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June 30, 2011


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T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

Thanks for this - I've been trying to better understand the herbs available in the garden at the farm, so it's always helpful to have more background. I'm thinking I might adapt this sauce for my next farm-raised chicken.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

My tarragon plant has finally found a happy place in the garden, and it gets quite tall by the end of summer. I love tarragon with chicken or with eggs (as in egg salad), and sometmes with fish, too.


I would of never thought to combine tarragon and honey! I love it! My sage came back this year and is thriving but not my tarragon.

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