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May 15, 2009



I am a huge fan of rosemary and potatoes. If I do not do them with rosemary I have found some oregano, lemon juice, and chopped garlic is a beautiful thing too.

Do you know what variety the rosemary was that the vineyard had?

noble pig

Yes, the ride up to Kuleto is so, so scary!

And these potatoes...I can smell the rosemary.

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

What a neat memory! I would love to go wine tasting again soon. The potatoes with rosemary look wonderful!


This is one of our favorite side dishes. Haven't tried onions in ours but like you said, the rosemary is the key anyway.

I'm sure that your rosemary is still 10x better than "fresh" rosemary bought at the store!

The Duo Dishes

Fresh rosemary is a great find. We have a neighbor whose front lawn is covered by 8 or 9 rosemary bushes in a row. We just yank it right off, wash it up and use it in anything!


Just rosemary & potatoes & can't wait for my plant to grow! That's a beautiful picture too!

Fearless Kitchen

Deeba - Thanks! Rosemary is one of my favorite flavors & scents. It always reminds me of summer for some reason.

Duo - Doesn't she object? I'm jealous!

Chris - Well, yes, it is better than that, but so are a lot of things :) My grandmother always used onions when frying potatoes (or just about anything else, come to think of it), so it just seemed automatic to me.

Natasha - I'll freely admit that I'd love to go back again myself. Our friend Rob is trying to put together an excursion to some New Jersey wineries the next time we're down there, and my sister wants to take a long weekend and check out some of the Finger Lakes wineries this fall. Not quite the same, but it will still be a lot of fun!

Noble - it was made scarier by the fact that my husband, who was driving, is terrified of heights. I'm glad it wasn't just us though!

Jeff - I have no idea what variety they were, and I'm not sure that our guide did. They were amazingly fragrant, though.

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