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Smell of Rosemary – Butterfly Turkey 0

Butterfly Turkey

Thanksgiving can be a big hassle, especially when you need to roast a large bird. For years, I made a brined turkey, and they always came out from the oven beautifully baked, golden brown...

Smell of Rosemary – Stuffed Turkey Breast 0

Stuffed Turkey Breast

If you make a decision to not cook the whole bird this year, here is a recipe for you. Tender, juicy and cooked to perfection turkey breast, stuffed with bread stuffing and wrapped in...

Smell of Rosemary - Pork with Cabbage and Apples 0

Pork with Cabbage and Apples

As you can see, I am really in favor of one-pot dishes lately, when your vegetables and meat mingle together and create a wonderful meal. This time, a large Dutch oven, a work-horse in...

Smell of Rosemary - Chile and Cornbread Pie 0

Chile and Cornbread Pie

Love this one-pan dish, it is fast and easy to make and it will feed a crowd; and, it is also budget-friendly. One more great idea to use for ground beef. If by any chance...

Smell of Rosemary – Afghan Pumpkin Stew 0

Afghan Pumpkin Stew

Fragrant and full of exotic flavors, pumpkin stew is a favorite main dish for cold fall evenings. The original name is Borani Kadoo and this recipe originates from Afghan cuisine. Served with garlic yogurt, it...

Smell of Rosemary - Quinoa with Herbs and Scallops - Top 0

Quinoa with Herbs and Scallops

Nutritious and  flavorful quinoa is served with sweet and juicy scallops in this easy and fast idea for weeknight supper. Recipe originally contained almonds, which I substituted for with pumpkin seeds because of allergies in my...

Smell of Rosemary - Creamy Pasta with Peas and Asparagus - Top 0

Creamy Pasta with Peas and Asparagus

This fettuccine pasta infused with healthy green vegetables, two kinds of cheese, pancetta and fresh herbs is a taste treat that will inspire you to make this two-cheese pasta again and again. Ingredients 2...