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Shriver wrote about Rosemary in his book Fully Alive . “She grew up in a time where there was enormous shame surrounding children with special needs,” he said. Shriver is the son of Rosemary’s sister, Eunice Shriver. “People didn’t want to admit it.”

Rosemary struggled with rages and ran away in the middle of the night. At 18, she was still at the fourth-grade level while her...

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  1. Rosemary is an aromatic evergreen shrub with leaves similar to hemlock needles. It is native to the Mediterranean and Asia, but is reasonably hardy in cool climates.
  2. Rosemary is one of those wonderful herbs that makes a beautiful ornamental plant as well as a versatile culinary seasoning. Its Latin name, Rosmarinus officinalis, means "dew of the sea," and rosemary is most closely associated with the cooking of the Mediterranean region.
  3. Rosemary's intense, fragrant aroma has traditionally been paired with lamb, chicken and game, but it's also suited to fish and bean dishes. Its shrub has light blue or pink flowers and dark green, needle-like leaves that are silver on the underside.
  4. Looking like a small sprig from an evergreen tree the wonderful smell and assertively pine-like fragrance and pungent flavor of rosemary goes a long way to flavor to chicken, lamb, pork, salmon and tuna dishes as well as many soups and sauces.
  5. The most interesting health benefits of rosemary include its ability to boost memory, improve mood, lowers the risk of Alzheimer’s and cancer, reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and protect the immune system.The herb also helps stimulate circulation, detoxify the body, protect the body from bacterial infections, prevent premature aging, and heal skin conditions.
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Antioxidant rosemary extracts have a long tradition of use in processed fish and meat products due to their ability to extend both flavour and colour stability. Following approval in 2010, they are listed as food...
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