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Check fennel every few minutes, adding a bit more water when te first amount has evaporated.
Surrounding the library is a food forest community garden with apple, apricot and peach trees, as well as perennial herbs including mint, chives and fennel, which will emerge from the soil later in spring.
The food, like the ricotta gnocchetti with fennel and dill, is simple but perfectly executed; Gianluca Goatelli, the som who oversees the 750-bottle cellar, is a local-wine savant.
The winter menu has a crudo section and dishes like crispy sunchokes with puntarelle, chestnut tagliatelle with duck ragù and duck offal, and Icelandic sea trout with pickled fennel and horseradish.
Crisp fennel, juicy citrus, pomegranate seeds, and nuts (hazelnut, walnuts, pecans, or almonds) punctuate with texture, as does dried fruit such as raisins, cranberries and figs.
Menu items include a lobster tostada starter; whole grilled branzino with shaved fennel and lemon; chipotle-coffee-crusted beef short rib and a Forastero chocolate fondue for two for dessert.
Place the beets, shaved fennel and carrots on a serving platter and, if desired, top with 6 to 8 ounces pickled herring.
Carefully uncover the roast and add the fresh fennel and broccoli rabe to the bottom of the pan, resting it in the juices.
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A perennial aromatic herb of the parsley family, fennel is native to southern Europe and Asia Minor and cultivated in the US, Britain, and temperate areas of Eurasia. The blanched shoots are eaten as a vegetable. The greenish brown to yellowish brown oblong-oval seeds smell and taste similar to anise. The seeds and extracted oil are used for scenting soaps and perfumes and for flavoring candies, liqueurs, medicines, and foods, particularly pastries, sweet pickles, and fish.
Origin and Etymology of fennel
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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