gastronomics

gastronomics

(ˌɡæstrəˈnɒmɪks)
n
the cooking style typical of a region or country
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Touted as India's biggest culinary challenge, the event brought together top chefs and mixologists to showcase their gastronomics and mixology skills.
You don't need a big budget to feed a big appetite in Keelung's Miaokou Night Market where a small food portion packs huge flavor, serving delights to gastronomics for pocket change.
Then you noticed the red placards everywhere: Vaga dels Ramis Gastronomics! Visca la Vaga!
Major eats in Brighton run the gamut from gourmet vegetarian (terre a terre is popular enough to have its own successful cookbook) to the hip, new "gastronomics," including Sawadee, an intimate Thai joint with fresh ingredients and a warm atmosphere.
I can be quite fussy when it comes to food and this understanding that we have when it comes to gastronomics, is one of the things that has kept my marriage, I would say, quite healthy.
For more raucous gastronomics, spend a full night out at Lolita (106 S.
(Penthesilea 145-46; emphasis in original) Indeed, despite the Amazons' and Greeks' uncomprehending condemnation, Penthesilea is far from "mad" when she links gastronomics and sexuality, for the two are repeatedly linked in the gender paradigm explored here.
Portraying woman's sexual appetites in canine terms conflates sexual and gastronomic appetitivity; Penthesilea's sexual pursuit of Achilles resembles that of a predator on the hunt: "No grim-eyed she-wolf can select her prey / And track it down, not with such hunger-heat / Through forests decked with snow, as does this maid / Pursue Achilles through our serried ranks" (10).
Sexual, gastronomic, and intellectual appetite are all linked via their association with the mouth.
Raised in a family that rarely ate out, Blumenthal considers his first Michelin starred restaurant experience as life changing: "My parents (who won't thank me for the next part of this statement) weren't gastronomics and never really went out to eat -- they weren't particularly interested in food or wine.
To open a gastronomic restaurant in London doesn't make financial sense unless perhaps it's a brasserie attached to a hotel.
you write sports or gastronomics. Here you can be a journeyman reporter...and to convey some sense of the culture....