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Parsley

  • Moveable Feast

    Herb Salad with Pistachios and Raisins

    Sesame tahini adds a nutty, earthy flavor to this salad.

  • Recipe

    May Day Radish and Parsley Salad with Lemon and Ginger

    Pretty in pink and green, this bright little salad makes a festive addition to a spring lunch or brunch, especially one starring fish, shrimp, or crab. Crystallized ginger is the…

  • Recipe

    Fresh Charmoula

    Ask a Moroccan what charmoula is, and you’ll get a description of a lemony mixture of spices, garlic, and fresh herbs that’s used primarily to marinate or sauce fish. But…

  • Recipe

    Chimichurri Sauce for Beef Tenderloin

    Based on an Argentine sauce for grilled meats, this zingy condiment, originally developed to accompany a Sear-Roasted Beef Tenderloin, brightens up any wintertime roast.

  • Recipe

    Parsley-Walnut Sauce

    Don’t be afraid of the anchovy in this sauce; it’s there to deepen the flavor without adding a fishy taste. The sauce is great with Sear-Roasted Beef Tenderloin, and it's…

  • Article

    Peas and Love, Even if You Hate Mayo

    A fresh take on tuna salad for all you mayo-haters out there.

  • Recipe

    Fish Fillets Provençal

    For fresh fish with a French flare, try this simple and healthy recipe that combines the flavors of Provence with the perfectly balanced taste of Filippo Berio® Olive Oil.

  • Recipe

    Cooked Fresh Tomato Sauce

    This sauce goes well with the smooth texture of spaghetti and penne. When I add something chunky to it, I pair it with fusilli or another shape with nooks and…

  • Recipe

    Couscous Salad with Tomatoes and Hot Green Peppers

    Couscous is a fine pellet made from semolina flour, each golden grain a bit larger than the head of a pin. Some chefs call it “Moroccan pasta” because it is…

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    Green Beans with Parsley and Sesame Tahini Sauce

    Instead of tossing your green beans with this lemony tahini sauce, drizzle it on top. This way, the sauce won’t dull the beans’ color.