from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a culinary context.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In the manner of a kitchen; in connection with a kitchen or cooking.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner of a kitchen or of cookery; in connection with, or in relation to, a kitchen or cookery.
Now, I don't plan dinner parties that are anywhere near as ellaborate as the Obsessed One, but I do try to introduce our sometimes culinarily-challenged friends to some new things every time out (while keeping some old standards around as well).
But among those 18 million are also the culinarily inept, the restaurant-obsessed and the parents too tired from being awoken at the crack of dawn by present-hungry children to cook a big meal.
If people in your group are culinarily-inclined, have them cook rather than going out to eat, and stick to easy one-dish meals.
Autumn into the holidays is my favorite time of year -- culinarily and otherwise -- so I know I have loads of family recipes to choose from and I bet you do too.
But for those who feel that this “chewy squid” is culinarily orgasmic food, I say ‘more power to you.’
So, do these empanadas taste better when you get them back to your cubicle, zap them in the microwave (much to the dismay of the other cubicle dwellers), and then pig out on this culinarily-orgasmic cuisine.
But culinarily, if I may coin a phrase, Italy is indeed a gem, and one has difficulty in separating her cuisine from the rest of her attributes.
"The spot we found in Westport was really the perfect combination of a manageable size, good foot traffic and a culinarily adventurous demographic."
Indeed, it may be the most culinarily intriguing city on the planet, when you include its ethnic cuisine.
“I thought she was fully capable culinarily, and she had the business background,” Mr. Chodorow said.
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