gastronomic


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gas·tro·nom·ic

 (găs′trə-nŏm′ĭk) also gas·tro·nom·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of or relating to gastronomy.

gas′tro·nom′i·cal·ly adv.

gastronomic

(ˌɡæstrəˈnɒmɪk) or

gastronomical

adj
of or relating to food and cookery, esp the art of good eating
ˌgastroˈnomically adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gastronomic - of or relating to gastronomy; "gastronomic adventures"
Translations
متأنِّق في الطعام اللذيذ
gurmánánskýlabužnický
gastronomisk
gasztronómiai
matargerîarlistar-
gastronomijos
gastronomisks
gastronomický
iyi yiyip içmekle ilgili

gastronomic

[ˌgæstrəˈnɒmɪk] ADJgastronómico

gastronomic

[ˌgæstrəˈnɒmɪk] adj [capital] → gastronomique; [delight] → gastronomique

gastronomic

gastronomic

[ˌgæstrəˈnɒmɪk] adjgastronomico/a

gastronomic

(gӕstrəˈnomik) adjective
of good food. the gastronomic delights of France.
References in classic literature ?
The rafters were soon eased of their burden; venison and beef were passed out to the crew before the door, and a scene of gormandizing commenced, of which few can have an idea, who have not witnessed the gastronomic powers of an Indian, after an interval of fasting.
This succor, which came to Porthos at the moment in which he was attacked in his gastronomic hopes, inspired much gratitude in the Musketeer toward the procurator's wife.
Choice old water too, decanted into stout six-barrel-casks, and two pints of which is allowed every day to each soul on board; together with ample store of sea-bread, previously reduced to a state of petrifaction, with a view to preserve it either from decay or consumption in the ordinary mode, are likewise provided for the nourishment and gastronomic enjoyment of the crew.
de Baisemeaux, sovereign dispenser of gastronomic delicacies, head cook of the royal fortress, whose trays, full-laden, were ascending the steep staircases, carrying some consolation to the prisoners in the shape of honestly filled bottles of good vintages.
Indeed, the two revellers had lighted their cigars before the elder gave forth any remark that was not purely gastronomic.
That this was merely an experiment we can hardly doubt: for if it had been only a question of gastronomic variety, six would have been too few; why only six?
It seemed to consist of a combination of meat, fruits, vegetables, small fish and other undistinguishable articles of food all seasoned to produce a gastronomic effect that was at once baffling and delicious.
Schomberg's gastronomic tittle-tattle was responsible for these; and I half hoped I should never see Falk again.
All the meals are freshly cooked to order and all his main courses and desserts are real gastronomic delights, made from top-quality fresh local and seasonal produce.
It has long been known as the gastronomic capital of the Midlands, but now Ludlow has gained a new title.
There's no doubt about the gastronomic pleasure that can be experienced at the Getty.
a hot tip from a hot chef: `A free-range egg is one of life's gastronomic pleasures and poaching it is for me the best way to appreciate it - as long as you don't use an egg-poaching tool which will overcook it.