Lime is used as a garnish for many drinks. It is also used for cooking as well as baking.
Garnish of portugaise
the plural for garnish is........ Garnishes! :)
There are three main meanings for the word "garnish." Used as a noun, a garnish is an item or substance used to decorate a dish, plate of food, drink, etc. The garnish (decoration) may be edible leaves, seasonings, herbs, even flowers. There are lots of options in choosing a garnish. Garnishes may add flavor or color to a dish. Some garnishes are used to enhance the visual aspect of the plate or dish to make it appear more appealing, while others are used to enhance the flavor. "The garnish on the cake was shaved chocolate curls." or "Which garnish should we use for the plates?" Used as a verb, it is the act of garnishing (decorating or embellishing with savory touches.) "Garnish the mixed drinks with lemon wedges or olives." or "Would you garnish the plates while I prepare the drinks?" There is a third, legal meaning to the word. It means to seize money owing to someone to satisfy his debts. If A owes money to B, and B owes money to C, C can collect the money owing to B from A in satisfaction of the debt owing to C. This is called "garnishing B's debts". If A is B's employer, it is called "garnishing B's wages".
yes, they can garnish your wages
Not really... they taste fine without a garnish.
It depends what it is but i normally garnish everything with salt and pepper.
Yes, Nevada can garnish your wages if creditors take you to court. There is a limit on how much a creditor can garnish in the state.
remember that a sauce is a sauce not a garnish
No, only the federal government can garnish your wages.
A landlord can garnish yor wadges if you do not pay rent