750 Word Descriptive Essay About Food

Characters have to eat, right? Well, here is a list of 450 words you can use when food is present in  your story. If you think of some others and I will add them to the list.

NOTE: English spellings and expressions.

Acid
Acidic
Acrid
Airy
A la carte
A la king
A la mode
Alcoholic
Al dente
Almond flavored
Ambrosial
Appetizing
Aroma
Aromatic
Au fromage
Au gratin
Au jus
Balsamic
Barbecue
Battered
Béarnaise
Bite-size
Biting
Bitter
Blackened
Blah
Blanched
Bland
Blended
Boiled
Bold
Bolognese
Boned
Brackish
Braised
Brewed
Briny
Brittle
Broiled
Browned
Bubbly
Burning
Bursting
Buttercream
Butterflied
Buttery
Cacciatore
Cakey
Candied
Canned
Caramelized
Caustic
Chalky
Charcuterie
Charred
Cheesy
Chewy
Chili
Chilled
Chipotle
Chocolaty
Chopped
Chowder
Clarified
Classical
Comfort Food
Condensed
Condiment
Course
Creamed
Creamery
Creamy
Creole
Crisscrossed
Crispy
Crumbly
Crunchy
Crusty
Crystalized
Cuisine
Curd
Curdled
Cured
Curried
Dash
Decadent
Deglaze
Dehyrated
Delectable
Delicious
Delightful
Dense
Devein
Deviled
Dietary
Diluted
Dipping
Disagreeable
Disgusting
Distasteful
Distinctive
Divine
Doughy
Dredged
Drenched
Dripping
Dried out
Drizzled
Dry
Dry-Roasted
Dull
Dusted
Earthy
Eatable
Edible
Enjoyable
Enticing
Entrée
Escalloped
Etouffee
Evaporated
Exquisite
Fatty
Fermented
Fine
Finger Licking Good
Fibrous
Filled
Filling
Fiery
Fishy
Fizzy
Flakey
Flambé
Flavorless
Flavorful
Flavorsome
Florentine
Floury
Fluffy
Foie gras
Folded
Fondant
Foul
Fra diablo
Fragrant
Feathery
Fresh
Freeze dried
Fricasseed
Fried
Frosty
Frozen
Fruity
Fudgy
Full-bodied
Full-flavored
Gamy
Garlicky
Garnish
Gastric
Gingery
Glazed
Glopy
Glossy
Gluteny
Golden
Good
Gooey
Gourmet
Grainy
Granulated
Grated
Gratifying
Greasy
Griddled
Grilled
Gritty
Gross
Hardboiled
Heady
Heat
Heavy
Healthy
Hearty
Heavenly
Herbaceous
Hint
Homogenized
Honeyed
Hors d’oeuvre
Hot
Hot Sauce
Icy
Infused
Intense
Inviting
Jiggly
Juicy
Julienne
Kick
Kneaded
Kosher
Laced
Laden
Laiche
Layered
Lemony
Light
Limp
Lip-smacking
Liquid
Low-Fat
Lumpy
Luscious
Lusty
Lyonnaise
Malodorous
Malted
Marinate
Marvelous
Mashed
Mealy
Medium
Mellow
Melting
Messy
Microwave
Mild
Milky
Minced
Minty
Mixed
Mixture
Moist
Moldy
Morsel
mouth-watering
Muddy
Mushy
Nasty
Natural
Nauseating
Nectarous
Nosey
Nourishing
Noxious
Nuked
Nutriment
Nutritious
Nutty
Odoriferous
Odorless
Orgasmically-delicious
Oily
Oniony
Oozing
Organic
Overpowering
Packed
Palatable
Pan-fried
Paprika
Parboiled
Parched
Parfait
Pasteurized
Pasty
Pâté
Peanut butter
Peck
Penetrating
Peppered
Peppery
Perfumed
Perishable
Piccata
Pickled
Piping
Piquant
Pleasant
Plump
Powdered
Powdery
Potent
Pouched
Preserved
Puffy
Pulp
Pulverized
Pungent
Puréed
Ragout
Rancid
Rank
Rare
Raw
Redolent
Reduced
Reeking
Refrigerated
Refreshing
Relish
Rich
Rib Sticking
Ripe
Roasted
Robust
Rolled
Rotten
Roux
Ruined
Runny
Saline
Salted
Salty
Saturated
Sapid
Saporous
Sauté
Savory
Scalded
Scented
Scorched
Scrambled
Scrumptious
Seared
Seasoned
Sharp
Shredded
Sizzling
Simmering
Skimmed
Skunky
Slathered
Sliced
Slimy
Slippery
Slivered
Smelly
Smokey
Smooth
Smothered
Snappy
Snappy
Soaked
Sodden
Soft
soft-boiled
Soggy
Solid
Solidify
Sordid
Soufflé
Soupy
Sour
Sparkling
Spicy
Spirited
Spoiled
Spongy
Spread
Sprinkled
Spritzed
Stale
Starchy
Steamy
Stewed
Sticky
Stiff
Stinging
Stringy
Stinky
Strong
Stuffed
Subdued
Succulent
Sunnyside up
sugar-coated
Sugary
Sweet
Sweet and Sour
Syrupy
Tainted
Tangy
Tantalizing
Tart
Tasteless
Tasty
Tempting
Tender
Tepid
Texture
Thick
Titillating
Toasted
Toothsome
Tough
Tumaceous
Umami
Unsavory
Vanilla
Velvety
Vicious
Vinegary
Warm
Watery
Well-done
Wet
Whey
Whipped
Wholesome
Wild
Wilted
Wrapped
Yucky
Yummy
Zest
Zestful
Zesty
Zippy

