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"italian grissini"

i bought a rosemary recently and she lives in my balcony for a week now. having a vegetable or herb alive in a house makes the house a home, i believe. these grissini are the first ones to benefit my lovely rosemary. 

other than rosemary, i also added caraway black seeds (nigella sativa) to some of them. it could be done with fresh basil and/or fresh thyme also. chopped olives can be added too. 

it's best when it is served with some good olive oil(put some freshly chopped herbs in it) and white wine. 

by the way: singular: grissino / plural: grissini

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