Food that Starts with G

Starting with GA
  1. galantine
  2. galliano
  3. game
  4. gammon
  5. garambulla
  6. garbanzo
  7. garden pea
  8. garlic
  9. garlic chive
  10. garnish
  11. gastronomy
  12. gateau
  13. gazpacho

Starting with GE
  1. gelatin
  2. gem
  3. generic
  4. geneva
  5. genip
  6. genipap
  7. genipap fruit
  8. genoise

Starting with GH
  1. ghee
  2. gherkin

Starting with GI
  1. giblet
  2. gigot
  3. gimlet
  4. gin
  5. ginger
  6. gingerbread
  7. gingerroot
  8. gingersnap

Starting with GL
  1. glaze
  2. globe artichoke
  3. glogg
  4. gluten

Starting with GN
  1. gnocchi

Starting with GO
  1. goa bean
  2. gobbet
  3. golden gram
  4. goober
  5. goody
  6. goose
  7. gooseberry
  8. gorgonzola
  9. gouda
  10. goulash

Starting with GR
  1. graham
  2. grain
  3. granadilla
  4. granola
  5. grape
  6. grapefruit
  7. grappa
  8. grass
  9. grasshopper
  10. gravy
  11. green
  12. green bean
  13. green corn
  14. green gram
  15. green soy
  16. greengage
  17. greens
  18. grenadine
  19. griddlecake
  20. grinder
  21. grissino
  22. grist
  23. grits
  24. groats
  25. grog
  26. groundnut
  27. grouper
  28. grouse
  29. grub
  30. gruel
  31. gruyere

Starting with GU
  1. guacamole
  2. guava
  3. guinness
  4. gulyas
  5. gum
  6. gumbo
  7. gumdrop

Starting with GY
  1. gyro

Food that Starts with G

When you think of a food that starts with G you’d probably say grape, and when you think of stew you might say “goulash.” Keep reading to discover very original food names.


Fruits that start with G

Genip: round one-inch Caribbean fruit with green leathery skin and sweet juicy translucent pulp; eaten like grapes.

Genips grow in the Caribbean trees, and they are known by twenty different names.

Genipap: a succulent orange-sized tropical fruit with a thick rind.

– The Genipap fruit is native from Latin America, and people prefer to prepare beverages from it.


Granadilla: the egg-shaped edible fruit of tropical American vines related to passionflowers.

– The granadilla makes a delicious cake frosting.


Guanabana: large spiny tropical fruit with tart pulp related to custard apples.

– The guanabana or soursop is a cancer killer and a great measure to prevent it.


Guava: tropical fruit having yellow skin and pink pulp; eaten fresh or used for e.g. jellies.

Guavas are rich in vitamins A and C. Guava is a member of the myrtle family.


Meats that start with G

Gammon: hind portion of a side of bacon. Meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked).

– Today I will cook gammon glazed with honey and cranberry sauce.


Gobbet: a lump or chunk of raw meat.

– The gobbet is ready to go into the oven. Forty -five minutes later it will be ready to eat.


Gigot: lamb leg suitable for roasting.

– The gigot tastes delicious roasted with rosemary.


Goulash: a rich meat stew highly seasoned with paprika.

– It was a lot of preparation for the beef goulash but the result worth it. It was delicious.


Grouper: flesh of a saltwater fish similar to sea bass.

– The Bahamian food is rich in flavor that is the case of the baked grouper.



Vegetables that start with G

Garden pea: fresh pea.

-Lilly loves to pick fresh garden peas in her grandma’s farm and eat them raw.


Greens: any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables.

– The chef prepared sauteed greens as a side dish.


Green corn: corn that can be eaten as a vegetable while still young and soft.

Green corn has been grown in Mexico for centuries.


Garlic chives: large flat leaves used as chive is used.

Garlic Chives grow in clumps and are Native to China.


Garden egg: hairy upright herb native to southeastern Asia but widely cultivated for its large glossy edible fruit commonly used as a vegetable.

– The garden egg is known as a great source of vitamin B1.


Grains that start with G

Graham: flour made by grinding the entire wheat berry including the bran; (`whole meal flour’ is British usage).

– Mom used to prepare us graham crackers with peanut butter for lunch.


Gruel: a thin porridge (usually oatmeal or cornmeal).

Gruel is great to calm stomach upset and to alleviate nausea.


Grist: grain intended to be or that has been ground.

– The farmer grounded the grist and packed it. He will sell it at the farmer’s market.


Groats: the hulled and crushed grain of various cereals.

– Some people like to eat oat groats as breakfast cereal, but I prefer it as a side dish.