gæstemad

DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From gæst (guest) +‎ -e- +‎ mad (food).

NounEdit

gæstemad c (singular definite gæstemaden, not used in plural form)

  1. guest food; food for guests
    • 2013, Hanne Richardt Beck, Familien Kammer, Gyldendal A/S →ISBN
      ... men da børnene blev voksne og skulle køre hele vejen til Haslev hver den første søndag i måneden, syntes Dea, hun blev nødt til at byde dem noget bedre a la den gæstemad, hun også havde måttet lære sig.
      ... but when the children grew up and had to drive all the way to Haslev each first Sunday of the month, Dea felt that she had to offer them something better, sort of like the guest food she had also had to teach herself.
    • 2014, Jørn Riel, Samlede skrøner fra et rejseliv, Lindhardt og Ringhof →ISBN
      Hjerter i flødesovs var gæstemad, noget man gav besøgere for at vise, at ekspeditionen levede i overdådighed og luksus.
      Hearts in cream sauce was food for guests, something one gave to visitors to show that the expedition was living in lavishness and luxury.
    • 2010, Susanne (red.). Bügel, Jørn (red.). Dyerberg, Steen (red.). Stender, Menneskets ernæring, Munksgaard Danmark →ISBN, page 252
      I Danmark har en undersøgelse beskrevet sociale forskelle i, hvad der lægges vægt på i forhold til gæstemad.
      In Denmark, an investigation has described social differences in what is considered important in connection with food for guests.

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