Great Garnishes For Everyday Foods

Glick, Danielle
March 2006
Home Cooking;Mar2006, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p19
The article offers garnishing tips for everyday foods. Garnishes can turn plain-looking foods into mouth-watering temptations. Many garnishes can be made while the main dish is cooking because garnishes often use only a few ingredients. Garnishes can be derived from sauces, herbs, flowers, fruit, cheese or chocolate or any combination thereof. This article also presents several recipes with garnishes including Gourmet Burger with Basil-Infused Mayonnaise and Rosemary Ribeye Steak.


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