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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishculinarycul‧i‧na‧ry /ˈkʌlənəri $ ˈkʌləneri, ˈkjuːl-/ adjective [only before noun]  formalDFCCOOK relating to cooking culinary skills mushrooms dried for culinary use the region’s culinary delights (=food that tastes very good)
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culinaryAmong the most popular classes are culinary arts programs in which lunching and learning go hand-in-hand.Having discarded as inadequate our orthodox rationalisations for meat's culinary centrality, the question remained: why is it so important?His cheesemaker is situated on the outskirts of the village, but he keeps names top secret from the culinary competition.Having lurched trendily through the culinary eighties, we may now be discovering something more substantial and enduring in game.Already lines of recruits are filing past the hotplates to collect the Catering Corps' famous blend of humour and culinary excellence.Mint is perhaps the best-known of culinary herbs.Yet this unassuming treatise, written by Amelia Simmons, is a giant in culinary history.The use of garlic, whether for medicinal or culinary purposes, dates back several centuries.Mary learned a lot of culinary skills from Gerard.She'd never have suspected the Viking of possessing culinary skills.Deep-dish pizza is one of Chicago's culinary traditions.Butter flavoring is available for culinary uses.culinary delightsGuests were full of praise for the culinary delights, and the branch was able to add £527 to its funds.She might not be able to manage one of Marguerite's culinary delights, but at least she could cook herself a meal.This is one of the many New York culinary delights that appear only in ersatz forms outside the city.Or whatever ethnic culinary delights you are offered.