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    Posted: 07 October 2012 at 02:53
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What do you employ Rosemary swigs or dried rosemary in ? Would enjoy hearing from all of you on topic, your uses of Rosemary ...
 
Here are some of my home dishes that I use Rosemary in:
 
1) Provençal Chicken ( see France Section: Jacqueline´s Provençal Chicken )
 
2) Breast of Veal Roast
 
3) Goat Cheese on the Exterior Bland Rind served with the Mediterranean trilogy; bread, wine and cheese ...
 
4) Abruzzi Milk fed baby Lamb Roast or Greek style Lamb  
 
5) Focaccia with Evoo & Rosemary
 
6) Baked Potatoes with Butter, a drizzle of Evoo & Crème Fraìche ( or sourcream if available) or Greek Natural Yogurt & Rosemary
 
7) a pinch of Homemade Tomato Sauce for Pasta
 
8) Roasts in general ( turkey, chicken, veal & pork )
 
Have a lovely Sunday,
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Feather Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 December 2012 at 20:29
I have a pot of rosemary growing in the living room south window, I trim and dry the leaves once in a while and they go into my spice jar.

I especially like it with butter, baked over parboiled chunks of potatoes until they start to get crisp.
A little salt, rosemary, and butter--toss it with the  parboiled chunks of potatoes and bake. Easy and delicious. ~Feather
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Thanks for your feedbk. Feather. Rosemary, butter and potatoes are a natural born trio. Kind regards. Margi.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Hoser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 December 2012 at 02:47
I enjoy rosemary with beef, chicken or pork, but find it a bit too much with a milder protein like fish.
If you have large sprigs, it's nice to use the stems when grilling kebobs.
I guess my all-time favorite though is when I put it in a rub on a nice sirloin roast and smoke it over hickory to perfection.
Go ahead...play with your food!
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Hoser, Gorgeous looking Roast. Thanks so much for your contribution and input. I am in agreement about fish ... Kindest, Margi
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