Origin of gastronomy
Examples from the Web for gastronomical
Contemporary Examples of gastronomical
It is open, unmarked territory—a gastronomical no man's land.Berlin’s Champagne Food Truck
July 23, 2011
Historical Examples of gastronomical
Gastronomical delights in Italy are largely of ones own choosing.Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor Car
So far can literature palliate or compensate for gastronomical privations.The Book Lovers' Anthology
Its medicinal virtue is as great as its gastronomical goodness.The Art of Entertaining
M. E. W. Sherwood
About 300 lines of this gastronomical poem are preserved in Athenaeus.
These gastronomical researches called for a counterexperiment.More Hunting Wasps
J. Henri Fabre
Word Origin for gastronomy
1814, from French gastronomie, coined 1800 by Joseph de Berchoux (1762-1838) as title of poem on good living, after Gastrologia, title of a now-lost poem of antiquity, quoted by Athenaeus (see gastrology). Berchoux's word is from gaster + nomos "arranging, regulating." Related: Gastronomer.