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Definition of Aristology

Aristology
Aristology Ar`is*tol"o*gy, n. [Gr. ? dinner + -logy.] The science of dining. --Quart. Rev.

Meaning of Aristology from wikipedia

- Aristology is the art or science of cooking and dining. It encomp****es the preparation, combination, and presentation of dishes and the manner in which...
- disappearance of the club's silver. The annual dinner of The Ten for Aristology is the scene of a murder in the 1960 Nero Wolfe story Poison à la Carte...
- origins of government Areologystudy of Mars Aretaicsscience of virtue Aristologyscience or art of dining Aromachologystudy of smell and odor Arthrology...
- attaining to it. A narrative about a divine figure's miraculous deeds. aristology The art or study of cooking and dining. arkeology The study of the story...
- finest chefs in the world) in Too Many Cooks and to dine with the Ten for Aristology (a group of epicures) in "Poison à la Carte". Wolfe does not, however...
- (Viking Press). A group of gourmets, who call themselves the Ten for Aristology, invite Wolfe's chef Fritz to cook their annual dinner. Wolfe and Archie...
- to be cared for at Hewitt's estate. Hewitt is a member of the Ten for Aristology, a group of gourmets that figures in "Poison à la Carte" and The Doorbell...
- While proselytising the science, art and etiquette of fine dining — or “aristology” as he called it — he had a quick temper and at one time ****aulted the...
- subsequent Wolfe stories, twice in his capacity as a member of the Ten for Aristology, once as the guardian of Wolfe's orchids (In the Best Families), once...
- selection, by Felix Summerley (Sir Henry Cole), was published in 1881 as Aristology, or the Art of Dining. Lee, Sidney, ed. (1899). "Walker, Thomas (1784-1836)" ...
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