This delicate lacy looking plant resembles the leafy green tops of carrots, the Easter bunny would be happy about that, or is it the flavour of Chervil, the hint of parsley and anise that is similar to the fragrance of the resin Myrrh which was one of the gifts to baby Jesus from the three wise men. In Europe Chervil sprouts to life in Spring and symbolises new life. Bowls of soup made from chervil are traditionally served on Holy Thursday.
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Here is a simple soup recipe for you to try.
CREAM OF CHERVIL SOUP
We have an abundance of lemon grass at the moment, and the weather is so hot that I thought I would make some lemon grass cooler, a refreshing drink and easy to make.