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Tasty, attractive to the palate

The fine restaurant presented an array of savory dishes; each was delicious.

The leaves of these plants used as a flavouring
Any of several Mediterranean herbs, of the genus Satureja, grown as culinary flavourings
Not overly sweet

Savory duck contrasted well with the sweet sauce.

A [[#Adjective|savory]] snack
Salty or Non-Sweet

the mushrooms, meat, bread, rice, peanuts and potatoes were all good savory foods.

{a} pleasing to the smell or taste, nice
{n} a garden plant, the satureja
morally respectable or inoffensive; "a past that was scarcely savory"
an aromatic or spicy dish served at the end of dinner or as an hors d'oeuvre either of two aromatic herbs of the mint family dwarf aromatic shrub of Mediterranean regions any of several aromatic herbs or subshrubs of the genus Satureja having spikes of flowers attractive to bees morally respectable or inoffensive; "a past that was scarcely savory
Salty or Non-Sweet, non vegetable
An aromatic labiate plant (Satureia hortensis), much used in cooking; also called summer savory
dwarf aromatic shrub of Mediterranean regions
Type: Herb (fresh sprigs or crumbled dried) Description: Two types: summer and winter Summer savory is slightly milder, but both are strongly flavored and should be used sparingly Closely related to the mint family Flavor: Peppery, aromatic, slightly pungent Uses: Beans (lima beans, string beans and lentils) meats, sauces, soups, stuffings, vegetables
any of several aromatic herbs or subshrubs of the genus Satureja having spikes of flowers attractive to bees
the American spelling of savoury (savouré, past participle of savourer, from savour; SAVOR). a plant that is used in cooking to add taste to meat and other food. adj. Aromatic annual herb (Satureja hortensis) of the mint family, native to southern Europe. The dried leaves and flowering tops are used as a flavouring and in herb bouquets. Winter, or dwarf, savory (S. montana) is smaller and flowers in winter. It is used for culinary purposes almost interchangeably with the summer species
{s} tasty, having a pleasant flavor; fragrant, having a pleasant odor; appetizing; agreeable, pleasant; spicy, piquant
Pleasing to the organs of taste or smell
A strongly flavored herb of the mint family There are two varieties: winter and summer The summer savory is slightly milder, but both should be used carefully Savory has a flavor reminiscent of a cross between thyme and mint
an aromatic or spicy dish served at the end of dinner or as an hors d'oeuvre
pleasing to the sense of taste
From the mint family, savory is an herb with a flavor similar to thyme and sage The word savory may also mean a dish which is piquant (rather than sweet) in flavor
having an agreeably pungent taste
either of two aromatic herbs of the mint family
savorly
satureja
savoriness
The property of being savory
savoriness
{i} tastiness, state of having a pleasant flavor; pleasantness, agreeableness
savoriness
The quality of being savory
savoriness
having an appetizing flavor
savoury
British spelling of savory
savoury
pleasing to the sense of taste
savoury
Savouries are small items of savoury food that are usually eaten as a snack, for example with alcoholic drinks at a party or before a meal. savouries a small piece of food with a salty taste that is served at a party
savoury
{s} tasty, having a pleasant flavor; fragrant, having a pleasant odor; appetizing; agreeable, pleasant; spicy, piquant
savoury
an aromatic or spicy dish served at the end of dinner or as an hors d'oeuvre
savoury
sa·voury savouries in AM, use savory1. Savoury food has a salty or spicy flavour rather than a sweet one. Italian cooking is best known for savoury dishes
savoury
{i} spicy dish served as hors d'oeuvre or at the end of dinner; one of two aromatic herbs of the mint family; extremely small aromatic shrub of Mediterranean areas
savoury
either of two aromatic herbs of the mint family
savoury
having an agreeably pungent taste
savoury
morally respectable or inoffensive; "a past that was scarcely savory"
summer savory
herb with delicately flavored leaves with many uses erect annual herb with oval leaves and pink flowers; used to flavor e
summer savory
meats or soups or salads; southeastern Europe and naturalized elsewhere
winter savory
resinous leaves used in stews and stuffings and meat loaf erect perennial subshrub having pink or white flowers and leathery leaves with a flavor of thyme; southern Europe
savory
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