Georgia Peach Chicken Salad

"This sounds delightful, I would probably use a rotisserie chicken to make it even easier."
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  • Put in a large bowl and mix together.
  • Best served as a main meal.

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  1. really good pairing of the tarragon (dried) and peaches and chicken made for southern leg of quest and cakepops on parade
  2. Absolutely delicious chicken salad! DH gobbled it up and said it was delish. Did not change a thing except that I could not find fresh tarragon. Sooo I poached my chicken in chicken broth with dried tarragon and I added it to the mayo as well. I absolutely love tarragon and can't wait to try it again with the fresh version. Will definitely make this wonderful salad again! : ) Made for Culinary Quest - U S Southern Region, August, 2014.

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