noun, plural cui·si·niers [kwee-zee-nyey] /kwi ziˈnyeɪ/. French.
- cuisenaire rod,
- cuisine minceur,
Examples from the Web for cuisinier
The cook—both the cuisinier and the cuisinire—has already been dealt with in a special chapter.Old and New Paris, v. 2|Henry Sutherland Edwards
Because the duke's "cuisinier" had been too clever; had made this excellent dish too captivating to the sight as well as taste.
Because the Duke's cuisinier had been too clever; had made this excellent dish too captivating to the sight as well as taste.
Mr. Bishop, it seems, had 'enjoyed the office of cuisinier at the Palace, and among some of our first nobility.'The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1 (2 vols)|Thomas De Quincey
It is no cuisinier at all, but a cuisinire, and I demand a recompense for her worthy both of her and of your majesty.