- tarpon springs,
- tarred with the same brush
Origin of tarragon
Examples from the Web for tarragon
It has French ingredients like leeks and tarragon, and I use puff pastry to make the crust easy!
Add the butter, chicken stock, salt, bay leaf, thyme, and tarragon and bring to a simmer.
Season with salt and pepper and toss in the tarragon leaves just before serving.
Return the chicken to the pan with half of the tomatoes and the tarragon.
Finish with a salad of frisee, chives, parsley, tarragon and chervil lightly dressed with the vinaigrette.
Slice a head of lettuce and two leaves of tarragon very fine.
A teaspoonful each of chopped chervil and tarragon is an immense improvement.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
Pour the sauce over the chicken, and lay a few leaves of tarragon on top.
If you have no tarragon it is a great improvement to use tarragon vinegar instead of ordinary vinegar.Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery|A. G. Payne
The best vinegar is wine-vinegar, with tarragon in it (vinaigre à l'estragon), but it is expensive.
Word Origin for tarragon
1530s, from Medieval Latin tragonia, from Byzantine Greek tarchon, from Arabic tarkhon, from a non-Arabic source, perhaps Greek drakon (from drakontion "dragonwort"). Eastern European plant of the wormwood genus (Artemisia Dracunculus), whose aromatic leaves were used for flavoring (especially vinegar). Cf. Spanish taragona, Italian targone, French estragon.