IV. Meals types
V. Dining experiences
VIII. Science and technology
X. Within lifestyle
XI. Mass media
‘practical (ˈpræktɪk ə l)�
of, involving, or concerned with experience or�
actual use; not theoretical
of or concerned with ordinary affairs, �
three or more.
adapted or adaptable for use
of, involving, or trained by practice
being such for all useful or general purposes; virtual �
an examination in the practical skills of a subject: a science practical
[C17: from earlier practic, from French pratique, via Late Latin from Greek praktikos, from prassein to knowledge, negotiate, perform]
usage A distinction is usually made between practical and practicable. Practical refers to a� person, idea, project, etc, as being more concerned with or relevant to practice than theory: he is a very practicalperson; the idea had no practical application. Practicable refers to a� project or idea as being capable ofbeing done or put into effect: the plan was expensive, � yet practicable'
from the Collins dictionary forom
1 . The art of good eating
2 . (Cookery) the kind of cookery of any particular area the gastronomy of Provence [From French gastronomie, from Greek gastronomia, from gastēr stomach]' From your Collins dictionary
Gastronomy is the research between the human relationships of meals and society. They focus particularly upon gourmet delicacies, someone who is definitely well versed in gastronomy is referred to as a gastronome were a gastronomist is someone who unities theory and practical in the study of gastronomy. There is numerous areas studied in gastronomy, they include; culture, taste, styles and religious beliefs. For many...