(Cooking) a small piece of food for tasting, typically given away for free
A small portion of a tasty food served as an appetizer before a meal or as at a cocktail party
Any single dish in such an assortment, or one such dish served alone
Any of certain wines flavored with herbs and other substances, used as a cocktail ingredient or drunk before meals
A choice food
(Archaic) The flavor of a food, especially when appetizing.
The definition of a tidbit is a small taste or morsel of something, such as food or information.
A desire for snacks
A dish of raw leafy green vegetables, often tossed with pieces of other raw or cooked vegetables, fruit, cheese, or other ingredients and served with a dressing.
A flavorful seasoning or relish served as an accompaniment to food, especially a liquid dressing or topping for food.
In England and Canada, a small, highly seasoned portion of food served at the end of a meal or as an appetizer
A hurried or light meal.
(Slang) An attention-getting vignette or highlight, as one presented before the start of a television show.
The outermost, colored portion of the peel of a citrus fruit used, often in fine shreds, as flavoring
A pure culture used to start fermentation of cream, etc.
An appetizer served at the beginning of a meal, as fruit juice, tomato juice, diced fruits, or seafood with a sharp sauce
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