I believe an omelette fines herbes uses chervil, parsley, and chives -- a French omelet with the herbs sprinkled on before it's rolled. That's a perfect way to get the essential flavors. Or, if you have some of each, just do a tasting, clearing your palate in between with plain bread or crackers. You'll notice the characteristics immediately, I promise. :lips:
But if you can get chervil in a store at a reasonable price -- wow, can I come live near you? It's a very delicate herb (turns from lovely bright green to yuck yellow in just a couple of days, not matter what you do to keep it :( ), and is awfully expensive as a result. Or are you growing your own?
"Notorious stickler" -- The New York Times, January 4, 2004