garnish[ gahr-nish ]SEE DEFINITION OF garnish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GARNISH
Garnish each fillet with a Spanish olive stuffed with anchovy.
Put the tongue on a dish and garnish it with slices of fried cucumber.
Fry in butter, and garnish with fried parsley and fried croutons.
Pour over the dressing, and garnish with hard-boiled eggs and beetroot.
Dish on a folded napkin, and garnish with parsley, coral, and cut lemon.
Any cooked vegetables can be put in the centre for a garnish.
Serve on a folded napkin, and garnish with parsley and cut lemon.
Garnish with coral and parsley, and serve with tartare sauce (see Sauces).
Stew them gently for ten minutes, or a quarter of an hour, and serve them up with a garnish of sippets, of fried or toasted bread.
Set it before the fire, or put it into the oven till the bread is crisp; garnish it with carrots, or any thing that is in season.