Scientific name : Artemisia dracunculus
Other names: Česky: Pelyněk estragon , Deutsch: Estragon (Deutscher) , Español: Estragón , Eesti: Estragonpuju , Suomi: Rakuuna , Français: Estragon , Italiano: Dragoncello , Lietuviškai: Peletrūnas , Latviešu: Estragons , Português: Estragão , Русский: Полынь эстрагон , Slovensky: Palina dračia , Svenska: Dragon , Türkçe: Tarhun

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Nowadays, tarragon is almost exclusively used as a digestive herb. The interesting flavor of the herb is useful when preparing steaks, fish, mushroom dishes, omelettes, tartar sauce, Béarnaise sauce, and various other sauces. A close relative, Southernwood, which is a ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


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