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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Pour into glasses, garnish with mint sprigs and fruit.
Double strain into a chilled glass, top with ginger ale and garnish with a lemon wedge.
Top each with about 1/2 cup chilled ginger beer and garnish with a thyme sprig.
Shake all the ingredients together very well, serve in a Martini Glass and garnish with three Bourbon Cherries on a stick.
3 French Hens 25ml Appleton Estate VX rum, 50ml Advocaat (egg liqueur), 15ml Kahlua Shake and strain, and serve in a brandy glass frape, then garnish with a cinnamon stick.
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.
Drizzle chive oil over vinaigrette and garnish with chives.
Top up with crushed ice and garnish with a strawberry fan
Transfer to a serving bowl and garnish with parsley and the reserved peas.
Next, fill three-fourths of the glass with shaved ice and add three ounces of bourbon plus the sugar mixture and stir gently; add ice to fill and garnish with a sprig of fresh mint.
Top with zest of an orange and garnish with orange twist.
Garnish with a either a stick of stalked cherries or a couple of blueberries.
Garnish with olives, arugula, eggs, caperberries, olive puree, parsley oil, sardine-wrapped garlic and tomatoes.