With this post, Weave A Thousand flavors (which basically means 'moi'), will be taking a brief hiatus and will return fresh, rejuvenated and undoubtedly several pounds heavier in October!
But not before, I share this simple (seriously easy) and delicious green bean salad which ranks one of my top fave ways to eat French green beans, ever.
Without any creamed can business or other processed foods or mayo, this salad is simply resplendent with its flavors of tarragon, sherry vinegar and loads of Dijon mustard.
I haven’t been able to walk past the herb aisle in the grocery store without picking up a luscious bunch of fresh tarragon in my shopping cart. I mean, just how underrated can an herb get!
I love tarragon with chicken and so very much with these succulent haricots verts.
Simply blanch the beans in boiling water until crispy tender for approx. 4 minutes, cool under tap water and thrown the vinaigrette together; Dijon, loads of chopped up tarragon and parsley, olive oil or walnut oil, sherry or champagne vinegar, toasted walnuts and lovely grape tomatoes for a spot of color.
When was the last time you were salivating over a veggie! You’ll just have to trust me when I tell you, this one’s a keeper!
So lovely with the side of cold poached salmon I posted last. Give it a go!
Ciao dear friends, enjoy the last week of summer and hello Fall!