Definition of Haute cuisine

1. Noun. (French) an elaborate and skillful manner of preparing food.

Generic synonyms: Cuisine, Culinary Art
Geographical relationships: France, French Republic



Definition of Haute cuisine

1. Noun. Refined cookery, especially when practiced as an art form. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haute Cuisine

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Literary usage of Haute cuisine

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1. Adventure Guide by Heather Stimmler-Hall (2004)
"First opened in 1766, Laperouse combines traditional French haute cuisine with a luxurious Belle Epoque interior overlooking the Seine. ..."

2. Homes of the Passing Show by W Beatty-Kingston (1900)
"Here we have the cult of la haute cuisine brought to the highest pitch of perfection. When the Savoy was opened, there was a great want of a rendezvous ..."

3. Ibiza, Formentera by Roland Mischke, Berthold Schwarz (2001)
"Right: Fresh fish and seafood served right on Platja de Ses Illetes on Formentera. including everything from Chinese stir- fries to French haute cuisine, ..."

4. Food and Feeding by Henry Thompson (1901)
"But for a modern encyclopaedic work on the subject, including la haute cuisine, the following, by Dubois and Bernard conjointly, is beyond question the most ..."

5. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1881)
"The palmy days of the haute cuisine were when Careme and his fellow artists produced their chefs-d'oeuvre for the repasts of the monarchs and great ..."

6. The Civilization of Illiteracy by Mihai Nadin (1997)
"... the purity and integrity of the language is a convenient argument concerning the interdependence of the ideal of literacy and that of haute cuisine. ..."

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