Friday, May 17, 2013

A Garnish is an item

A Garnish is an item or substance used as a decoration or embellishment on a prepared food dish or drink.
A garnish makes food or drink items more visually
appealing. Sometimes a garnish and a condiment will be used together to finish the presentation of a dish, for example an entrée.
Garnish should be edible not just throw it somewhere after serving it's purpose. The most important thing that you need to remember is that when choosing garnish, the garnishee's color.
What’s a “cheese condiment?” A condiment is an auxiliary food product that is used to give special flavor to another food. The word is first found in print in French around 1420, and derives from the Latin condimentum, spice. Chutney, ketchup, mustard and pickle relish are prominent examples of condiments that enhance meats.
Is Cheese a ' condiment '...
Condiments are the seasonings such as salt, pepper, paprika, including spices and herbs; also used to refer to sauces such as Tabasco , Worcestershire and similar bottled seasonings.

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