tarragon

[ tar-uh-gon, -guh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF tarragon

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Tarragon should be gathered on a dry day, just before the plant flowers.

Lastly beat in two tablespoonfuls of tarragon or other vinegar.

Tarragon may be kept a year or more by drying it in bunches.

Tarragon vinegar is very good with boiled cabbage or greens.

Have ready on a plate some tarragon finely minced or powdered.

Have tarragon vinegar on the table to eat with corned beef and cabbage.

What was the connection of raw eggs and tarragon vinegar with Marshal Richelieu?

Make some aspic jelly with gelatine, tarragon vinegar, and a little sherry.

Sprinkle with chopped parsley, chervil, tarragon, and the juice of a lemon.

Melt some butter rolled in flour, and stir into it the rest of the tarragon.

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