Definition of Parsleyed
1. parsley [adj] - See also: parsley
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Literary usage of Parsleyed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Romantic Weekends the Carolinas & the Georgia Coast by Norman Renouf, Kathy Renouf (1999)
"Entrées, which are served with a house salad, homemade bread and a choice of vegetable and rice pilaf or parsleyed new potatoes, include fowl, beef, ..."
2. A New Book about London: A Quaint and Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore by Leopold Wagner (1921)
"On dishes, genuine Burgundy escargots, ready parsleyed and buttered for home consumption, subject only to heating afresh, are laid out, while small tubs ..."
3. The Daily News Cook Book, Being a Reprint from The Chicago Record Cook Book edited by Mary Mott Chesbrough (1896)
"parsleyed potatoes. Asparagus salad. Filled date compote. Tea. Farina Meat Balls—One pound and a half finely ground meat. Season with salt, cayenne pepper, ..."