I'm staring at about 400 bushels of fresh rosemary in the laundry room.
The original purpose of so much of this herb was that they were in the shape of little Christmas trees last December when we replanted the front landscaping. Over the course of the summer, they have grown from cute topiaries, to a massive flowing forty acre field. And while I love a rosemary-crusted rack of lamb as much as the next gal, I would have to slaughter Old McDonald's farm to use up a fraction of what I have just harvested.
So unless you have an ingenious use that I haven't thought of, here is the plan:
1) Rosemary-infused olive oil and vinegar.
2) Rosemary soap (although I have no idea how to make such a thing.)
4) I've got nothing after that.
Maybe I'll just have to roll them and settle for rosemary cigarettes rather than cloves.