Gamish / Garnish

Discussion in 'English Only' started by piva, Oct 13, 2006.

  1. piva New Member

    El Salvador, español
    I need to Known what it means " GAMISHED" for example, a Soup served with gamished and scallions.

  2. GenJen54

    GenJen54 Senior Member

    Downright Pleasant, USA
    USA - English
    Hi piva,

    Welcome to the Forums!

    Are you sure you are not talking about a "garnish?"

    I have never heard of "gamish" unless it is a word in a language other than English.

    A garnish is usually a sprig of parsley or some other small piece of greenery or vegetable used to "decorate" the plate.

    In THIS photo, the chef uses a sprig of basil to garnish the squash and brocolli.

    I have also changed the title of your thread to Gamish / Garnish to comply with our rules.

    You could also use small slices of scallions to garnish soup or a baked potato, for example.
  3. ireney

    ireney Modistra

    Greek Greece Mod of Greek, CC and CD
    Hello piva and welcome :)

    I have never heard the expression but my google search leads me to believe that it's a mispelling of "garnished" in which case the above expression needs some changing: A soup served garnished with scallions.

    I may be wrong however.
  4. piva New Member

    El Salvador, español
    Thanks you are right the word is garnished.

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