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cuisine (noun) style or method of cooking different varieties of foods.

'Tastes differ as rivers differ,' goes the saying. This is all the more so with food. People differ in their tastes, especially of food, and hence the wide variety of cuisine, that is, a wide range of methods of cooking to suit the wide variety of pallets. Different countries, different regions of the same country have different styles of cooking, making use of the locally available food material. That is, they have different cuisines. French cuisine is the way the French cook their food, and so is Italian cuisine the way the Italians cook their food. The cookbook gives you a wide variety of recipes for a variety of cuisines across the world.

  • Those who are used to American cuisine, find the Indian cuisine very spicy and hot, though very delicious.
  • The cuisine of a country is decided mostly by its climate, the vegetables and the animals that are natural to its climate, as these constitute the food of the place and the methods of its cooking.
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