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  Little Dragon ? Not a Halloween costume, a lesser known name for a commonly used and much valued herb ! The herbal element of the most famous of sauces, and possibly the first herb that comes to mind when you think of French cuisine - did you guess correctly ? Tarragon is our featured herb this month, accompanied of course by a delicious recipe.  
 
 
   
 
  As the chill of autumn approaches heartier menu fare is appropriate. The featured recipe this month includes of course, the featured herb, tarragon, and bay leaves, the featured herb from July. From our latest cookbook “Herbal Cookery, from the Kitchens and Gardens of the St. Louis Herb Society” our recipe for Braised Short Ribs will stick to your ribs.  
 
 
   
 
  Connect with some of the oldest friends of cultivated gardens: herbs! Thirteen weeks of giveaways and drop in activities every Tuesday 10:00 a.mm to noon from June 2nd-August 25th, 2015.

For more information please visit Events Calendar.
 

Herbal Cookery has been singled out as among the best in the country and the world, by Gourmand, Tabasco, and USBook News,the National Indie Excellence Award and now the Eric Hoffer Book Award !!!

 
 
     The St. Louis Herb Society does not dispense information on or recommend the use of herbal remedies.
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