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Synonyms for tarragon

aromatic perennial of southeastern Russia

fresh leaves (or leaves preserved in vinegar) used as seasoning

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Although French tarragon is a perennial it behaves as an annual in our garden.
Since French tarragon does not really flower or develop seeds, the spiciness of its leaves is never compromised.
The company's new simmer sauces for chicken are being hailed for their tremendous convenience and classic flavor combinations, like a velvety French Tarragon, and rustic Cacciatore.
Third row: French Tarragon (18 starter plants, 4" apart)
French tarragon is the best tarragon for kitchen use while thymes give you a choice of lemon, broad leaves with strong flavour or common with a peppery tang.
Gill's favourites are chervil and French tarragon, which she stuffs under the skin of chicken before roasting.
Parsley, rosemary, thyme, oregano, French tarragon and chives are just a few of the additional herbs that can grace your kitchen scent garden.
Freezing is very easy, and for soft herbs such as French tarragon, chervil and parsley this is the best method.
Red lettuce, Italian parsley, marjoram, oregano, French tarragon, rocket, French or butler's sorrel, chervil, the flower petals of pot marigold, the flowers of chives, small quantities of strongly flavoured coriander and lovage.