- St John, restaurant review: Fergus Henderson's temple of gastronomy is his
- Here's another: beetroot, red cabbage, chervil and crème fraîche (£8), a happy marriage of colours, flavours and textures; sloppy, gelatinous bone marrow served on toast, drowning in butter and with fresh parsley salad to cut through the grease (£8.
- Green salad with buttermilk dressing
- Drain and rinse under cold water, then transfer to a big bowl. Add the cucumber and fennel and toss. Arrange the green vegetables on a serving plate, spoon over the dressing and scatter with parsley, chives, chervil and chopped fennel fronds.
- Spring Fling officially kicks off Memphis gardening season
- I remember someone asking me why his chervil looked great in early spring and then died as soon as it got hot. My answer was a good news/bad news response. He hadn't done anything wrong, and nothing he could do would produce more of the tasty ...
- Cookbook review: A visit to 'My Paris Kitchen'
- First courses include Fennel, radish, orange and crab salad; Leeks with mustard-bacon vinaigrette; Hard-cooked eggs with chervil mayonnaise, and a variety of salads and soups.
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