Rosemary in our A-Z - Cooking Index
Rosemary is a hardy bushy perennial shrub with aromatic, evergreen leaves and pale-blue flowers around the stem.
Rosemary is used primarily in Italy in lamb, pork, chicken, and rabbit dishes. Rosemary also adds flavour to other dishes such as soups, stews and vegetable's
Rosemary has a tea like aroma and a piney flavour.
Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean. Today it is widely produced in France, Spain, and Portugal. The herb was also introduced to britain by the romans.
Rosemary essential oil is used to alleviate headaches and migraines, and as a general pain reliever for muscles. It can be used as a hear tonic to help normalize blood pressure. It is also used in vaporizer to clear the head and chest and to get rid of chest infections.