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IN SEASON: ROSEMARY

amb and rosemary is a muchloved combination – the smell of cooking juices running over a rosemary-studded leg of lamb as it roasts is a hunger-inducer – but why it works may not be top of mind. Rosemary is resinous, pine-like and assertive, with more than a whiff of camphor (it contains less than 0.5 per cent, but it’s powerful). It adds a savoury note that contrasts with the sweet taste of lamb while

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