In France, lavage is called céleri bâtard, or false celery. It has a much stronger flavor than parsley when used raw but its pungency diminishes in cooking. Try the leaves and stems in salads.
Rub butter and flour together until mixture resembles breadcrumbs.
Use a wooden spoon to fold in parmesan and herbs. Add milk to form dough.
Scoop mixture roughly into balls. Shape quickly with floured hands.
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