Tea Time Sugar "Cubes"... Mix granulated sugar with a little water so that it becomes sticky, but not dissolved. Add food color one drop at a time into the sugar and continue stirring until the desired color is created. (The color becomes brighter as it dries.) Press firmly into a silicon mold filling half way so that the "cubes" will not be too large. Allow to dry overnight.
Rosemary Coals Instead of making a marinade with rosemary for grilling, place the herb right on the coals. The smoke enhances food in the same way burning wood chips does. Once the coals are uniformly gray and ashy, loosely cover them with fresh rosemary branches (be careful not to burn your hands). Almost any meat or vegetable will benefit from this savory smoking.