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NOUN   tarragon | -
SYNO Artemisia dracunculus | estragon | tarragon
esdragon {hv} [Artemisia dracunculus]
drekajurt {kv} [Artemisia dracunculus]
drekamalurt {kv} [Artemisia dracunculus]
fáfnisgras {hv} [Artemisia dracunculus]
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Usage Examples English
  • The company has produced condiments using other ingredients, including mango, red berries, tarragon and Cognac.
  • Modern recipes usually include tarragon, will use lobster stock rather than pounded lobster, and often replace cayenne pepper with paprika.
  • is a Georgian carbonated soft drink that is flavoured with tarragon or woodruff.
  • Capillin is found in the essential oil of a number of "Artemisia" species, including "Artemisia monosperma" and "Artemisia dracunculus" (tarragon).
  • The primary ingredients in hunter's chicken are sautéed chicken and a reduced chasseur sauce prepared using tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, white wine, brandy and tarragon.
  • A volatile oil was extracted from waterwort distillery ("Artemisia vulgaris") and tarragon ("Artemisia dracunculus"), from which the sesquiterpene alcohol spathulenol was isolated for the first time in 1975 as a colorless, viscous compound with an earth-aromatic odor and bitter-spicy taste.
  • A better substitute for Russian tarragon is Mexican tarragon ("Tagetes lucida"), also known as Mexican mint marigold, Texas tarragon, or winter tarragon.
  • In the eastern part of the park Khomec' Mountain (306 m above sea level) is situated – a unique monument of steppe and rock vegetation, as sleep-grass dev'yasyl, tarragon and flax can be found here.
  • It consists of 80 species found in both North America and Eurasia, of which the best-known is perhaps "Artemisia dracunculus", the spice tarragon.
  • "Sauce vénitienne" is a sauce of white wine, tarragon vinegar, shallots and chervil, mounted with butter and finished with chopped chervil and tarragon.
  • The company offers different flavors based on their experimentation, such as cucumber lime sea salt, and watermelon tarragon lemon.
  • The traditional recipe calls for an omelette filled with sautéed tomatoes, onions and garlic, seasoned with tarragon, parsley, salt and sometimes basil.
  • After cooking, it is strained and finished with chopped chervil and tarragon.
  • Estragon (affectionately Gogo; he tells Pozzo his name is Adam) is one of the two main characters from Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot". His name is the French word for tarragon.
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