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Rosemary: It’s Not Always About Cooking

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There’s more to it than just a kitchen herb.

Charmingly fragrant rosemary herb is the perfect potherb to have in your kitchen garden. It is one of the recognized herbs for its note-worthy health benefiting phyto-nutrients, anti-oxidants, and essential acids.Looking like a small sprig from an evergreen tree the wonderful smell and assertively pine-like fragrance and pungent flavor of rosemary goes a long way to flavor to chicken, lamb, pork, salmon and tuna dishes as well as many soups and sauces. As an evergreen, rosemary is available throughout the year. But who knows, there’s more to it that just a kitchen herb. Read the article recipe below and check out how an ordinary Rosemary became extra ordinary when lemon as added.

This Lemon Rosemary Potpourri is what I’m loving in my house right now! I love the smell of citrus and fresh herbs. It is so fresh and clean smelling and makes my house smell amazing. They are so perfect together!

The ingredients are simple, fresh lemons, fresh rosemary sprigs and water. Of course, I also love to add a vanilla bean from time to time for a bit of a different fragrance on special occasions.

With both of my potpourri recipes, you’ll want to keep the water topped off on your saucepan if you heat it on the stovetop. Otherwise, I recommend using a small slow cooker that will allow you to toss everything in without worrying about forgetting to add water throughout the day.

Here is my Lemon Rosemary Potpourri recipe. Make it soon. You’ll feel like you are in a spa!

Lemon Rosemary Potpourri
Author: Robyn Stone | Add a Pinch

Prep time: 5 mins
Total time: 5 mins
Lemon Rosemary Potpourri leaves your home smelling fresh, clean and beautiful.
2 lemons, quartered or sliced
3 sprigs fresh rosemary
1 vanilla bean, optional
Toss lemon slices and rosemary sprigs into a small saucepan. Cover with water, plus about 3 inches.
Heat over low heat and allow to simmer, refilling water throughout the day as needed. Each day, replace spent ingredients with fresh.
Alternately, use a small slow cooker

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