garnish with

garnish with (something)

To ornament or embellish something with something else. Often done with food. A noun or pronoun can be used between "garnish" and "with." People often garnish ham with pineapple slices.
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garnish something with something

to embellish or decorate something, such as food, with something. For the final presentation, I will garnish the dish with a sprig of parsley. The roast was garnished with slices of apple.
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To serve, fill half of the glass with the red juice and top up with the second juice and then garnish with a piece of watermelon and mint.
Serve sprinkled with the peanuts and garnish with extra fresh herbs and chilli.
Pour in the drink, and garnish with lemon slices and gold dust.
Garnish with lemon wedge, cucumber ribbon slice, green apple slices.
Garnish with an edible pansy flower before serving.
Mix all ingredients in a tall pitcher with ice and add soda to taste; serve over ice, garnish with slices of orange, lemon, or any fruit you desire.
Serve over ice and garnish with a lemon and cucumber wheel.
Add the gin, top with tonic and garnish with blackberries and mint.
Method: Pour the Pinkster Royale into a chilled flute, top with prosecco and garnish with a raspberry.
Method: Pour Absolut Vodka into a glass, squeeze and discard two lime wedges, add ice cubes, top up with soda water and garnish with lime wedges, mint and cucumber.
Serve in glasses over ice and, if desired, garnish with small basil sprigs.
Garnish with the microherbs, and the remaining corn, in the crab shells, if using.
Garnish with granulated garlic flakes, nutritional yeast, chopped walnuts, almonds, peanuts or cashews, or, if you have the time, chopped fresh cabbage tossed with a small amount of soy sauce.