Check out this festive charcuterie spread loaded with red and green hues, and homemade rosemary shortbreads cut out in the shape of trees.
Get your cocktail shakers out, because I’ve got a boozy grapefruit, rosemary, and vodka drink recipe for you!
According to history, Luciano Pancaldo, a baker from Ferrara, a town in the north of Italy developed this bread inspired by the bread recipe for D’Este family, the rulers of Ferrara. Their bread was full of rosemary and had light crumb and golden crust, decorated with salt which resembles diamonds.
Roast a big batch of these spicy maple rosemary nuts and keep some for your winter gatherings and give the rest as delicious gifts with a bottle of wine to match.
Garlic rosemary steak and potato stacks are perfectly crispy served with a red wine blue cheese sauce to be a classy new take on the traditional steak and potatoes.
Chewy on the inside, crisp on the outside, this focaccia requires a few rises, but the time is worth it for a delicious Italian bread.
Add a new flavor to your champagne. Celebrate an event with a pomegranate and rosemary infusion.
Olive rosemary focaccia is a real treat. Fragrant rosemary and salty olives lend a deep and rich flavor to this bread that can be enjoyed at anytime.
Pear and Rosemary Focaccia is simple yet flavorful and filling. The unique combination of flavors is sure to leave you wanting more.
Cheddar and parmesan load up this buttery dough for a delightful bread with a hint of rosemary.
Ideal with a smoked sage salt or a garlic aioli, these polenta sticks are wonderfully…
Inspired by the famous Tuscan butcher, Dario Cecchini, these meatballs are freshly ground and served medium-rare, skewered with rosemary.
Grape, Onion and Rosemary Focaccia is a blend of savory and sweet. When roasted, the…
When you’re having the kind of meal that is crying out for bread to go alongside it, why not make your own? This no-knead rosemary focaccia bread takes just one hour to make from start to finish.
A tender pork roast is easily made exciting with a simple balsamic glaze and fresh rosemary.
The layered potato cake with rosemary is sure to be a holiday hit, affordable to make, and will impress even your pickiest eaters.
Serve a new mashed potato dish this year. Twice baked yukon gold mashed potatoes with rosemary and cheese are creamy, delicious and sure to be a hit.
Easily cure salmon with vodka and salt and add favorite flavors of lemon, juniper, and rosemary. Serve as a holiday appetizer on a crostini, with fennel, mustard or crème fraîche.
Simple frozen blueberries, vodka, lemon juice and agave muddled together create a beautiful cocktail fit for the holiday season.
Roasted with a blueberry balsamic, rosemary, mustard, and dried figs, this turkey is beautiful and a stunning flavor combination, not boring turkey.
Celebrate the holiday season with a perfectly paired, affordable Rioja wine and a tender garlic and rosemary crusted beef roast.
A savory custard tart is filled with fresh rosemary, a hint of dried lavender, and a handful of blue cheese before being topped with sweet roasted figs. A stunning combination of flavors.
Chicken skewers on the barbecue receive a French makeover with leeks and potatoes lathered up in a Dijon Garlic Rosemary Sauce.
Simple, buttery biscuits are amped up with creamy blue cheese and a hint of rosemary. The savory combination is perfect at any meal.
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This bread goes from an idea to beautiful side to soup in an hour. Similar to a biscuit, the dense dough has subtle rosemary flavors perfect with berry jam.
A sweet and tangy fudge with a fresh hint of rosemary to beautifully complement the orange flavors.
Peel, chop, toss and bake. These “fries” are simple to create, flavorful, and even easier to polish off an entire pan.
Lemon zest with tomatoes and olives give this halibut and potato gratin a great Mediterranean flavor. Who says fresh, good eating had to be boring?
Take the time to try this homemade bread that pairs two delicious flavors for a no-knead recipe that rises overnight.
Fresh rosemary and balsamic vinegar give this robust garlic bean dip special flavor.
This traditional rosemary focaccia bread is at least as soft as it looks and for sure as delicious as one that you’d find in a bakery in Italy.
Sausage rolls are a classic Aussie food, but these are not your average store variety. The pork is flavored with caramelized leeks, macadamias, and apricots
Perhaps not as sexy as chocolate, but these cupcakes are delicious. They are moist, earthy and chock full of goodness to make you smile from the inside out.
No recipe is required for this impressive dish. Simply clean the fish, fill with lemon slices, fresh rosemary sprigs, garlic cloves, and bake until done.
The perfect combo of sweet summer fruit and aromatic rosemary. Maple syrup, dark brown sugar, and gluten free flours, bakes into a dark hued delicacy.
Don’t let the fun word ‘Spatchcocked’ scare you; all it means is that the back of the chicken is cut away from the legs, thighs and breast, so it lays flat.
Strawberry jam folds into mascarpone and olive oil gelato. Steeped in rosemary for an added touch of sophisticated flavor, this gelato is a summer treat.
Crisp, baked sweet potato fries are magical with fresh rosemary and a dash of cinnamon. Add some spice and dip in guacamole, garlic aioli, or balsamic.
Creamy mayonnaise, once mastered, can be used as a delicious sauce for sandwiches, grilled meats, and vegetables. Try these three flavorful aiolis.
Grilled or roasted, peaches are a fuzzy icon of summer flavors. With rosemary and honey, this recipe is a delicious dessert served with vanilla ice cream.
Simple focaccia is a great sandwich bread and a blank canvas for a variety of herbs, zests, and other flavorings.
Welcome spring with these flavorful muffins with a touch of rosemary.
Roasted olives are perfect as an appetizer or a pre-dinner snack. The citrus and rosemary subtly complement the olives’ flavor perfectly.
This roasted carrot side dish is perfect for an easy weeknight meal but also elegant enough for a dinner party. The honey caramelizes during the roasting process and gives the carrots a bit of sweetness to balance out the kosher salt.
This bean dip is surprisingly creamy from the soft combination of white beans with olive oil and keeps well in the refrigerator.
This gorgeously looking bread brings the smells and flavors of the Mediterranean right into your own home.
The trick here, as with any focaccia, is to use the highest quality olive oil that you can find.
This aromatic savory quick bread makes a great snack or pairs perfectly with chili or stew.
Pumpkin gets back to its savory roots in a one-dish dinner with roasted chicken drumsticks.
There’s a lot to love in this galette from the flakey sour cream pastry to the mushrooms deglazed with sherry to the tangy, ripened goat cheese.
Serve this recipe a la mode with your favorite ice cream for a delicious dessert.
Reyka, Iceland’s first ever preciously small-batched vodka, is truly a product of its environment, with a distillery process involving glacial spring water, lava rocks, and geothermal energy from nearby hot springs
This focaccia is surprisingly simple to make and makes a delicious replacement for a basic dinner roll.
This vanilla cake is soft and moist yet hearty and has a tender outer crisp.
Another great success for the event Manhattan Cocktail Classic in NYC.
This juicy, flavorful chicken is made in the oven and ready from start to finish in 45 minutes. Enjoy!
Rosemary being intensely aromatic perfectly accentuates this purple tuber united with the characteristic pungency of garlic.
A whirr in the food processor with lemon zest, lemon juice and more fresh rosemary resulted in this silky smooth delicious and nutritious dip
This bread is hearty, like a thick Sicilian pizza due to the toppings. It is also one of the quickest, easiest breads you’ll ever make.