The book made meat and onion kabobs, I added onion, green pepper and celery sliced about 1/4" thick on a diagonal.
LOVE the shopping list they included, look at the very first thing on the list-they know how to party in Germany!!!
The chapter on sausage is exciting because the items start with ground meat and you actually make homemade sausage!
Overall this was a fun book to read through, there are a few minor things that get lost in translation, like while we're used to S&P to taste they'll add things like salt, pepper and chili powder to the end of recipes. But I'm thrilled they sent me a copy and I see Sauerkraut Pancakes in my near future!
Sweet and Sour Chicken Kabobs-from Grilling Like A Champion
Note: I don't know how much a bunch of rosemary is... I made a half batch and just added 1/2 tsp fresh minced rosemary. Got to thinking later... maybe they just lay the whole stem of the rosemary in the marinade??? Don't know but I can say mine wasn't overly rosemary-ish...
Try something new just for fun and have a happy day:@)