A question about a recipe: Luciana's Porchetta

I have a question about the ingredient "chopped rosemary" on the recipe "Luciana's Porchetta" from Aliwaks. It doesn't specify whether this is fresh or dried rosemary…anybody tried this recipe? What did you use?

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Recipe question for: Luciana's Porchetta

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SKK
SKK January 19, 2012

In the testing notes it says fresh rosemary.

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bethgirl
bethgirl January 19, 2012

Thanks! (Obviously, I didn't read far enough…)

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SKK
SKK January 19, 2012

No worries - one of the things I love about Food52 questions and answers.

ChefJune
ChefJune January 19, 2012

I used fresh. This dish is FABulous. going to make it again very soon.

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bethgirl
bethgirl January 20, 2012

I picked up fresh at the Farmers' Market last night when I got my roast. Going to make the marinate tonight and cook this weekend. Glad to hear it's FABulous! I love fabulous!!! :-)

Andrew K
Andrew K January 22, 2012

I put all the spices, including dried rosemary, in a spice grinder and pulsed for a couple seconds. Worked great! Also, I subbed bacon for the pancetta--not quite as elegant, but still tasty and helped provide a juicy roast.

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Andrew K January 22, 2012

I put all the spices, including dried rosemary, in a spice grinder and pulsed for a couple seconds. Worked great! Also, I subbed bacon for the pancetta--not quite as elegant, but still tasty and helped provide a juicy roast.

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bethgirl
bethgirl January 23, 2012

I made this recipe this weekend, and it was delicious! I pulsed the spices in the food processor a bit…turned out just fine. It was a great roast…nice and juicy with delicious flar.

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