View definitions for condiment
Check the bag regularly for any spilled food or lost condiments.
Repackaging condiments and other food products that you won’t finish on your trip is a pro move, too.
“Hopefully, one of your other readers will have a similar story about deedle-dees, the one true name for the condiment,” wrote John, who now lives in Woodbine, Md.
The secret to the dish is its dipping sauce, which leans on a crab-fat paste widely used as a condiment in Pampanga.
The half jar of the condiment I’m inevitably left with after the holiday dinner inspired this sheet pan meal.
At the same time, great sadness awaits those going into the lifestyle condiment business.
“Pop music has evolved into a lifestyle condiment,” sighs Steven Hyden at Grantland.
Best eaten with strong, spicy harissa as a condiment, to counter the fattiness of the meat.
To be sure, he was no cultural condiment but the meat of the matter itself.
Not so much a dish but a condiment suited for almost any meal, salsa verde would have to be one of the tastiest condiments.
Salt is the condiment to use with them, but sugar is allowable.
Mrs. Condiment, the housekeeper, therefore, greeted the "Cap'n" heartily on the threshold of the cottage when he arrived.
He says he abstained principally from animal food; using it, if he used it at all, only as a condiment for his vegetables.
Saffron is used as a pigment for the sectarian marks on the forehead of the orthodox Hindu and also as a condiment.
The daintiest condiment of all is the French mayonnaise sauce served with lettuce.
On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to condiment, such as: dressing, horseradish, gravy, ketchup, mustard, and pepper.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.