Usage examples for culinary

  1. These culinary details may appear trifles to the reader, but they had already become matters of moment to us. – From Paris to New York by Land by Harry de Windt
  2. With this Ned turned to the stables, and soon disappeared among the horses; but Clifford, eying the disappointed and eager face of the culinary sage, took ten guineas from his own share, and pushed them towards his quondam tutor. – Paul Clifford, Volume 6. by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  3. However, a tent was erected for me, and I and my companions in adversity were given beds and culinary utensils. – My Reminiscences of the Anglo-Boer War by Ben Viljoen
  4. It has commanded the respect of the culinary great. – The Complete Book of Cheese by Robert Carlton Brown
  5. Frequently, instead of begging for alms, he accepted an invitation to dine with some pious person who asked the whole band of disciples and made strenuous culinary efforts. – Hinduism and Buddhism, Vol I. (of 3) An Historical Sketch by Charles Eliot
  6. The chief's better half- or rather fifth part, for he had four wives- superintended the culinary operations, which were as rude and simple as the hut where they were carried on. – The Captive in Patagonia by Benjamin Franklin Bourne
  7. I was afraid that he would tell Ellen; but he stepped on board with an unconcerned manner, as if he wanted something for a culinary purpose, and returned with two of the paddles, and a bottle and cup. – On the Banks of the Amazon by W.H.G. Kingston
  8. The following Monday the young minister chanced to be in the culinary precincts of the rectory when Amarilly called for the laundry, none of the boys having been available for the service. – Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley by Belle K. Maniates
  9. She was afraid the Doctor did not properly appreciate her culinary abilities; but now she was amazed at the extraordinary quantity of food eaten, and she was in a state of delightful excitement. – How I Found Livingstone by Sir Henry M. Stanley
  10. Similar reasoning applies to the workers in the culinary trades. – The Trade Union Woman by Alice Henry
  11. Yankees and Johnnies wash together in the same stream, procure water to drink and for culinary purposes from the same spring, and, curious to relate, often read the news from the same papers. – Three Years in the Federal Cavalry by Willard Glazier
  12. George said he thought he could, and after Hubbard had invited me to make one of the party, they went into minute details as to the food they would take with them, planning an elaborate culinary outfit. – The Lure of the Labrador Wild by Dillon Wallace
  13. Why is it better than Sn or Cu for culinary utensils? – An Introduction to Chemical Science by R.P. Williams
  14. I was forcibly reminded yesterday of the truth of an observation of a clever French writer, who says, that to judge the real merit of a cook, one should sit down to table without the least feeling of appetite, as the triumph of the culinary art was not to satisfy hunger but to excite it. – The Idler in France by Marguerite Gardiner
  15. The house was already equipped with servants, including a first- class celestial cook, who achieved culinary mysteries with smiles and good nature. – The Higher Court by Mary Stewart Daggett
  16. At Sydney, the run of water was now very small, but was sufficient for all culinary purposes; and should it hereafter be found necessary, wells may easily be made: a well at Governor Phillip's house was very little affected by the drought. – An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island by John Hunter
  17. 14. Whose culinary efforts were temporarily confiscated? – The Jolliest School of All by Angela Brazil
  18. Red Dutch- best for culinary purposes. – Success With Small Fruits by E. P. Roe
  19. We hoped you would spend the evening with us, but I can quite understand that you must be tired, said Philippa, resolutely avoiding meeting Theo's eye lest she should be obliged to smile at the thought of the wasted culinary efforts over which that poor victim had been groaning the whole of the morning. – The Daughters of a Genius by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  20. The pitching of the tents is a lesson in architecture, the building of the camp- fire a victory over damp nature, and the supper of potatoes and bacon and fried trout a veritable triumph of culinary art. – Little Rivers A Book Of Essays In Profitable Idleness by Henry van Dyke