Origin of garnish
OTHER WORDS FROM garnish
How to use garnish in a sentence
Like the photos, some of the paintings have collaged garnishes.In the galleries: Personal and political perspectives on the past|Mark Jenkins|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
Dill, with fluffy, feathery green fronds that taste bright and a bit grassy, is often used as a garnish, but has potential far beyond.5 dill recipes that make good use of the citrusy, grassy herb|Kari Sonde|February 4, 2021|Washington Post
That’s what my secondary pantry is, a kind of mise en place of homemade condiments, spice mixes and garnishes.Homemade condiments, dressings and toppings are a pathway to fast, flavorful cooking|Todd Kliman|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
Set aside one tablespoon of parsley, one teaspoon of almonds, and some sesame seeds for garnish, then add the remaining parsley, almonds, and sesame seeds to the meat mixture.
Once cool, break into small shards and use for garnishing the tarts.
I've read horror stories of the lenders garnishing wages to get their money back.
If the Salmi is made of partridges, use oranges instead of lemons for the juice and garnishing.Domestic French Cookery, 4th ed.|Sulpice Baru
If a more ornamental garnishing is desired, place a lemon in the mouth and use cranberries for the eyes.
When removed from the oven, this dish can be made more attractive by garnishing it with the lobster claws and tail.
If the elaborate garnishing here suggested is not desired, the croquettes may be served with merely a suitable sauce.
However, there are numerous ways of garnishing and serving such desserts to add to their attractiveness.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
British Dictionary definitions for garnish
- to serve with notice of proceedings; warn
- obsolete to summon to proceedings already in progress
- to attach (a debt)