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  • This parsleyed potato salad recipe came to her thirty-five years ago, from her friend Lillia Johnston, whom Lee calls the best hostess I have ever known.

    One Big Table

  • OK, for parsleyed buttered boiled potatoes, maybe, but then I only do that with genuine new potatoes, in which case I only remove skin that rubs off in the cleansing process.

    To Peel or Not to Peel? - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Spread out on the gingham picnic blanket was a delicious meal of radish soufflé, sweet glazed carrots, and parsleyed potatoes.

    Kenny & the Dragon

  • Serve this stew with parsleyed new potatoes, followed by a green salad.

    THE TANTE MARIE’S COOKING SCHOOL COOKBOOK

  • Serve with parsleyed new potatoes page 185 and, of course, good Napa Valley wine!

    THE TANTE MARIE’S COOKING SCHOOL COOKBOOK

  • Serve with parsleyed new potatoes or buttered noodles.

    THE TANTE MARIE’S COOKING SCHOOL COOKBOOK

  • Chicagoans went for frog's legs and parsleyed tartar sauce.

    UUpdates - All updates

  • Executive chef Jeff Headley -- who will be transitioning from Tucci's to his own place in the Short North -- has created a high-energy kitchen that produces delicious twists on classic dishes (risotto that combines the sage and prosciutto elements of saltimbocca) along with Euro-fusions (delicate parsleyed gnocchi accompanying roast rack of lamb).

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  • Tuesday - Roast beef with gravy, parsleyed potatoes, carrots, biscuit, brownie and ice cream

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  • Hoyer, meanwhile, spent a whopping $5,380 in taxpayer dollars to indulge in chicken cordon bleu, parsleyed red potatoes and green beans for 200 people at Middleton Hall in Maryland's Southern District, the newspaper reported.

    FOXNews.com

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  • Where I work, a rural siding
    breaks from the northern/southern route,
    provides a parsleyed cul-de-sac
    narrow-gauge alternative.

    - Peter Reading, Juncture, from For the Municipality's Elderly, 1974

    June 22, 2008