coginiaeth, cogyddiaeth, choginiaeth, chogyddiaeth, goginiaeth, gogyddiaeth, nghoginiaeth, nghogyddiaeth
Noun(1) the act of preparing something (as food
(1) As part of the hotel's entertainment programme, cookery demonstrations are staged throughout the year.(2) The new days would fit in with planned activities including cookery demonstrations and a pensioners' luncheon club.(3) And like all cookery shows, it also gave the impression that cooking is done without cleaning.(4) The participants in cookery had to prepare four varieties of food.(5) So check out what the best cookery courses in the UK and overseas have to offer.(6) Students learn everything from cookery to business management and are normally school leavers looking to move into the tourism industry.(7) The library also has a wide range of titles on gardening, cookery , history, computers, biography and travel.(8) Those who take cookery courses come from all backgrounds.(9) What makes it worse is that school children get almost no other teaching about food or cookery .(10) It wasn't just a hospital but a place where they were taught skills like cookery and crafts.(11) She successfully completed a Cordon Bleu cookery course earlier this year.(12) Competitors had to display their creative tasks in carpentry, craft, cookery and computer skills.(13) a cordon bleu cookery course(14) a dining hall with a cookery at one end(15) cookery writers(16) I am indebted to Scottish cookery writer, Sue Lawrence, for this recipe.
(1) cookery book :: llyfr coginio
1. preparation ::
Different Formscookeries, cookery
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