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Imagine the result of substituting cilantro for tarragon in your bearnaise sauce.
Cream, mushrooms, tarragon are umami-rich flavors that enhance a wine’s virtues.
Pick two handfuls of tarragon (the leaves from the stalks) and chop half of it fine with the livers of the fowls.
Season some of the best vinegar with a little garlic, a little tarragon, and a little sweet-oil.
The Composites are represented by the wormwood and tarragon (Estragon).
Drain and put into bottles with horse-radish, tarragon, bay leaves and grains of black pepper.
Other spices are sometimes added according to taste; such as thyme, cloves, bay-leaves, and tarragon.
The best vinegar is wine-vinegar, with tarragon in it (vinaigre à l'estragon), but it is expensive.
Add one tablespoonful of Tarragon vinegar and simmer until vinegar is absorbed.
Mix equal portions of chicken, bacon and celery; add one teaspoonful minced green pepper and a few drops of tarragon vinegar.

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