why does chef's place decoration or garnishing on food that they present?

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    sinugbaposted 8 years ago

    why does chef's place decoration or garnishing on food that they present?

    do this presentation of food with garnishing motivate people to eat?

  2. charanjeet kaur profile image60
    charanjeet kaurposted 8 years ago

    Garnishing is the final ingredient that takes the entire dish to a whole new level. Personally if you have put in effort in making a dish it should be appealing to the eye and make it irresistible for the guests you have invited. A well sought after garnish that goes with the dish enhances its flavors in its own special ways. Trust me it is worth every minute you put in creating a complete dish.

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  3. crazyhorsesghost profile image76
    crazyhorsesghostposted 6 years ago


    Garnishing is a way of making the prepared food look good and make people want to eat it.

    In the photo is a crab cake garnished with a lemon cream sauce and a sprig of greens. As you can see it makes you want to eat it.

    You can make beautiful roses by peeling a large tomato in very thin slices and roll the peeling up into a beautiful rose that you can use to decorate a plate with.

    The more work you put into preparing and adding a beautiful garnish to food or a plate the more people will appreciate it.

    There probably are thousands of ways you can garnish a plate.