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    Baby Potatoes with Creamy Goat Cheese and Fine Herbs

    55 mins to make • Serves 4


    2 tsp Chervil, fresh
    2 tsp Chive, paper-thin rounds fresh
    1 tbsp Flat-leaf parsley, fresh
    4 sprigs Parsley, fresh
    6 Potatoes (about 8 ounces), small red
    3 sprigs Tarragon, fresh
    2 tsp Tarragon, fresh

    Baking & Spices

    1 Black pepper, Freshly ground
    1 tbsp Kosher salt

    Oils & Vinegars

    1 tsp Olive oil, extra-virgin


    2 tbsp Creme fraiche or sour cream
    3 oz Goat cheese, fresh soft

    Beer, Wine & Liquor

    1 cup Vermouth, dry white


    3 cups Water


    1 (1- by 2-inch) piece of lemon zest
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      Baby Potatoes with Creamy Goat Cheese and Fine Herbs Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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