culinarily

cu·li·nar·y

 (kŭl′ə-nĕr′ē, kyo͞o′lə)
adj.
Of or relating to a kitchen or to cookery.

[Latin culīnārius, from culīna, kitchen; see pekw- in Indo-European roots.]

cu′li·nar′i·ly (-nâr′ə-lē) adv.
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Culinarily, too, I am grateful that, on my doorstep, I have the world's great cuisines at hand.
Culinarily, there is an interface between flour-centered Shaanxi cuisine, Islamic cuisine which features beef and mutton, spicy Sichuan cuisine, and so on.
I think that we should use each animal to its fullest and chefs have a responsibility to be culinarily creative to make delicious food and kind of slow down our whole consumer culture," he said.
While it may be more convenient and culinarily satisfying to buy restaurant food rather than make it at home, the money you spend to do so could clearly be put to much better use.
Everything, from the pasta to the cheese selection, is thoughtful and authentic, a reward for the culinarily curious.
Nevertheless "sister" continued to "cook" creatively, both literarily and culinarily There were books (Gather Together in My Name, Singin' and Swingin' and Gettin' Merry Like Christmas), plays (Oakland Ensemble Theatre's production of "And Still I Rise," in which she included poetry from my third book, Songs from an Afro/Phone), film directorships (Georgia, Georgia and, decades later, Down in the Delta), awards (Ladies' Home Journal: "Woman of the Year"), nominations (Pulitzers, Tonys), residencies (CSUS, Wichita State University, The Rockefeller Foundation's Bellagio Center in Italy) and an honorary Ph.
If your cat is good, or culinarily picky, enough to be Cat Of The Week, please send a photo and details to the address above.
It's architecturally, culturally, aesthetically, historically and culinarily able and - indeed willing - to satisfy even the fussiest of city break aficionados.
We do have traditional food, but we want to represent Cuba as it should have been allowed to develop culinarily, but because of communism wasn't allowed to.
This book has been a great enabler for the amateur cook - the clarity of the explanations, the anticipation of things that might go awry, the assumption that the reader may actually be a bit culinarily challenged, have all helped the timid to overcome their fear of the stove and discover they can make a flaky fish pie after all.
dinner doesn't cut it for me, culinarily or spiritually.