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Rosemary is a perennial woody herb, which grows in temperate and Mediterranean climates. The thin needle-like leaves are used in cooking. They have a bitter, astringent taste, which complements oily foods, such as lamb and oily fish.

Rosemary can also be used a flavoring in bread such as foccaccia.

You can put whole branches of the plant on to the hot coals of a barbecue to flavor the food being cooked, or strip off the leaves and use the stem as a skewer for kebabs (but you will need to pierce a hole in the food with a real skewer first).

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