flavor (something) with (something)

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flavor (something) with (something)

To add something, such as a spice or an herb, to a dish to enhance or improve its flavor. I'm begging you, please don't flavor the guacamole with cilantro—I hate the taste of it. My Italian relatives love to flavor everything with garlic.
See also: flavor

flavor food with something

to season a food with something. He flavors his gravy with a little sage. Can you flavor the soup with a little less pepper next time?
See also: flavor, food
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Deep Eddy's Sweet Tea is one of their best performing flavors, a flavor with which few large brands have managed to do well.
Bart Vanderhaegen of Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Heverlee, Belgium, and his colleagues have discovered that furfuryl ethyl ether contributes an unpleasant "solvent" or "chemical" flavor with age, primarily in ales.
Meanwhile, researchers at Mississippi State University (Mississippi State, MS) are involved in identifying and developing sensory terminology for cheddar flavor with standard definitions and references for each sensory term.
Pairing a novel flavor with nutritive consequences results in a flavor preference in the rat (Fedorchak & Bolles, 1987; Mehiel, 1991; Ramirez, 1994; Sclafani, 1991).
Also in March, the Deep Eddy brand added a sixth flavor with Deep Eddy Orange, according to Reid Hafer, Senior Brand Manager for Heaven Hill.
These flavors include Natural Onion Flavor Powder WONF for a fresh onion flavor; Onion Roasted Powder for a unique oven-roasted flavor; Natural & Artificial Fire Roast Onion to summon the taste appeal of foods cooked on an outdoor grill; and Natural Green Onion Flavor Powder WONF that delivers a mild green flavor with a note of sweet onion juice.
This March, the company launched Svedka Grapefruit Jalapeno, which fuses bright citrus flavor with a hint of heat.
Milky: A sweet, bland flavor with the slight sharpness of lactic acid.
Just as in the past, we consumed 'flavor with coffee,' then were educated to drink 'coffee with flavor,' tea has evolved to the point that the idea of 'tea with flavor' is very attractive to a large consumer group.
Flavors in demand are shiitake, reishi and other mushroom varieties designed to impart an exotic flavor with a base familiarity of mushroom taste.
We constantly seek to improve a flavor with better characterizing flavors, better masking, and better creaming.
Encapsulation entraps/coats a flavor with material and processes it to create a protective matrix or shell that completely surrounds a flavor.
"Another trend has been to offer season flavors to coincide with traditional holidays, such as Pumpkin Pie, Egg Nog, and Candy Cane, or to develop a signature flavor like 'Christmas Traditions' or 'Holiday Cheer.' This may follow through to the rest of the year by connecting a particular flavor with other holidays like Cinnamon Hearts for Valentines Day or Irish Cheer for St.
Gingersnapp has a spicy sweet flavor with just the right amount of zing!