This is the last topic in the sense series, and my favorite. But, remember that though we often relate the sense of taste to food, it can encompass much more. Skin, blood, paper, glue, exhaust, cigarette smoke, a kiss, tears, lip gloss, etc. Don't limit yourself by only describing food and drink.
- Describing Food by World Food & Wine
- Using the Senses in Fiction: Taste by Dorothy Love
- Story Elements: The Sense of Taste by The Writing Place
- List of Words That Describe Taste by Today's Words...As They Spill
- How To Describe Flavor by Forme of Cury
- How To Describe Aroma and Flavor by Spicelines
- Descriptive Words for Taste by Descriptive Words.com