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rosemary

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Cooking, Plants
rosemaryrose‧ma‧ry /ˈrəʊzməri $ ˈroʊzmeri/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 DFCHBPthe narrow leaves of a bush, used as a herb, or the bush that these leaves come from
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rosemaryThe tang of some wild herb hung in the air: rosemary perhaps.There are now special preparations, based on herbs such as peppermint and rosemary, just for feet.Stir in flour, rosemary and sage leaf.Add garlic, rosemary, and 3 cups milk.Throw a few twigs of rosemary, fennel or lavender on to hot coals for extra fragrance.Sometimes, rosemary or balm was added to the bran to counteract the smell of decomposition.Season the buffalo meat with pepper, thyme, rosemary, salt, ground chili, and cumin.Add remaining water, rosemary, thyme and salt; bring to a boil.
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