Definition of Flavorer
1. Noun. Something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts.
Specialized synonyms: Cola Extract, Anchovy Paste, Bouillon Cube, Condiment, Herb, Spice, Peppermint Oil, Spearmint Oil, Lemon Oil, Oil Of Wintergreen, Wintergreen Oil, Common Salt, Salt, Table Salt, Celery Salt, Garlic Salt, Onion Salt, Seasoned Salt, Sour Salt, Ginger, Gingerroot, Pepper, Peppercorn, Sassafras, Coriander, Coriander Seed, Fennel Seed, Fenugreek, Fenugreek Seed, Ail, Garlic, Garlic Chive, Mustard Seed, Nasturtium, Turmeric, Cardamom, Cardamon, Cardamum, Cayenne, Cayenne Pepper, Red Pepper, Chili Powder, Curry Powder, Paprika, Angelica, Almond Extract, Anise, Anise Seed, Aniseed, Juniper Berries, Saffron, Benniseed, Sesame Seed, Caraway Seed, Poppy Seed, Dill Seed, Celery Seed, Lemon Extract, Monosodium Glutamate, Msg, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla, Vanilla Extract, Sweetener, Sweetening, Mocha, Cassareep
Generic synonyms: Fixings, Ingredient
Derivative terms: Flavor, Flavor, Flavour, Flavour, Season, Season
Definition of Flavorer
1. one that flavors [n -S] - See also: flavors
Lexicographical Neighbors of Flavorer
Literary usage of Flavorer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Synopsis of the course of lectures on materia medica and pharmacy: Delivered by Joseph Carson (1855)
"OLEUM ANISI, US Used as a flavorer. Dose of oil, gtt. ij to v. • STAK ANISE, the seeds of the ... Uses; as a flavorer. Dose, f3j. ROSMARINUS, US Rosemary. ..."
2. Mrs. Norton's Cook-book: Selecting, Cooking, and Serving for the Home Table by Jeanette Young Norton (1917)
"The leek is used almost entirely as the soup and stew flavorer; garlic is used most sparingly, as it requires only a trifle to strongly flavor anything with ..."
3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1889)
"First, as a nutrient; and, second, as a mere stimulant and flavorer. It is in the first category that it has been placed by a large number of the profession ..."
4. The New-England Magazine by Joseph Tinker Buckingham, Edwin Buckingham, Samuel Gridley Howe, John Osborne Sargent, Park Benjamin (1833)
"... or who should discover, in the mould of our forests, that most boasted of all European condiments—that matchless and priceless flavorer of soups, ..."
5. The World's Food Resources by Joseph Russell Smith (1919)
"of the value of meat as a stimulant and flavorer. Salt pork is savory, and a little of it is the life of a meal made up largely of corn bread and potatoes, ..."
6. Practical Cooking and Serving: A Complete Manual of how to Select, Prepare by Janet McKenzie Hill (1902)
"It is often combined with almonds, giving what is called "burnt almond" flavor. Coffee, extract or, better still, fresh made coffee, is a common flavorer ..."