Image from page 156 of "The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics" (1896)
Publisher: Boston : Boston Cooking-School Magazine
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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osupply a recipe for this sauce. A Teaspoon of Fine Herbs By fine herbs is meant a mixtureof fine-chopped tarragon, parsley, cher-vil, shallots, chives, basil and mush-rooms, simmered or sweated (cookedslowly in a covered dish) in a little oil,butter or other fat. Fine Herbs Ome-let is the usual French omelet, to whichthe prepared herbs are added beforecooking. Fine Herbs Sauce is an Es-pagnole sauce, to which the preparedherbs are added. Romaine, Escarole and Chervil Romaine is the name given to avariety of straight-leaved lettuce; theinner leaves are usually blanched bytying up the mass of leaves. Escaroleis a variety of salad plant, quitesimilar to romaine and endive, but ismore thoroughly blanched than eitherof the former. In appearance it issimilar to a short head of celery, butwithout the green tips seen on celery.Chervil is an aromatic herb much usedon the Continent of Europe in soupsand sauces. It is one of the herbs thatforms the combination known as fineherbs. ADVERTISEMENTS
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