Something which creates or whets an appetite.
Any food or beverage served before the meal. It is often coordinated with the entree to stimulate the appetite.
An herb or substance that excites or increases the appetite. (Syn: Digestive)
Any small, bite-size food served before a meal to whet and excite the palate. Used synonymously with the term Hors d' Oeuvres, though this term more aptly describes finger food, whereas appetizer can also apply to a first course served at table.
Frequently referred to as the "First Course." These usually consist of small portions of cold or hot foods which are intended to set the digestive fluids to their duties and in doing so whet the appetite for the other courses to come.
food or drink to stimulate the appetite (usually served before a meal or as the first course)
a finger food served before a meal to stimulate the appetite and to excite the palate
a food or drink served usually before a meal to stimulate the appetite
a small taste of something to make you crave for the main meal
A small first course dish that is presented before the entree. Some guests mistake appetizers for entrees.
a food or drink that stimulates the desire to eat and is usually served before a meal.
A small dish served at the beginning of the meal, to inspire the appetite, such as a salad, egg roll, crab cakes, or buffalo wings.
entrée, starter, appetizer
is the tidbit, snack, starter, hors d'oeuvre, finger food, dip, cold cuts, kickshaw, olives, anchovies - canapés, dim sum, aperitif, rollmops, antipasto, crudités we might have to open a meal.
a small serving of food or beverage served before or as the first course of a meal.