Cooking with Rosemary
Answered by: Yvonne Tremblay
Question from: Tommy
Posted on: February 22, 2007

Sorry not about thyme -- how do I use rosemary from my plant for cooking and grilling?

Rosemary goes well with most meats, especially lamb. Use when cooking eggplant, squash; in sauce for lasagna; in vinegars, oils and marinades; with thyme for roasting/ frying potatoes (with garlic too); in oil brushed on focaccia; in marinade for olives. Finely chopped rosemary may be added to cookies, breads, cornbread, biscuits, etc. Long rosemary stems may be used as skewers for grilled kebabs (remove all but a few leaves at the end.)

For more information about rosemary please see my earlier posting:

http://www2.richters.com/show.cgi?page=./QandA/Culinary/20031026-1.html

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