You'll be able to experience the beauty, charm, history and gastronomy of Europe without stress or strain.
The new university curriculum will include a Stage programme on the science, nutrition, history, culture and gastronomy of Irish food.
These days, of course, it is not so much foreign gastronomy that is a mystery as what goes on with food produced under our very noses.
Escoffier and his famous Ritz-Carlton establishments played a role in taking gastronomy out of the palaces, but it was undoubtedly WWI, the Depression and WWII that cemented the fate of the royal cook.
Steak and kidney pie is but one of the many contributions to world gastronomy from the traditional cuisine of Great Britain.
Some of the articles provide us with information about promotional events while others discuss superfluously organic wine, the history of gastronomy and brewing, and gives a portrait of a small brewery.
Far from being champions of a brave new world of gastronomy , we consume more junk food than the rest of Europe put together.
A string of such venues opened a few years ago when the Paris food scene realized with a start that gastronomy did not stop at the Pyrenées - all things Iberian have been riding that trendy wave ever since.
The doors of gastronomy opened upon new horizons.
This alone would have been dessert of course, and I just had a little taste of each with sips of my coffee, relinquishing the rest as a humble offering to the gods of gastronomy .