These slightly bitter flavors add an aromatic complexity to an already rich and decadent dessert.
It's a straightforward recipe that is absolutely perfect for right now, when tomatoes are at their juiciest and most aromatic.
Let that aromatic blend of fresh garlic and basil tickle your nose.
Also happy to get some fresh air (and a huge, aromatic cigar at a safe distance from the barn).
Frank Bruni appears fed up as well—he recently tweeted his frustration over a bowl of nuts doused with the aromatic ingredient.
A little boy, dressed from head to foot in white, threw into it handfuls of aromatic powders.
The aromatic fragrance is strongest in the bark of the roots.
The odor and flavor of cheese are due to workings of bacteria which result in the production of aromatic compounds.
About noon, after taking an aromatic bath, I went to call on Mdlle.
The smell of the sage brush, pungent and aromatic, is in my nostrils from day to day.
c.1400, aromatyk, from Middle French aromatique (14c.), from Latin aromaticus, from Greek aromatikos, from aroma (genitive aromatos) "seasoning, sweet spice," of unknown origin.
aromatic ar·o·mat·ic (ār'ə-māt'ĭk)
Having an agreeable, somewhat pungent, spicy odor.
Of, relating to, or containing one or more six-carbon rings characteristic of the benzene series and related organic groups.
Relating to an organic compound containing at least one benzene ring or similar ring-shaped component. Naphthalene and TNT are aromatic compounds. Compare aliphatic.