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QUALITY: Salsify is one of the leading hunter chasers.
1 small ham hock (unsmoked), about 1kg soaked overnight in cold water 1 onion peeled and quartered 1 leek chopped into chunks 10 black peppercorns 1 bay leaf A few sprigs of thyme 3 juniper berries 2 sticks salsify Juice of 1/2 lemon Salt and freshly ground black pepper 8 sprout tops picked into leaves A little vegetable oil
These include parsnips, salsify (vegetable oyster), and a few of their relatives.
Salsify Salad 1/2 cup each mayonnaise and sour cream 2 tablespoons each minced cornichons or dill pickles and minced parsley 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1-1/2 teaspoons Dijon mustard 1-1/2 pounds salsify or celery root Water 1 large head each Belgian endive and radicchio or red leaf lettuce, washed and crisped Italian parsley or watercress sprigs 1/4 pound thinly sliced prosciutto or smoked ham
Salsify, who has won this twice, rates a big danger, while Current Event and On The Fringe are others to throw into the mix.
Guests will be intrigued by scorzonera, similar in some respects to salsify but even less seldom seen.
DEFENDING CGA Foxhunter Chase champion Salsify will miss the chance to bid for his third straight victory in the Cheltenham Festival race after being sidelined by injury, writes Jessica Lamb.
We had duck with fennel and salsify, hare with artichoke, razor clams, and lemon thyme brulee with mulled fruit.
Delivered by head chef Nicola Daly, the festive menu will feature an amuse bouche of beetroot and Belvedere vodka cured salmon tartare, followed by an array of warming starters such as pan-fried wood pigeon, mains including fillet of turbot, glazed salsify and chestnuts and puddings such as rhubarb creme brulee.
For the salsify; 8 pieces salsify 3 to 4 cups simple syrup For the hazelnut chocolate: 3 1/2 ounces 64% bittersweet chocolate 3 1/2 chopped ounces heavy cream 3 1/2 ounces hazelnut butter For the spiced sugar: * Whole while cardamom pods Cinnamon sticks Sugar To serve: Vegetable oil, for frying Fleur de sel * yields more than needed for plating
THE soft going and hard knocks of Cheltenham may be but a distant memory, but Colman Sweeney believes SALSIFY (8.