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Synonyms for garnish

Synonyms for garnish

to furnish with decorations

Synonyms for garnish

something (such as parsley) added to a dish for flavor or decoration

any decoration added as a trimming or adornment

take a debtor's wages on legal orders, such as for child support

decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods

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While faithful enhancements such as alternative olive stuffings for Martinis and house-infused cherries for Manhattans stay true to the traditional adornments, bar chefs diverging from the classics generally agree that the key to successful garnishing is to either replicate a flavor or ingredient or to balance a taste, aroma or body with complimentary or contrasting flavors.
Smith added that the 1992 NFIB/Colorado State Ballot, a survey of its members on key legislative issues coming up in the session, found that 61 percent believe they should be reimbursed for the administrative cost of garnishing wages, and 79 percent believe they should be protected from liability for disclosing information about an employee to another potential employer.
For garnishing, a pastry bag and tip are a good investment for piping on whipped cream, frostings, ganache and the like.
Serve as a main dish salad, garnishing top with remaining tomato wedges and avocado slices.
Before giving their imaginations complete free rein, however, operators are wise to consider the traditions of garnishing cocktails (Martinis with olives or lemon twists, Manhattans with cherries, etc.
Citrus fruits such as lemons, limes and oranges are the Triple Crown of garnishing fruit.