Also known as Gourmet Parsley and Garden Chervil. Use as fresh leaves Chervil is a delicate herb with subtle taste. It has a slightly anise-like flavor that can be quickly lost in cooking. Garnish salads with it, but serve it at the last moment. Chervil is a very popular herb in France. It is one of the classic ingredients in the traditional French herb blend, Fines Herbes and is very popular in French cuisine. It has a delicate flavor and is suitable wherever parsley is used. Chop the leaf into soups, omelettes (fish and egg dishes in the last ten to twelve minutes of cooking so its flavor is not cooked away), salads, dressings and add to chicken before roasting. Chervil is better used as a fresh herb because during a cooking process a lot of its anise - like aroma and parsley taste is lost. Chervil is extremely delicate but may be preserved in vinegar and oil.