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Synonyms for chef

a person who prepares food for eating


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a professional cook

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Her relatives considered that the penury of her table discredited the Mingott name, which had always been associated with good living; but people continued to come to her in spite of the "made dishes" and flat champagne, and in reply to the remonstrances of her son Lovell (who tried to retrieve the family credit by having the best chef in New York) she used to say laughingly: "What's the use of two good cooks in one family, now that I've married the girls and can't eat sauces?
They have not even a cathedral, with eleven tons of solid silver archbishops in the back room; and they do not show you any moldy buildings that are seven thousand years old; nor any smoke-dried old fire-screens which are chef d'oeuvres of Reubens or Simpson, or Titian or Ferguson, or any of those parties; and they haven't any bottled fragments of saints, and not even a nail from the true cross.
And then Lord Greystoke wiped his greasy fingers upon his naked thighs and took up the trail of Kulonga, the son of Mbonga, the king; while in far-off London another Lord Greystoke, the younger brother of the real Lord Greystoke's father, sent back his chops to the club's CHEF because they were underdone, and when he had finished his repast he dipped his finger-ends into a silver bowl of scented water and dried them upon a piece of snowy damask.
Au chef du gouvernement francais," said Dolgorukov, with grave satisfaction.
A chef d'oeuvre of that kind of quiet evolution of character through circumstance, introduced into English literature by Miss Austen, and carried to perfection in France by George Sand (who is more to the point, because, like Mrs.
Tyler's colored chef, who could make pork-chops taste like chicken, and chicken taste like heaven.
From there, semifinalists will compete in front of a regional jury of acclaimed chefs and one winner from each market will continue on to participate in the Grand Final Event in Milan in 2016.
A: The ideal situation for the chefs, and the chefs have told us this, is to be able to walk out the backdoor of the kitchen and into the garden.
With agreements finalized in late 2006, Food Network Chef Cat Cora has become the industry's latest celebrity spokesperson.
More than 1,000 chefs from 56 countries competed in individual competitions and national, regional and junior team competitions.
In several of the latest volumes, restaurant chefs are cooking casually in their home kitchens instead of the restaurant's, continues Rose.
More than 1,000 chefs, cooks, students and foodservice professionals attended the annual event held at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown.
His son, Alain Lambert of Santa Clarita, recalls that I had dubbed him one of the last of the ``red velvet'' chefs in a Daily News column and that his dad was known as the ``Crown Prince of the beef Wellington.
We enlisted the help of three chefs, one known for his elegant and honest Italian cuisine, another heralded for the freshest Greek seafood menu in the United States, and a New Englander who has no doubt lived a past life in the south of France.