Shall I add some rosemary?

@marguicha (81572)
Chile
April 26, 2016 11:05am CST
Hi dear lotters, although I cannot talk about morning. It is noon again. Yesterday, thanks to you, I made my 30 cents. Today I wanted to come here earlier but "man proposes..." I called my cousin, the one I invited to come with my aunt on Thursday for lunch. He said he was coming tomorrow so I decided to cook Thursday´s lunch now. I am having chicken on tomato sauce. I wonder whether I should add a rosemary sprig or maybe some olives. I want to cook something a little bit different from what I cooked during my vacations. I am glad that the main dish will be done in advance. Then we can talk with my cousin the day before and I will not be worried over the meal. Would rosemary do? I did add some bay leaves from my garden.
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@quantum2020 (8369)
• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Apr 16
I would add olives to the dish. Although, I haven´t eaten chicken with tomato sauce in years, I think it will have a good taste with the olives.
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Apr 16
@marguicha That opens my appetite!
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@Morleyhunt (16527)
• Canada
26 Apr 16
I'm babysitting my granddaughter today. She had helped me bake brownies and mak some homemade Macaroni and Cheese for lunch.
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@marguicha (81572)
• Chile
26 Apr 16
How old is she?
@amadeo (47715)
• United States
26 Apr 16
I would not add to it.Too sweet for me.A touch of parsley is good.
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@marguicha (81572)
• Chile
26 Apr 16
I´ll see if I have some.
@Marcyaz (36113)
• United States
26 Apr 16
It is good to make your meal a day ahead of time that gives you more time to talk.
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@marguicha (81572)
• Chile
26 Apr 16
And to be able try try it, just in case it is not too good.
• Greece
26 Apr 16
If you have some basil this would be the best choice in my opinion to go with the tomato sauce. Rosemary is good with lamb. don't add the bay leaves they will spoil the taste. by the way do you know they must be dried before you use them?