I know there are more. Let me know.

Kathy
http://www.kathytemean.comn

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Today, there are many delicious foods easily available. I sometime wonder how life was in the ancient past when they did not have ease of access to food as we do today.

However, though I can find food of all kinds in our stores there are foods that stand out as my favorite.

I easily walk past the pizzas, the fluffy pasties, pies, and cream cakes. But when I sit in the restaurant and see the words oxtail stew, with creamed spinach and potatoes I positively drool.

The Waitron places the crispy warm bread rolls beside me on a white plate. In front of me were yellow balls of butter. Next, she placed in front of me a bowl of creamed spinach, dark green finely cut with the white cream and steam coming from it advertising it was freshly cooked. I inhaled the warm aroma unique to spinach. Beside it was a bowl with smooth white mashed potato. Rich creamy smooth and firm from the butter and milk that had been beaten into it to add to its flavor and smooth texture.

Then came the bowl full of oxtail stew. Its rich dark brown color was set off by the white bowl it was in. The gravy was thick and rich. I could smell the aroma of beef, garlic, and herbs and spices drifting up from it into my nose. My mouth watered in anticipation.

Now I took the silver spoon and dipped it into the bowl of potato. It smoothly penetrated the firm fluffy white mound. I lifted the spoon and turned it over on my plate depositing a mound of potato. I repeated this 3 times. Then using another spoon I scooped up spinach dripping white sauce and put it on the plate beside the potato. The dark green Spinach was hot, the white Sauce melted and it contrasted with the creamy potato. Now after a second helping of spinach I took another larger spoon. I dipped it into the rich brown stew and stirred it. Then I scooped up a chunky slice of oxtail. Several other pieces followed that one onto my plate, the rich brown meat, contrasting with the dark green spinach and creamy white potato. The succulent meat gleaming with a coating of rich gravy and the aroma of gravy, garlic spinach and potato blending in the steam rising from my plate. I scooped up gravy from the bowl and trickled it over the white potato catching the scent of red wine. I broke the roll and spread butter on it and I was ready to eat.

Now the decision where to start, so I bit into the fresh crisp roll and tasted its warm soft texture and the melting butter. By then I had decided to sample the potato with gravy and the spinach. The potato was smooth, with a taste of butter over powered with the tangy gravy, its garlic and hint of good red wine in it. The spinach was a good foil. Smooth with its vegetable texture and plain white sauce it softened the taste of the gravy. Then I used my fork and removed the succulent meat from the bone. Its soft texture, fatty feeling in the mouth, the spice wine and garlic in the gravy made it perfect. So I sat contented at my table eating as much as I could, and more than I should of my favorite food.

Tips on writing a descriptive essay about your favorite food:

  1. This essay form is personal. It describes your personal experience and view on your favorite food.
  2. The goal is to create a vivid picture in the reader’s imagination.
  3. Brainstorm by using your power of observation and make notes.
  4. Carefully choose descriptive words that bring out a vivid picture of what you describe – in this case – your favorite food.
  5. Ensure you apply all your senses. The reader must be brought into the picture in his imagination. If you use words such as hot, cold, warm, dark, light, sunshine, fragrant, and the like.
  6. Describe, where you can, your emotions and feelings. Most of the readers will identify and connect with emotion.
  7. Do not lose your focus and make sure you organize your paper correctly.

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