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  • noun Plural form of cuisine.

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Examples

  • One of my favorite spicy cuisines is true Sichuan-syle Chinese food, which is characterized by its use of red fire oil (vegetable oil that is infused with red chile pepper essence) and the face-numbing Sichuan Peppercorn, also known as hua jiao (meaning flower pepper, as it resembles a tiny flower) or fagara.

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  • One of my favorite spicy cuisines is true Sichuan-syle Chinese food, which is characterized by its use of red fire oil (vegetable oil that is infused with red chile pepper essence) and the face-numbing Sichuan Peppercorn, also known as hua jiao (meaning flower pepper, as it resembles a tiny flower) or fagara.

    NJ Dining: Chengdu 1 (UPDATED August 2009)

  • With all of the seasonings and spices used in cuisines from 'Tex-Mex' to Indian to Chinese it would not be hard to mask the flavor of different meats so that we don't really know what we are getting!

    Chinese Restaurant Closed After Inspectors Find Dead Deer

  • -- I know, isn't it cool how you find them in cuisines from all over the world?

    Pinto beans, three ways | Homesick Texan

  • Garlic, beloved spice of so many cuisines, is called Lasun in Hindi (and Marathi, although pronounced differently).

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • The difference in cuisines of Indian can be mind boggling, and all the Americans mostly know are the ‘curry’ and naan.

    Cooking from food blogs « Salt and Pepper.

  • The culture of the kitchen, as embodied in those enduring traditions we call cuisines, contains more wisdom about diet and health than you are apt to find in any nutrition journal or journalism.

    Archive 2008-05-11

  • The study of Chinese cuisines is a subject that will probably engage me for the rest of my life, and I still will not learn all there is to know.

    Tigers & Strawberries » What the Hell Does Authentic Mean, Anyway?

  • Subsequently, cilantro is a primary herb in Indian, Asian, and Latin American cuisines while Europeans and Americans have given it a lukewarm reception.

    Cilantro-Lover's Leftover Chicken Salad

  • I don't like the vague sweetness in food belong to certain Asian cuisines due to use to peanuts and a sweeter version of soy sauce.

    Red hot Thai curry with basil

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