cuisine, pho includes elements of French cooking, specifically the broth, which is derived from the consommé.†   (source)
  • They mirror the profound effect of German immigration upon American drinking habits and the American cuisine.†   (source)
  • cuisine, housemaid kept.†   (source)
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