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Another beauty, Max. Those colors are great.
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Actually its Coriander.
Actually it's not. The leaves, which slightly resemble parsley. are generally referred to as cilantro. The dried seeds as coriander. We're talking about the former here.

The leaves are called coriander in british-english and french.
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The leaves are called coriander in british-english and french.
And Koriander in German (and Koriandersamen/Koriandersaat for the seeds, Korianderwurzeln for the roots).
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The leaves are called coriander in british-english and french.

I thought you speak Left Coast English biggrin.gif
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And Koriander in German (and Koriandersamen/Koriandersaat for the seeds, Korianderwurzeln for the roots).

Unless you but it at farmers markets here in Oz you never get the plant with roots attached. There cut off and used in variety of commercial cooking pastes.

Last night slow roasted oven tomatoes pushed though a mouli, roasted red peppers blended mixed with rosemary, parsley, garlic and oregano for the sauce on goats chevre and ricotta gnocchi with a bitter green salad. Washed down with a 2012 The Laughing Magpie Shiraz Viongner.
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Another beauty, Max. Those colors are great.

Thanks!
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Artichoke, green bean and peach salad
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Stuffed swiss chard
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Stuffed with?

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Their stems, as well as mushrooms, onions, a reduced mushroom jus, egg yolk, olive oil and parsley. The sauce is caramelized celery root, onion, tomato, garlic, parsley stems, white wine and mushroom stock.
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Max, you've been very veggie-ful lately.
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Max, you've been very veggie-ful lately.

Beach season.
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