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French Chicken Tarragon

Tarragon doesn't get enough love. Most people know it only in its dried form, and administered with a heavy hand. But a few sprigs of fresh tarragon can be lovely. It's a traditional component of the mixture...

Author: David Tanis

Mushroom And Leek Sauté

Author: Mark Bittman

Tartar Sauce

This recipe originally accompanied Ale-Battered Shrimp with Tartar Sauce .

Bibb Lettuce Salad

Author: Thomas Keller

Tarragon and Lemon Roast Chicken

This stress-free dish is based on one of my favorite flavor pairings-golden roast chicken and tarragon. The chicken is simply seared on the cooktop, then placed in the oven to bake with zingy lemon, garlic,...

Author: Donna Hay

Roasted Mustard Tarragon Chicken

Author: Ruth Cousineau

Mixed Green Salad with Tarragon Vinaigrette

Mixed Green Salad with Tarragon Vinaigrette

Jacques's French Potato Salad

Author: Julia Child

Tarragon Lobster Salad

This lobster salad is wonderful on its own-but piled onto a hot dog bun it becomes a perfect lobster roll.

Baked Mustard Crusted Salmon with Asparagus and Tarragon

Gently baking salmon in a low-temperature oven ensures a moist and succulent fillet and only takes about 15 minutes. The asparagus cooks on the same baking sheet, making clean-up a breeze.

Author: Rhoda Boone

Herb Gnocchi

Author: Thomas Keller

Steakburger with Tangy Caramelized Onions and Herb Butter

This luxe burger gets its umami-packed richness from dry-aged steak. Yep, you read that right, we grind beautiful steaks to make a burger. One bite of the juicy patty, steak sauce-flavored onions, and...

Author: Rhoda Boone

Cider Braised Chicken with Apples and Kale

Mustard-rubbed chicken legs get super-tender when braised in apple cider and white wine for this cozy fall dinner.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Steamed Mussels with Tomato and Chorizo Broth

Don't Move a Mussel-Seriously-this one-pot dinner is that easy. Sweet cherry tomatoes, earthy chorizo, and a splash of wine do the heavy lifting.

Author: Chris Morocco