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  • Dead Rosemary Bush.

    Dead Rosemary Bush.

    We had a rosemary bush die on us in the garden, before I noticed it was dead it was dry and crisp.

    I saved the dead bush to use for lighting the fire only to find out that the whole bush smells or rosemary when burnt, how cool is that?

    A good smoking wood for lamb maybe?
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    Re: Dead Rosemary Bush.

    Hi Brickie,

    I'm told that Greek sheep herders, would sometimes slaughter a lamb and bind wild rosemary around the whole lamb and slow roast. I've been using rosemary as a smoking source for years to smoke meats and poultry, fantastic smoked turkey is unbeatable.

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      Re: Dead Rosemary Bush.

      I sometimes like to throw on a few rosemary stalks on the coals just for the aroma.
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