Translation of haute cuisine in Spanish:

haute cuisine

alta cocina, n.

Pronunciation /ˌoʊt ˌkwɪˈzin//ˌəʊt kwɪˈziːn/


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    alta cocina feminine
    • Just to shore up its reputation for exquisite haute cuisine, Albert Roux is currently hosting gourmet weekends at the hotel and will be cooking for guests in February and March.
    • The New York Times put Adrià on the cover recently with a piece inside saying Spain was now indisputably the Mecca of haute cuisine.
    • French chef Auguste Escoffier was a founding father of haute cuisine and a serious lover of wild game.
    • In this country any haute cuisine tradition that exists is almost solely because of the appetites and conspicuous consumption of the British nobility, hereditary or otherwise.
    • British haute cuisine is currently at risk from choking itself to an early death on a diet of squiggles, blobs, foams, and purées.
    • For years, fine dining has conjured up images of French fare, with terms such as gourmet and haute cuisine reinforcing the idea that France does it best.
    • In fact, his zeal and energy in the kitchen is the most impressive part of the show and undoubtedly the key to his enormous success in both haute cuisine and television.
    • Where would be a safe place to take someone who specialises in haute cuisine for a living?
    • More significantly, the future of French gastronomy itself, from high to low, from haute cuisine to small traders and producers, is an issue made pertinent by increasing EU regulations.
    • Auguste Escoffier invented the French haute cuisine and extolled its virtues throughout Europe.
    • The Dutch will feature Oliver in their version of the series, in which jobless youngsters are trained in haute cuisine, but the French will not.
    • The arrival of haute cuisine advanced culinary options, creating a well constructed gap between the etiquette and habits of the classes.
    • From high fashion to high tech, from Asian Pacific American hip hop to haute cuisine, we're weaving the threads of our culture into the fabric of everyday American life.
    • By 1900, skilled chefs were turning out elaborate multicourse meals in the style of French haute cuisine for the wealthy.
    • Born and raised in London, Heston Blumenthal was introduced to haute cuisine at the impressionable age of fifteen.
    • We never meet the jury but we know have seen them around exam times and know they are older extremely traditional haute cuisine chefs.
    • ‘Contemporary Cooking’ heats up new trends in haute cuisine and highlights plate presentation, menu writing and preparation and service, among other things.
    • And yet both are ever so slightly twee, redolent of people who confuse high culture with haute cuisine and have the affluent leisure to indulge both.
    • James Blandi Sr. was among the first restaurateurs to introduce Pittsburghers to haute cuisine.
    • In the able hands of Brovelli, the restaurant has become a temple of Italian haute cuisine.