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June 11, 2014

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This is something I don't ever remember tasting until I grew it myself, and now I completely love it!

Definitely love.
I have to admit, working on an herb farm for twelve years, I've come to love most herbs.
I agree, wonderful with chicken and eggs. I throw it in salad as well. Fish? I'll have to give that a shot.

It's also pretty!

Kalyn, for some reason, before I grew my own, I always associated tarragon with "fancy" restaurant food (this must have gone back way, way back for me). Now I can't imagine not having it in the garden.

Connie, you worked on an herb farm? What fun!

LOVE it! We grow it here in Albuquerque, and I throw a large handful into most salads. Lydia, you introduced me to it as a home-grown herb. Thank you!

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