Vinegar, when tasted alone leaves a sour taste in your mouth. But when added to a salad dressing can be sweet. I wish I knew what to add to this sour situation to change it around and make it good again. I made this tarragon vinegar shortly before my tarragon died back. We had such an interesting winter weather wise that the tarragon was only gone from my garden for about 6 weeks. I love the aniseed flavour of the herb and use it mostly with chicken.
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It is so sad when a decision you make for your own well being, ends up being sour for others. Shortly before we left for overseas we told one of the friends we were going with, who was the person we had organized the trip for, that we did not want to go with them on the barge. The reason had nothing to do with him, his wife, or the other couple they had invited along and were paying for. The reason had everything to do with a person who would be on a barge alongside us. Our friend had paid for this person, his wife, and another couple and we felt that as we had paid for ourselves, we should not be subjected to spending the time with someone we do not like, and do not trust. Our friend assured us that there would be no problem and that he would be told to stay away from us. Of course, he ignored this, and we ended up leaving the barge. On the surface everything seemed OK between Dave and our friend, but sadly, it isn’t. He arrived late for David’s birthday party, using the rugby as an excuse and came around as usual the following Tuesday night. We go there every Sunday for a drink, but the next Sunday he did not answer his phone, and said he was at gym. The following Tuesday he was away but two more Tuesdays have passed and he has not been to us, and Dave has not called him for our regular Sunday drinks. I am so saddened by this, as he is a good friend and my decision to leave the barge has resulted in this awful feeling.
- 20 leaves fresh tarragon
- 100 mls white wine vinegar
- Lightly crush the tarragon leaves
- Place into a sterilized glass bottle
- Top with the vinegar
- Leave to infuse for a week before using
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- four years ago – Something Savoury Challenge
16 thoughts on “Tarragon Vinegar”
Ohh, I hate situations like this. They’re so upsetting and unsettling. I hope your friend is able to talk with your hubs and work through things so you can all be at peace again. XO
It has been very upsetting but they will work it out 🙂
I’m so sorry to hear that Tandy. Sometimes you just have to go with your gut instinct. I hope your friendship survives the hiccup. xxx
I am sure it has Celia xxx
Your tarragon vinegar would make for some great holiday gifts!
I should make some more Bobbi, thanks for the suggestion 🙂
Yes, sad about Dave’s friend – hopefully with a bit of space things will sort themselves out. I love tarragon vinegar and just made it the other week.
Thankfully it has mostly been sorted out 🙂
Hi Tandy, so sorry about your friend, hopefully everything will be okay maybe just a little time is needed. Love tarragon vinegar, this would be a wonderful hostess gift or gift for someone.
Thankfully, it all seems OK 🙂
Awh … thats awful, sorry to hear about your friend Tandy. I do hope everything works out and all is sorted quick smart. Good segue with the vinegar too. Made me LOL! 🙂
I had to think really hard about the segue 😉