Garnishes. What is a garnish?. The word garnish comes from the French word “garnir” which means “to decorate or furnish”. In the culinary world, it means to use food as an attractive decoration.
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Strike a balance between overcrowding the plate and leaving large gaps of space. Foods should not touch the plate rim.
Choose a focal point for the plate. Design the plate with the highest point to the rear or center. Avoid placing foods of equal heights around the edge of the plate-leaving a hole in the center- the eye will naturally be drawn to the gap.
The plates composition should flow naturally. For example, make the highest point at the back of the plate and have the rest of the food become gradually shorter toward the front of the plate.