Set out bowls of the sauce for dipping, or let guests spoon it over their chicken and fennel.
Transfer the chicken pieces, fennel and whole cloves of garlic to a serving platter, reserving the pan juices.
Using a mandoline or other vegetable slicer, shave the fennel crosswise into 1/3-inch-thick slices.
After the fennel is tender, add the milk and continue to cook for another two minutes.
Reduce the temperature to 375°, turn the fennel and bake for 20-25 minutes longer or until the chicken is cooked.
Well, fennel was suspected—detected, in short—of cheating at cards.
fennel, for instance, emblemised flattery, and columbine ingratitude.
“I did not think of it; it was he thought of it,” returned Mrs. fennel in her simple way.
Mrs. Smith said the major called him Mr. fennel, and he ought to know.
She had not the slightest doubt that Captain fennel had borrowed of him—and not for the first time.
Old English fenol, finul, perhaps via (or influenced by) Old French fenoil or directly from Vulgar Latin fenuculum, from Latin feniculum, diminutive of fenum, faenum "hay," probably literally "produce" (see fecund). Apparently so called from its hay-like appearance and sweet odor.