So after writing yesterday’s post about my garden I went a little crazy pinning rosemary recipes left and right. I’m so excited to try some of these out! Rosemary is really easy to grow in a container if you have any outdoor space available and adds a really delicious touch (plus I love the look of it. So sculptural!).
We would be all over this.
I love steak bust must confess that I don’t make it often, partly because it’s pricey and partly because I don’t feel confident cooking it. Maybe I’ll give this recipe a try for a special occasion!
We love potatoes and I think Jack would have a lot of fun pulling apart these thin slices.
YUM. This is the kind of thing I would make for a small party, but it looks as easy to put together as any everyday snack!
I’m always looking for interesting ways to cook vegetables since I’m usually the only one eating them. This roasted cauliflower look delicious!
Be still my beating heart! How perfect would these be on a spring or summer day?
I’m thinking I need to plant a lemon tree, since lemon and rosemary seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly. My mom has a Meyer lemon tree and has been really happy with it.
I’m so making this as soon as the weather gets hot. Dare I say you could just add vodka for something a little stronger?
I’ve been wanting to make these! Perfect party food.
We love chickpeas and almost always have a can in the pantry. I bet this would be delicious with fresh tomatoes in the summer.
I love using natural home deodorizers to fight back against my three stinky pets (and I guess us three humans don’t always smell like roses either). I’ve done oranges and vanilla before but never lemon and rosemary. I’m putting lemons on my grocery list so I can try it this weekend.
If you don’t like rosemary, sorry! I can’t find the recipe right now but I’ve also put it on roasted chicken before and it was DELISH. I’m not sure I ever met an herb that I didn’t like. I love cooking with lots of flavor. I use so much garlic in so many dishes I cook that I can barely even detect the flavor anymore; and even though Nick isn’t crazy about them onions go into everything as well (he’s fine with them as long as they’re cooked down and no longer crunchy).