The Herb of the Year
The Yiddish word for this kind of parsley is petrishke, and this word figures in the common expression "hefker petrishke" or "anything goes." Translated literally, this phrase would mean "stray parsley" or "wanton parsley."
I hope you will no longer have to live without some of my most beloved parsley-centric recipes. Keep your wanton parsley from going astray with:
Persian Herb Pie
Dill and Chard Frittata
I really like dill too. This dill-scented soup uses parsley root, a neglected but deeply satisfying vegetable.
And if you read Yiddish, try this amazing Spinach and Herb Cake (Translation pending).
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