How do you praise someone for good food?
If you want to compliment your host, you can say: The lunch was outstanding! We had a great time, thank you.
To acknowledge a good meal and comment on the taste of the food, you can say:
- What a fantastic meal!
- We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
- That was a delicious meal.
- It was a very satisfying meal.
How do you appreciate a chef?
We would like to thank you very much for the wonderful food and the excellent services you provided on my anniversary party! It was a real pleasure working with you and I will recommend you to anyone. Best regards. Thank you so much for the delicious food that you cooked for us on our family holiday in Bar Sur Loup.
How do you express delicious food?
Delicious meals are tasty, appetizing, scrumptious, yummy, luscious, delectable, mouth-watering, fit for a king, delightful, lovely, wonderful, pleasant, enjoyable, appealing, enchanting, charming. You wouldn’t call delicious that what is tasteless or unpleasant.
How would you describe a good chef?
Passion: A great chef has to be passionate about food and cooking. They have to genuinely enjoy the whole process of procuring, preparing, cooking and serving food and have to be able to design menus too. Stamina: An essential quality of a true chef is stamina.
What do you call a good cook?
adjective. a gourmet cook is someone who can make very good food.
How do you describe cooking?
Cooking, cookery, or culinary arts is the art, science, and craft of using heat to prepare food for consumption. Cooking techniques and ingredients vary widely, from grilling food over an open fire to using electric stoves, to baking in various types of ovens, reflecting local conditions.
How do you describe good taste?
Flavorsome indicates good tasting, full of flavor, specifically pleasant flavor; implying delicious, tasty, appetizing, scrumptious, yummy, juicy, succulent, heavenly, inviting, luscious, mouthwatering, palatable, saporous, savory; may be divine, toothsome, and tempting.
What is another word for yummy?
Synonyms & Antonyms of yummy