Garnish [noun]

Definition of Garnish:

embellishment, improvement

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Sentence/Example of Garnish:

That didn’t stop me from popping the mustardy orbs in my mouth, then swabbing the fiery seafood garnish from the box.

Fresh or dried herbs can work as a garnish sprinkled on top or be used to infuse milk or cream with extra flavor.

If your celery root happens to come with leaves attached, chop them as a nice green garnish.

Assemble tacos by topping tortillas with the beef-pineapple filling, jicama slaw, and garnishes.

Tie the dill, reserving a few sprigs for garnish if desired, and bay leaf together with kitchen twine.

You can do the same even if you’re the only one drinking, but you may need to downscale the size of the garnishes, as a lemon wheel or two will cover the whole surface of the drink.

The book’s experimental asides can feel like garnish for a clear mission, but they serve to widen Glass’s lens and convey a fuller experience beyond the pediatric ward’s walls.

A garnish of scallions or shallots on a finished dish still gets at the spirit of onions added at the beginning.

They manufacture clothes and wares, and we garnish ourselves with them.

When done, dish up the chicken in a pyramid, garnish with the fried onions and cover with tomato sauce.