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[mass noun] The practice or skill of preparing and cooking food:‘European peasant cookery’[as modifier] ‘cookery writers’‘a cordon bleu cookery course’
- ‘He was spotted by a TV producer and went on to make 19 series of television cookery programmes’
- ‘Competitors had to display their creative tasks in carpentry, craft, cookery and computer skills.’
- ‘Further-more, if you miss one cookery programme, there is always another one along in a moment.’
- ‘Known for his love of good wine as well as good food, he has written many books and presented more than a dozen TV cookery programmes.’
- ‘The new days would fit in with planned activities including cookery demonstrations and a pensioners' luncheon club.’
- ‘Maybe there is a commercial opportunity for Italian cookery lessons here!’
- ‘Students learn everything from cookery to business management and are normally school leavers looking to move into the tourism industry.’
- ‘I am indebted to Scottish cookery writer, Sue Lawrence, for this recipe.’
- ‘As part of the hotel's entertainment programme, cookery demonstrations are staged throughout the year.’
- ‘There was a great turnout on their first night back and a full timetable of events has been planned, such as cookery classes and beauty courses.’
- ‘And like all cookery shows, it also gave the impression that cooking is done without cleaning.’
- ‘She successfully completed a Cordon Bleu cookery course earlier this year.’
- ‘As well as anger management classes, they take lessons on cookery and childcare skills.’
- ‘Those who take cookery courses come from all backgrounds.’
- ‘It wasn't just a hospital but a place where they were taught skills like cookery and crafts.’
- ‘So check out what the best cookery courses in the UK and overseas have to offer.’
- ‘The participants in cookery had to prepare four varieties of food.’
- ‘What makes it worse is that school children get almost no other teaching about food or cookery.’
- ‘The library also has a wide range of titles on gardening, cookery, history, computers, biography and travel.’
- ‘I have completed courses in dressmaking, cookery, flower arranging and painting.’
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