haute cuisine


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(French) an elaborate and skillful manner of preparing food

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Haute couture and haute cuisine are a recipe made in heaven," Bottura told reporters.
Zipprick said its database -- which is available as a smartphone app -- now includes 16,000 eateries across the world which it classifies from haute cuisine to lower-priced "Food Gems".
With HungaryEe's appearance on the haute cuisine map, it was invited to host the European finals.
A complete haute cuisine instruction course under one cover, "Secrets from the La Varenne Kitchen: 50 Essential Recipes Every Cook Needs to Know" is strongly recommended for personal, cooking school, community, and academic library culinary instruction collections.
The haute cuisine pageant demonstrates Al Faisaliah Hotel's enduring thrust to elevate the art of hospitality to new heights.
MAISON BLANCHE Haute cuisine with many a twist from Paris-trained chef Jose Martinez.
The holy of holies, the sanctum sanctorum, the temples to non-vegetarian haute cuisine are beginning to pay homage to the vegetarian gods
Neither haute cuisine nor dodgy kebab, it's a mostly bland blend of the cloying and the predictable.
I took the classic, traditional ingredients from the Mexican cuisine, eliminated the beans and tortillas and redesigned the dishes using the French philosophy of the Haute cuisine, working openly with balances, textures, flavors, spices and visual presentation.
Star Women will truly be a unique opportunity for fans of haute cuisine.
Haute Cuisine celebrates everything that is loved about France: its cuisine, its traditions, and its cinematography.
Pictured left is the women's style Feinschmecker 420 'for hobnobbing in elegant settings from haute cuisine to haute couture'.
As can be guessed, this is a suitably silly story, replete with eye-watering puns--the chef specializes in haute cuisine or oat cuisine, told in a suitably brisk manner, including the rescue of the stranded Llywelyn the fin whale, mistaken by some for a thin whale.
He established his reputation for haute cuisine at the Carlton, while at the Savoy he created one of his most famous recipes, Peach Melba, in honour of hotel guest and Australian singer Nellie Melba.