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There's been exciting news in the last day: Tricia Sullivan will be Guest of Honour at Eastercon 2012! The next Vector, in honor of Diana Wynne Jones, is out! And oddness: BBC News occasionally defaulting to July 23rd, causing me to briefly panic that Norway was being shot at *again*. (It wasn't just me. It happened to sioneva too. And therefore, presumably lots of other people.)

But rather than discussing these at greater length, I was reading Restaurant magazine this morning and now feel compelled to give you a poll about chervil.

Ben Mckellar, Founder, Gingerman Restaurant Group, "Chervil is another one - I don't think anyone puts chervil on a dish anymore."

I put chervil on dishes.
I put chervil *in* dishes, not on them.
Chervil is so passé.
I have never used chervil.


(no subject) - gummitch - Nov. 4th, 2011 12:52 pm (UTC) - Expand
Nov. 4th, 2011 01:06 pm (UTC)
That was, in fact, part of the speaker's point. In the roundtable discussion, they were on the subject of garnishes. But it made me wonder more widely.