From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants, Food, dish
parsleypars‧ley /ˈpɑːsli $ ˈpɑːr-/ noun [uncountable] HBPDFFa herb with curly leaves, used in cooking or as decoration on food
Examples from the Corpus
parsleyIn a large mixing bowl, combine bread, onions, reserved garlic, dried fruits, sage, and parsley.Avoid spraying your plants with pesticides, grow plants that encourage beneficial insects such as carrots, parsley, parsnips and nettles.Stir the chicken, parsley, carrot, artichoke hearts, pepper and onion into the couscous.To get rid of garlic breath try strong coffee, cloves, honey, yogurt, or parsley.Strain, return to pan, and whisk in the mustard, pickles, parsley, and chives.Mix together the lemon rind, parsley and chopped garlic and sprinkle over the rice before serving.We discovered that parsley makes a terrific companion.Add bones, bay leaf, thyme, parsley, cloves, peppercorns, and water and bring just to a boil.
Origin parsley (1000-1100) Vulgar Latin petrosilium, from Latin petroselinum, from Greek, from petros stone + selinon celery