gastronomy

[ga-stron-uh-mee]
noun
1.
the art or science of good eating.
2.
a style of cooking or eating.

Origin:
1805–15; < French gastronomie < Greek gastronómia. See gastro-, -nomy

gastronomic [gas-truh-nom-ik] , gastronomical, adjective
gastronomically, adverb
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gastronomy (ɡæsˈtrɒnəmɪ)
 
n
1.  the art of good eating
2.  the type of cookery of a particular region: the gastronomy of Provence
 
[C19: from French gastronomie, from Greek gastronomia, from gastēr stomach; see -nomy]

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Molecular gastronomy-the use of scientific techniques to create exotic cuisine-is becoming a household term.
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Excellent gastronomy, tangible local pride, not too chaotic a lifestyle.
Many great modern-day chefs utilize innovation and technology, in particular
  molecular gastronomy, in their cuisine.
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