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In the food context, a course refers to a particular stage or part of a meal, with each course typically consisting of one or more dishes that are served together. The number and types of courses can vary depending on the meal and the cultural or regional traditions of the cuisine.

Here are some examples of courses and similar things:

  1. Appetizer course: a small dish served at the beginning of a meal to stimulate the appetite, such as a soup, salad, or hors d'oeuvre.
  2. Main course: the central and usually largest course of a meal, typically featuring a protein (such as meat, fish, or tofu) and one or more side dishes.
  3. Dessert course: a sweet dish served at the end of a meal, such as cake, pie, ice cream, or fruit.
  4. Cheese course: a course featuring a selection of cheeses, often served with crackers, bread, and fruit.
  5. Intermezzo course: a palate-cleansing course served between the main course and dessert, typically featuring a sorbet or other light, refreshing dish.
  6. Soup course: a course featuring a hot or cold soup, often served at the beginning of a meal.
  7. Fish course: a course featuring a fish dish, often served before the main course.
  8. Salad course: a course featuring a salad or other light, vegetable-based dish, often served before or alongside the main course.

Overall, courses and similar things are used to structure and organize a meal, with each course serving a specific purpose and contributing to the overall dining experience. The number and types of courses can vary depending on the occasion, the cuisine, and the preferences of the diners.


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