Examples of rosemary in a Sentence
The recipe calls for a tablespoon of rosemary.
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From chef Dustin Christofolo of Quiessence ½ cup parsley ½ cup sage leaf ½ cup rosemary½ head of garlic 1 lemon zest and juice 1 lime zest and juice 2 cups olive oil Salt and pepper to taste Preparation: Finely mince herbs and garlic.
The herbs of the European Mediterranean — oregano, marjoram, thyme, sage and rosemary — produce fresh leaves for flavoring soups all or most of the year in our Mediterranean climate.
As each piece finishes, transfer to reserved platter, setting on top of rosemary.
Herman’s Coffee offers a variety of C&Ts, including a rotating seasonal version featuring syrups like lavender-lemon, blackberry-thyme, and cranberry-rosemary.
There’s green garlic and leeks on the sausage pizza, and the potato and rosemary is a fan favorite.
Gapler says eucalyptus, peppermint and rosemary can do the trick.
Woody herbs, such as rosemary, almost always do well when grilled.
The twist on coleslaw along with the addition of a pizza oven and unique toppings — including goat cheese, ground lamb, rosemary, fig jam and fennel — exemplify the Ridings’ philosophy.
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Origin and Etymology of rosemary
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Definition of rosemary for English Language Learners
: an herb that has a sweet smell and that is used in cooking and perfumes
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