Schnittlauch is the German word for "Chives". After cutting them in small pieces, my mother use it as toppings for her delicious Pancit Bihon, a noodle dish in the Philippines. In Germany, when it is in season and there are so many that sprung in my garden, I used them as ingredients together with onions and tomatoes for everything that I cook or as toppings for salads.

Here is the picture of Schnittlauch that shows "spring has sprung".

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