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Rosemary

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What is it?

This classic herb, with it’s pine needle-like leaves and pine-y scent, is one of the few that’s truly hardy in cold weather, making it the perfect herb for winter cooking. Luckily, its flavors pair well with other cold-weather foods.

How to choose:

Fresh rosemary is now available at most grocery stores. You’ll often see it in packages of 4- to 5-inch sprigs, or as bundles of long, straight branches. Be sure the leaves look fresh, green, and pliable, not dry, brittle, or blackened.

How to store:

Store rosemary in the refrigerator wrapped in a damp dishtowel for up to one week.

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