Tarragon And Soap Jigsaw Puzzle

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Online jigsaw puzzle online for adults or kids of tarragon and homemade soap. The tarragon and hand soap are on a rustic board.

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fiestyolelady
Aug 5, 2017
I like homemade soap. I put it in suitcases that I store. So nice to smell. put them in drawers also
dbnc2
Aug 5, 2017
My sister use to make lye soap
she sold it at craft shows
micki
Feb 14, 2017
Very pretty layout. Love pretty soap like the ones shown.
cindyj28
Nov 30, 2016
I tought the soap was cheese. It would make more sense. to me.
Jingles
Nov 30, 2016
He he......I thought it was cheese also. We sure would find out if we took a bite.
pixipixil
Nov 30, 2016
If you're wrong you'll be forever blowing bubbles.
pixipixil
Nov 30, 2016
I too thought it was cheese. As posted below, I looked at google images and artemesia seems a better match than tarragon.
pixipixil
Nov 30, 2016
I just looked them up together. Turns out tarragon is a species of artemisia. The type of artemisia called wormwood or absinthe caused hallucinations but it also had a tonic effect. It was quite bitter. The tarragon in my yard doesn't flower. I love using it in omelettes.
Jingles
Nov 30, 2016
I'm forever blowing bubbles,
pretty bubbles in the air.

Now I know it's not cheese.
pixipixil
Nov 30, 2016
Ha-ha. That's the song all right.
Since soap used to be made with fat, I wonder if it has any nutritional value. Now don't start eating it for lunch to test that one out! I can see the menu at your house now. Grilled soap on toast.
cindyj28
Dec 1, 2016
Happy to note that I am not the only one who thought it was cheese. and no I do not intend to taste it.
elijah13
Dec 31, 2016
Looked like cheese to me until I read about it before I did the puzzle.
pixipixil
Dec 31, 2016
I admit it. I also thought it was cheese.
sharondarlene
Dec 4, 2016
A nice Gift!!! Wonder what kind of soap that is????
vmarie
Dec 3, 2016
I'm a big fan of tarragon. It's the primary culinary herb in stews. Wonderful flavor--not too strong, not too sweet. Just right. I've never tried making soap. This scene looks like a crafter's heaven.
olamae61
Dec 1, 2016
It looks very beautiful and relaxing. Especially with all the hustle and bustle this time of year!
nlbuchanan
Dec 1, 2016
Dear friends, if any of you are still awake, please pray for my niece. she is in her mid forties and has liver cancer. (She has been an alcoholic most of her life, sober a few months now.) She is going into the hospital tomorrow to remove three tumors then will start radiation. Also, please pray for my sister and her husband. They are both in very poor health and this is verry hard on them. Thank you.
pixipixil
Nov 30, 2016
It isn't tarragon. It's artemesia otherwise called absinthe. The flowers are wrong for tarragon although the leaves look right. The flowers on tarragon look like anemic single marigolds not buttons. At least it seems to me from using google images that it's a better match. At first I thought it might be tansy but those flowers grow in an umbrel not along the stalk although the long leaf crossing the cheese looks like tansy leaf. Always nice to have a mystery.
Wishing you happy mysteries today--and their solutions.
pixipixil
Nov 30, 2016
My mistake...tarragon is a species of artemisia.
jdoty
Nov 30, 2016
Absinthe makes the mind go yonder.
aussiesapphire
Nov 30, 2016
Hahaha jdoty good one. Hugs.
trynfindit
Nov 30, 2016
That was a good one jdoty.
pixipixil
Dec 1, 2016
Top notch jdoty. Love it.
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