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Fines herbes

A staple of French cooking, fines herbes are a blend of fresh finely minced parsley, chives, tarragon and chervil. Fines herbes (no not a typo) are typically added at the end of the cooking process or dusted over the final product to preserve their flavor. Use fines herbes in eggs, soups, salads, potatoes and poultry dishes.

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I use fines herbes in a simple green salad when I don't want to detract from my main course with a lot of salad ingredients. Simple butter lettuce salad with fines herbes and walnut oil dressing is delicious, elegant and understated. I could eat this salad every day! 

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