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July 27, 2006



Yum. I love rosemary. I love the way you can see the rosemary in your dough!

It goes dormant here in the winter, so in the fall I cut the branches off my plant and put them in the freezer. When they're frozen, the leaves just kind of fall off the sticks, and I can use "fresh" rosemary all winter.


I luff lavosh!! Haven't made it in forever, though. My recipe uses sesame seeds and poppy seeds.


I love lavosh too!!! Thanks for your wonderful recipe. Oh I saw the cakes you made from the previous entries... Whao! Professional!


Oh, that looks fabulous. I'd love to have that and a nice chunk of runny cheese. Yum!


Kalyn--I freeze rosemary too! It's the only way I can keep herbs from rotting at my house. Every time I buy them something happens to where I can't use them right away.

Alanna--That's what I love about lavosh--you can add anything you're in the mood for or you have on hand. And it's super quick and easy to make.

Gattina--thanks about the cakes! Hope you enjoy them as I post because I have A LOT of cake pics!

Sher--mmmmm...cheese. Can't go wrong there. Someone else mentioned that it would be a great sub for chips to go with fresh salsa. That sounds great too. Just change the rosemary to cilantro...


Hi, I just found your site through Kalyn's Weekend Herb Blogging round-up. I'll have to try that lavosh, it sounds wonderful.


Welcome! And do try the lavosh. It's so yummy. I love the versatility too. You can do everything from nothing to whatever you have in the way of herbs and it's always delicious.

Tina Davis

Really good! Made without the rosemary, used the cornmeal and some garlic salt, served with hummus. Thank you!


Mmmm...that sounds delicious too!

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