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Chervil Recipes

Chervil is an annual herb with delicate flavor. Related to parsley, chervil has a very mild flavor similar to anise. Often used in French cuisine and gourmet dishes, chervil is used to enhance seafood, poultry, salads and omelettes.
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Shrimp and Pineapple Salad with Mauna Lau Dressing

Image taken from the movie "Invaders"

Canned pineapple tidbits can be used in place of fresh. If you go this route, be sure to reserve the juices in the dressing.

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Mixed Herb Salad with Toasted Mixed Seeds

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This simple salad is the perfect antidote to a rich. heavy meal, as it contains fresh herbs that can ease the digestion. Balsamic vinegar adds a rich. sweet taste to the dressing, but red or white

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Mixed Green Leaf and Fresh Herb Salad

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This flavorful salad makes an ideal side dish that goes well with meat and fish. You could turn it into a more substantial dish for a light lunch by adding some cooked asparagus tips and pitted gr

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Orange Cake (Potato Based)

Image taken from the movie "Invaders"

This cake is light, soft, and airy. I suggest a dusting of confectioners' sugar or a simple glaze of confectioners' sugar blended with orange juice to top the cake.

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Crab Cakes with Avocado Salsa

Image taken from the movie "Invaders"

The great tasting avacado salsa really adds to these traditional, fried crab cakes.

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The great tasting avacado salsa really adds to these traditional, fried crab cakes...

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This flavorful salad makes an ideal side dish that goes well with meat and fish. ...

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This simple salad is the perfect antidote to a rich. heavy meal, as it contains fr...

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I was served this fantastic soup at an equally fantastic reunion.  It is a medley...

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