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cui·sine

 (kwĭ-zēn′)
n.
1. A characteristic manner or style of preparing food: Spanish cuisine.
2. Food; fare.

[French, kitchen, cuisine, from Old French, from Vulgar Latin *cocīna, variant of Latin coquīna, from coquere, to cook; see pekw- in Indo-European roots.]

cuisine

(kwɪˈziːn)
n
1. (Cookery) a style or manner of cooking: French cuisine.
2. (Cookery) the food prepared by a restaurant, household, etc
[C18: from French, literally: kitchen, from Late Latin coquīna, from Latin coquere to cook]

cui•sine

(kwɪˈzin)

n.
1. a style or manner of cooking: Italian cuisine.
2. the food prepared, as by a restaurant.
[1475–85; < French: literally, kitchen < Vulgar Latin *cocīna, for Latin coquīna; see kitchen]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cuisine - the practice or manner of preparing food or the food so preparedcuisine - the practice or manner of preparing food or the food so prepared
cookery, cooking, preparation - the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
dim sum - traditional Chinese cuisine; a variety of foods (including several kinds of steamed or fried dumplings) are served successively in small portions
haute cuisine - (French) an elaborate and skillful manner of preparing food
nouvelle cuisine - a school of French cooking that uses light sauces and tries to bring out the natural flavors of foods instead of making heavy use of butter and cream
rechauffe - warmed leftovers
gastronomy - a particular style of cookery (as of a region); "New England gastronomy"
Translations
فَن الطَّبْخ، مطبَخ
kuchyně
kogekunstmadlavningstradition
matargerîarlist
virtuvė
virtuvevirtuves māksla
… mutfağıyemek pişirme usulü

cuisine

[kwɪˈziːn] Ncocina f

cuisine

[kwɪˈziːn] n
(action of cooking)cuisine f, art m culinaire
(food cooked)cuisine f
Thai cuisine → cuisine f thaïlandaise

cuisine

nKüche f

cuisine

[kwɪˈziːn] ncucina

cuisine

(kwiˈziːn) noun
style of cookery. French cuisine.
References in classic literature ?
One of the girls I charged with the duties of my simple cuisine, and directed the others to take up the various activities which had formerly constituted their vocations.
The tables were well filled with Prosperous-looking diners, there was a good orchestra, playing softly enough to make conversation a possible pleasure, and the cuisine and service were beyond criticism.
Archer ignored the allusion to the ancestral cuisine and Mr.
You shall entertain me with tales of your adventures whilst you compare our cuisine here with your own commissariat.
Her cuisine is a little limited, but she has as good an idea of breakfast as a Scotch-woman.
I'm looking forward to the challenge of working with our chefs in the Caribbean to create contemporary cuisines using the ingredients, dishes and traditions of the islands in which our resorts do and will exist," added Ruch.
Chef Elise is an aficionada of the cuisines of the Tuscan region of Northern Italy," said Belz.
Le Cordon Bleu today, as demonstrated by its Master Chefs, incorporates Asian, European, North and South American influences, as well as other ethnic cuisines by combining French culinary techniques with local ingredients.
director - Hospitality Division & Board Member of Thumbay Group, said: "Terrace is an off-shoot of Thumbay Group and has international cuisines on their culinary platter.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 5 (ANI-NewsVoir): Evolved in the royal kitchens of the Mughal Empire in Medieval India, Mughlai cuisine is an amalgamation of Indian and Persian cuisines.
Huaiyang cuisine is one of the four major Chinese cuisines along with Sichuan, Shandong and Cantonese.
Synopsis: In "Cuisine and Empire: Cooking in World History", author and culinary historian Rachel Laudan tells the remarkable story of the rise and fall of the world's great cuisines ranging from the mastery of grain cooking some twenty thousand years ago, down to the present day.