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chives

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BAKED POTATOES WITH SOUR CREAM, SPRINGWATER TUNA & CHIVES
5 Arrange the latkes on a serving dish, scatter over the extra chives and serve with a bowl of fat-free natural yogurt on the side.
Some are shortlived and need successional sowing through the season, including basil, coriander and parsley, while others will survive for a long time in a pot, such as marjoram, mint, chives, sage and thyme.
Mix the soft cheese with the milk and remaining chives or parsley.
Garnish with lobster coral, fleur de sel, pepper and chives.
So scientists examined the antibacterial activity of chives against several strains of E.
Balance acid with the creamy element, she recommends, and perk up dressings with fresh herbs such as cilantro, chives, parsley, basil or mint.
There are two savoury variants--Chives, with chive crackers, reduced fat chive Philadelphia and a tomato chutney dip; and Nachos, which consists of nachos, reduced fat Philadelphia and a mild salsa dip (rsp: 1.
A REVITALISED Chives returns to Haydock today bidding to advance his Grand National credentials and underline the merit of following one of the most rewarding betting strategies over jumps, writes Jon Lees.
cognac (optional) extra cream for garnish (optional) extra chopped chives for garnish (optional) Cut pepper in half, remove seeds and roast under broiler until blackened.
The most delicately flavored member of the onion family, chives have been hardy garden plants and tasty kitchen staples for more than 5,000 years.
Whenever I think of spring and the beginning of our outdoor herb growing season here at Timberlakes (mid-April to early May) my favorite perennial comes to mind: chives.