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Old 09-09-2005, 10:38 AM   #11
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I like the flat leave parsley better and that's what I use most often.
Well that's good to know that flat leaf parsley is available elsewhere!! also kabana&cheese told me it can be found in downunder, too they are really good stuff the flavour is much more intense and aromatic than the other type of parsley I use it in many dishes!! For those who hasn't tried it and think that parsleys are only for garnish, believe me and try it!!
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Old 09-09-2005, 07:40 PM   #12
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Well that's good to know that flat leaf parsley is available elsewhere!! also kabana&cheese told me it can be found in downunder, too they are really good stuff the flavour is much more intense and aromatic than the other type of parsley I use it in many dishes!! For those who hasn't tried it and think that parsleys are only for garnish, believe me and try it!!
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licia, yes I can get flat leave parsley in my supermarket in orlando and also at the home depot (I like to have my herbs planted in little irden pots) and in Germany it actually grows in my parents backyard
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May be a little OT but we used our flat leafed parsley today in a casserole/stew made with beef pieces, tomato paste, carrots, sour cream, tiny onions, garlic and it was very nice with a mash made of parsnip, potato and butter and milk. The flavours blended very well.
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Old 09-10-2005, 07:35 AM   #14
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My 15 year old daughter made salsa last night with cherry peppers she grew this summer - they are HOT!! - and she added 1/4 the quantity of tabouleh to the salsa, it was delicious and I would never have thought to do that!

She made 2 cups in total, of which 1/2 a cup was tabouleh... why are we not as adventurous as our teens can be?
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Old 09-10-2005, 08:04 AM   #15
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My 14 year old son is always good with inventing things to do with food. There is chili in some hummus so I guess it is quite logical, well done.
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id just like to say holy cow, i think thats way too much cracked wheat, i mean 2 cups for 2 cups of parsly ??? is that after the mixing with water or after, i only just use about a 1/4 amount of wheat to parsley but it really does depend on how much your making
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