- n.盘; 餐具; 一盘食物; 外貌有吸引力的人;
- 复数: dishes;
They helped themselves from a large dish of pasta.
May I suggest a white wine with this dish, Sir?
These mushrooms would make a delicious side dish.
Put the milk in a shallow dish.
Prepare the souffle dish before making up the souffle mixture.
You can taste the chilli in the dish but it is a little sweet.
He's a big man and he's prepared to dish it out if he has to.
This dish is best served cold.
Pile potatoes into a warm serving dish.
This simple chicken dish costs less than £1 a head.
The dish is too shallow to serve soup in.
He sat down to a great dish of macaroni.
I forgot to salt the dish.
The waiter brought on the next dish.
She mended a broken dish with glue.
The journalists like to dish the dirt about television stars.
Yesterday we ate prawn dish for lunch.
The main dish is a fried steak.
Serve the dish garnished with wedges of lime.
The dish smashed ( up ) on the floor.
The dish is not bad. It makes my head swim.
For one agonizing moment, the dish was perched precariously on the bank of the canal, but It'suddenly overbalanced and slid back into the water.
在令人坐卧不安的一瞬间, 馅饼盘悬悬乎乎地停在运河岸边, 然而它突然失去了平衡,滑回水中.
You put too much salt in this dish.
This dish is much too salty.
This dish tastes good.
This dish smells of garlic.
This dish is not salty enough.
Physics is my dish.
No dish suits all tastes.
This dish goes well with rice.
In Japan,once when I was in the studio audience of a TV cooking show, I was asked to go up on the stage and taste the beef dish that was being prepared and tell what I thought.
Pick dishes of the right size.
And now, most of the British public is familiar even with the extremes of Heston BlumenthaPs molecular gastronomy, a form of cooking that employs scientific methods to create the perfect dish.
Bell peppers stuffed with couscous, alongside ratatouille, is a very popular dish
Hong Kong diners are extremely responsive to new ideas or presentations, which is good news for new dishes.
Some restaurants are modifying the recipes (菜谱) of British dishes to breathe new life into the classics, while others are using better quality ingredients but remaining true to British traditions and tastes
Matthew Hill, senior manager at the two-year-old SoHo restaurant Yorkshire Pudding, also uses better ingredients as a means of improving dishes.
These traditional dishes include fish and chips, steak and kidney pie and large pieces of roasted meats
Although the ingredients may not strike diners as being traditional, they can be found in dishes across Britain.
Small dishes, shared meals and "mixing it up" is not something commonly done in Britain, but Yorkshire Pudding will bring full dishes to the table and offer individual plates for each diner
That way, people still get the presentation of the dishes as they were designed, but can carve them up however they like," Hill says.
The return of home-style dishes
While using quality ingredients, David Tamlyn insists that the dishes should be offered at reasonable prices .
The Phoenix in Mid-Levels may not use British ingredients, but presents its dishes in a British way
Yorkshire Pudding is a restaurant which will bring full dishes to the table but offer plates to those diners who would like to share their meals.
Her household bills piled up, along with the dishes and dirty laundry, but it took near-constant complaints from her four daughters before she realized she had a problem.
Among other requirements, they must offer a side dish that meets similar criteria, with fewer than 200 calories and less than 35%of its calories from sugar.
What does the man say about the dish?
Demand a discount on the dishes ordered.
1. a piece of dishware normally used as a container for holding or serving food;
"we gave them a set of dishes for a wedding present"
2. a particular item of prepared food;
"she prepared a special dish for dinner"
3. the quantity that a dish will hold;
"they served me a dish of rice"
4. a very attractive or seductive looking woman
5. directional antenna consisting of a parabolic reflector for microwave or radio frequency radiation
6. an activity that you like or at which you are superior;
"chemistry is not my cup of tea"
"his bag now is learning to play golf"
"marriage was scarcely his dish"
1. provide (usually but not necessarily food);
"We serve meals for the homeless"
"She dished out the soup at 8 P.M."
"The entertainers served up a lively show"
2. make concave; shape like a dish
dish the dirt
(informal)reveal or spread scandalous informationor gossip
To give out; dispense freely
likes to dish out advice.