Friday, 19 September 2014

Food on Friday: Rosemary


 
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For this Food on Friday we're collecting dishes which use the herb rosemary.

To add your dish using rosemary, just put the name of the dish together with your blog name/name into the first Mr Linky box you will find below.  Then paste the url for your post about it into the second box.
I'll be pinning the links to this Pinboard – this is a quick way for you to scan the dishes and choose which ones you want to check out in more detail.
Here's to us all having fun!
 

27 comments:

  1. I've added a dish made with rosemary grown in a pot on our patio, which I was very proud of ! :)

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  2. I love rosemary! I use it in everything, pretty much. I've given you some eggs, some chicken and even a mac & cheese!

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  3. Cheers Carole! Don't be put off by the amount of rosemary in this--it really works (and I'm not a great fan of the herb either, but this was great!)

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  4. Anything with lamb comes to mind....love, love. love lamb! But I added a bread link :-)

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  5. Rosemary is my favourite herb and it has grown really well.

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  6. Carole, try my rosemary and parmesan popovers. They are so good. I don't want to sound like I am bragging, but they really are so good. I think it is just a great recipe. They were so popular at brunch.

    Thank you for hosting.

    Madonna
    MakeMineLemon

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  7. I adore rosemary! One of my all time favorite herbs, for sure. Thanks for hosting the round-up, as always! :)

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  8. Hi Carole!
    I am linking my homemade sea salt with rosemary and lemon! great for meat dishes, as well as potatoes!

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  9. Thanks Carol. I posted my Oven Roasted Tri-tip with Rosemary. So easy and full of flavor.

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  10. Rosemary Shortbread from Joanne Chang’s "Flour: Spectacular Recipes from Boston’s Flour Bakery + Café" are one of the best cookies ever! They have such a light texture that they melt in your mouth!

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  11. Hi, Carole, and all,
    The link for my Ma's Stuffed Chicken, Maltese Style (# 35) is a meal in one and also has a link for her baked rabbit recipe - which also has a link for another two of Ma's recipes for rabbit and her Green Bean Salad recipe.
    Enjoy!

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  12. Thanks for hosting! Have a great weekend!

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  13. This is an easy recipe and wrapped in parchment paper it has no clean up.

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  14. This one is perfect. I have a rosemary bush that won't stop growing. It's in the perfect sun trap and can't be tamed so I try to add rosemary into as many dishes as I can. Can't say I'm winning the battle!

    This time I've added a Coconut Lime & Rosemary Syrup Cake. Cheers xx

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  15. Thanks Carole! Have a great weekend!!!

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  16. Hi Carole~ We aren't big fans of Rosemary, but it is wonderful in Focaccia Bread! Have a fantastic week!! Lynn

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  17. Happy Friday Carole! oops I missed to post last week's Indian inspired dishes!

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  18. Love this week's Food on Friday! So many great recipes :)

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  19. Love that you chose rosemary this time!

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  20. So many inspiring recipes, both sweet and savory!

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  21. I'd feel bereft it there was no rosemary growing in my garden! Such a great herb to add with garlic to roasted potato chips.

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  22. Love the fragrance of rosemary! Thankful it grows well in my garden and I have a constant supply.

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  23. Rosemary is one of my favorite herbs! While food is not the reason we picked the name, my baby that is due in about a week is named Rosemary! I will have to keep this page on hand for recipes for her baptism celebration and/or first birthday.

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  24. Late as usual! Thanks, Carole. I have two huge rosemary plants and can never keep up with them. This should help me out!

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers