Definition of 'cookery'
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Days include visits to a reindeer farm and a wilderness cookery school. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Nine chefs took part in cookery demonstrations and nine craftsmen showed how to design creative artefacts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He has published three cookery books and opened a cookery school in Lancashire. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is available for diners and cookery school students. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They will also receive spending money and cookery lessons. The Sun (2012)There will be cookery demonstrations and outdoor activities and there is a spa for pampering. The Sun (2011)Three cookery programmes kitted up this week. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Spending money and cookery lessons are included. The Sun (2012)Cookery demonstrations and street theatre will add to the entertainment. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The live interactive broadcast is a refreshing change from the studio format of many cookery programmes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Some cut away after a while to cookery programmes and manga cartoons. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The government has already agreed to the preliminary recommendations that food and cookery lessons be made compulsory for the first time. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The on-site cookery school offers the chance to learn the recipes yourself. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There will also be cookery demonstrations, games and food stalls. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He's got a place at cookery school. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Following their preliminary recommendations, the government has agreed to make food and cookery lessons compulsory for the first time. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She could yet snag her own TV cookery series. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We were ahead of the curve on TV cookery. Times, Sunday Times (2014)IT'S the TV cookery show that has us all reaching for our cake tins. The Sun (2011)It is easily the best cookery show on TV. The Sun (2008)Can we please see an end to the staggering amount of cookery shows on TV? The Sun (2013)Tonight, she is wearing her chef's hat for the cookery challenge series. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'cookery'
British English: cookery /ˈkʊkərɪ/ NOUN
Cookery is the activity of preparing and cooking food.
- American English: cookery
- Arabic: فَنُّ الطَّبْخ
- Brazilian Portuguese: culinária
- Chinese: 烹调术
- Croatian: kuhanje
- Czech: kuchařství
- Danish: madlavning
- Dutch: kookkunst
- European Spanish: cocina arte
- Finnish: ruoanlaitto
- French: cuisine nourriture
- German: Kochen
- Greek: μαγειρική
- Italian: gastronomia
- Japanese: 料理法
- Korean: 요리법
- Norwegian: kokekunst
- Polish: sztuka kulinarna
- European Portuguese: culinária
- Romanian: gastronomie
- Russian: кулинария
- Spanish: cocina
- Swedish: matlagning
- Thai: การปรุงอาหาร
- Turkish: aşçılık
- Ukrainian: готування
- Vietnamese: nghệ thuật ẩm thực
Definition of cookery from the Collins English Dictionary
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