Suggested Use: The flavorful, minty, anise-like taste of tarragon goes deliciously with eggs, in soups, sauces, vegetables, fish, chicken, salad dressings, and in herbal vinegars, oils, and butters.Storage: Store in a cool, dry, dark location in a sealed container.
- A perennial herb that is a part of the sunflower family. It grows wildly in Eurasia and North America and is also cultivated for culinary uses.
- In the past tarragon was used in herbal healing, though now it is more commonly used for cooking. It is one of the four fines herbes in French cuisine.
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