An annual Eurasian natural herb (Anthriscus cerefolium) in parsley household, having fragrant leaves.
The leaves of the plant used as a seasoning or garnish.
any one of several relevant flowers, such as those of the genus Chaerophyllum.
A leafy herb, Anthriscus cerefolium, resembling parsley.
leaves from plant, made use of as an herb in cooking, which may have a mild taste of anise.
A plant (Anthriscus cerefolium) with pinnately split fragrant leaves, which several curled varieties are used in soups and salads.
A garden pot-herb, Anthriscus Cerefolium, associated with the normal purchase Umbelliferœ. The bur or hemlock chervil is A. vulgaris; the crazy or cow chervil, A. sylvestris. Both are natives of Europe.
A name of some other flowers various genera.
fresh ferny parsley-like leaves made use of as a garnish with chicken and veal and omelets and green salads and spinach
aromatic annual Old World herb cultivated because of its finely separated and frequently curly leaves to be used particularly in soups and salads