Because If You Want Rosemary…

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…I’ve got rosemary.

The previous owner planted three rosemary bushes in the front yard, and now they’re out of control. I like it fine as an herb, but I’m not a ho for it like I am for basil.

Got any ideas for things to do with rosemary? Other than fish and potato dishes, I have no clue.

P.S. Remember the catnip plant my neighbor’s Russian Blue destroyed? That’s it in the upper right. It’s still hangin’ on!

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  1. Chynna says:

    I knew I’d seen some toners with Rosemary, so I Googled and found a page of DIY beauty recipes with Rosemary: http://www.ehow.com/how_4453446_make-homemade-beauty-treatments-rosemary.html

  2. Carmela says:

    Rosemary’s really good with chicken. Just a bit of olive oil, pepper and lots of fresh rosemary then pop it in the oven. Maybe some garlic salt to taste, if that’s your preference. :)

  3. Larie says:

    Make rosemary and olive oil bread!!!
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  4. yari says:

    Rosemary chicken!!! Trust me you will love it. Also a Rosemary ham will not be bad either. You are sooo lucky to have so much rosemary I would love to have it fresh in my backyard!!!!

  5. DanaJae says:

    Rosemary, salt & pepper on roasts – nom nom nom!!!!!

  6. EmmaRZ says:

    it’s fantastic in, with and on lamb, especially roast, if you can get it!

  7. Kathy says:

    Rosemary plants will continue to spread unless you contain them in a pot! I would dig them up and put a small amount in a nice pot to use as an herb for cooking. You have a beautiful pink coneflower plant in the back of your garden, add some more perennials and enjoy!

  8. Caroline says:

    Mixed nuts appetizer – mix some butter – brown sugar – cayenne pepper – salt optional – and chopped ROSEMARY fresh from your plant (mine is huge, too but it stays green in AZ with no water so that is a big LUV – keep it pruned)

    Mix with a can or two of nuts (any kind you like) warm it up in 350 degree oven don’t brown stir and serve warm, Hope you like it!

  9. Amber says:

    World’s biggest rosemary ho here. Infuse it into simple syrup, mix with soda water and a splash of lime. Heaven!!

  10. Chelsea says:

    OK- this kinda fits into the ‘fish’ category, but it’s SO GOOD! If you’ve never tried it, you’re missing out! A local restaurant makes it and serves it over mashed taters (personal fave)- my mom makes it too and likes it with french bread.

    WARNING: I won’t be held responsible for what this recipe does to anyone watching their weight. It’s addictive and full of butter and some (mostly optional) carbs. Haha!

    New Orleans BBQ Shrimp
    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/new-orleans-barbeque-shrimp/detail.aspx

  11. mae says:

    Rosemary is great with Lamb
    Cover ur lamb meat whatever section u choose in EVOO & then put some rosemary and thyme all over both sides with some salt & cracked pepper & bake covered with foil till cooked! Soooo good!!!!!

    I also heard u can boil the rosemary in water then let the cool strain & rinse ur hair with the mixture for great shine

  12. Christy says:

    Lamb or roast beef with some good red wine. Yummo!
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  13. Pamela says:

    If you like chicken and rosemary, you MUST make this. It’s an Emeril dish so, of course it’s delicious. Bon Appetit!

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/lemon-rosemary-and-balsamic-grilled-chicken-thighs-recipe/index.html

  14. Cindy G says:

    I love rosemary! In fact, it is my favorite herb.
    My mom makes a really simple marinade of fresh rosemary and italian salad dressing for chicken (thighs work best, but you can use breasts), which she then bakes in the oven until they are a nice golden brown. Along with the chicken she serves roasted potatoes that are sprinkled with a little bit of parmesan cheese, garlic, olive oil, and some salt & cracked pepper (add these ingredients prior to roasting). Mmm :)

    I also like to make orange rosemary olive oil cake, it is soooo delicious!

  15. peach_ says:

    It must be because of your previous post that I immediately started looking for turkeys in the photo!
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  16. Ditte K. says:

    It’s good to fry root crops with rosemary and a little olive oil :)

  17. Scientific Housewife says:

    When Christmas comes, use it in decorations, such as wreaths, centerpieces, etc. Put it in a satchel and place in drawers or closets. The smell is amazing so use it!

  18. Karen says:

    Thank you for the recommendations! Next up: Project Rosemary. LOL!

  19. mn says:

    infuse olive oil with it…. rosemary olive oil

  20. Evelyn says:

    Ooooo lamb roasts! Get a leg of lamb, some rosemary, a couple of cloves of garlic and a sharp knife. Now go wild poking holes in to the leg of lamb and stuffing slivers of garlic and rosemary into them! Finish off by rubbing the whole outside of the leg with olive oil and whatever left over garlic and rosemary there is. Amazingly delicious :)

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