HOW TO APPRECIATE THE TASTE OF FOOD IN ENGLISH
Myself a big foodie, how about you? Well, learning to appreciate good things is so much so essential.
That too, something like food which we depend on almost everyday needs to be appreciated.
Have you stayed calm all the while not really appreciating the taste of your favourite foods that we enjoy, just because you do not know proper words or good English to do it. But then let me help you out of your tiny struggle. Here I share a little bit of stuff as to how you can appreciate it. Let your mom be the first you could appreciate, for her food is the most delicious no matter what.
* It’s so-so.
Did you hear it right. When you find that food tastes just ok or manageable tasting very moderate then you could say this.
* It’s novel.
You must have heard this stuff when judges of cooking shows appreciate the work and dishes of it’s contestants. This means the food is just great.
* It’s ultimate.
This could be used to appreciate the food taste when it is at it’s best
* It tastes heaven/heavenly.
Many of us enjoy desserts or sweets, well you could use this to commonly appreciate taste but yet it could be used specific for extremely delicious desserts, sweets, ice-creams and so on…..
* One basic expression you could use is you can say
The food tasted great.
This is a very common and fundamental way to praise food.
* It is top-notch.
When you find that food tastes just divine and that perfectly yum as you expect then you could use this one. A perfectly made dish really deserves this praise.
* The food is just unbelievable.
Extraordinary tasting food could be appreciated this way.
* It’s so flavourful.
When the food is very aromatic or sweet smelling you could say flavourful.
* It’s addicting.
When the food makes you crave for more and more then you could use this.
Now, how do you convey that food is not tasting good or it is really bad.
* The food is just horrible.
* The food was yucky.
When the food doesn’t look appetizing or likeable and moreover it tastes very poor, unfit to consume you could use this.
* The food isn’t good actually.
* It’s flavourless, it’s bland.
* The food is not that good.
* The food tastes likes hell.
* The food tastes sickening.
* I shall rather skip my food today.
* It isn’t tasting good.
You could also be quite specific when you appreciate taste say, you could mention it specifically as it is too sugary, salty, spicy, oily, bitter, crispy, sour. I guess these are not very elegant terms to use when somebody has prepared food out of love and hard work. To convey this according to the need, it has to be meticulously be used without an intention of hurting the person.