See Ragout of Celery in Ragout Articles. They are also used as Sallad, when fine, white, and tender, or to put in Broth; it ought to be used in moderation, on account of its strong perfume: It is also used as a Last-course Dish; when boiled in the common Broth-pot to about three parts, take it out to drain, and marinate it with a little Vinegar, Pepper, Salt, and Cloves; then drain it again upon a Linen-cloth, and dip in white Batter to fry: It ought to be tied in a bunch, when put into the Pot for this use.Leeks are also good to put into Broth; and when three parts done, stuff the Hearts with a good ready-prepared Farce, and fry as the Celery.