by Lucinda Hutson
recipe adapted from The Herb Garden Cookbook
The strong flavor of Mexican mint marigold is reminiscent of tarragon, but with a pronounced anise flavor. Because it grows better in Austin than does tarragon, I call it "Texas tarragon". This zesty vinegar enhances vinaigrettes and marinades (especially those made with honey and whole grain mustard), pickled veggies, seafood salads, and homemade mayonnaise.
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