Origin of culinary
Examples from the Web for culinary
In the culinary world, the birth of a world-renowned restaurant can often be followed by relatively short lifespan.
An esteemed historian of Southern culinary culture, Ferris had all the utensils to do some serious carving on Paula Deen.
This presented a challenge that was as much an engineering one as it was a culinary one.
It was one of the fast-food treats on the menu at an international conference for the Culinary Institute of America.
And then there are the five-times-a-week regulars for whom The Cottage is a culinary touchstone.
In some articles used for culinary purposes, Parisians go beyond the Chinese, as in the use of horse-beef.Four Young Explorers|Oliver Optic
All your culinary fancies will be well known to the council of the guild, and they will pick out a man up to your standard.The Inhabitants of the Philippines|Frederic H. Sawyer
Ladies were compelled to dispense with salt in their culinary operations; even the butter was unsalted.The Iron Furnace|John H. Aughey
So far the Outlaws had limited their activities to wrestling matches, adventure seeking, and culinary operations.Just William|Richmal Crompton
Yet in that culinary maelstrom even Snaffle disowned either responsibility or complicity.Lanier of the Cavalry|Charles King
British Dictionary definitions for culinary
Word Origin for culinary
Word Origin and History for culinary
1630s, "of the kitchen," from Latin culinarius "pertaining to the kitchen," from culina "kitchen, food" (see kiln). Meaning "of cookery" is from 1650s.