from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to gastronomy.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to gastronomy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to gastromony.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to gastronomy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to gastronomy
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Occasionally, the team engages in gastronomic archaeology, resurrecting traditional classics like apple dumplings, chicken and dumplings, a hearty beef stew, and upside-down cake.
The confectionary, which is the test of a lady's proficiency in gastronomic science, was of great variety, and exceedingly good.
It's a move toward what some call gastronomic naturalism, where the geometric forms of haute cuisine are being replaced by walk-in-the-woods jumbles of ingredients and flavors, ushered in by French chef Michel Bras, whose restaurant Laguiole boasts three Michelin stars.
[fig. 27], and through this the long philosophical and iconographical traditions of five senses allegories, so often invoked in gastronomic contexts like this (Garval 2005).
9: 54 AM melissa said ... oh yes, I'll have to think of where to send you for your eggplant fix ... normally i just buy them at Tesco but without a kitchen involved they might not be quite as appetizing. haggis, on the other hand, is quite another story - just pack a can opener and a spoon and I guarantee you'll be in gastronomic heaven all week!
Curry’s 2nd Annual Eating Championship has gotten under way and since they didn’t ban professionals from participating it would appear as if once again gastronomic gladiators will bring down some curry catastrophe on the amateurs.
Here are some of the more unsettlingly colorful comparisons made recently by pols and journos; reading through the list, some themes — namely gastronomic, automotive, and cardiac — begin to emerge.
This stage of the journey remains among the few pleasant memories of that terrible expedition, through what I may call the gastronomic revel with which it ended.
There are three pubs in my parish, none of which could be called gastronomic destinations, but all feel more welcoming than this.
I can see how some would see this as merely a kind of gastronomic adventurism.