noun, plural cook·er·ies.
- cooke, alistair,
- cooke, jay,
- cooke, terence james,
- cookery book,
- cookery stove,
Origin of cookery
Examples from the Web for cookery
Ferris credits her books Louisiana Cookery (1954) and New Orleans Cuisine (1969) as exemplars of diligent reporting and research.
How does she find the time to write her cookery column for Waitrose magazine, that's what people will be asking.
A glance at some Chinese and Japanese methods of cookery may perhaps convince us of the probability of these remarks.
They paid their bill and left the place with a much greater respect for Chinese cookery than they had ever expected to entertain.Bert Wilson, Wireless Operator|J. W. Duffield
Lunch with me at the Ritz, and we will see whether the cookery, too, has been adapted to the new tastes.The Great Prince Shan|E. Phillips Oppenheim
Extracts are used in cookery, medicine, and the manufacture of perfumery.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Cookery is of the lowest grade; nearly every day sees the same dishes, and those, also, which are prepared with the least trouble.