OK, maybe not quite, but this post isn't about Sugar Plums....
Sugaring Rosemary is EXTREMELY simple, if a little Thyme consuming. (har dee har har)
1 Egg White
1 TB Water
Super Fine Sugar (or Baker's Sugar)
Rosemary springs (of course) ;)
Separate the white and save the yolk for something else; then add the water to thin it out.
Whisk lightly with a fork to combine.
NOW comes the time consuming part...
"Paint" the rosemary sprigs with the thinned egg white. (Don't glump it, you just need a thin coating on all the little needles - I warned you it was going to be time consuming - but it's well worth it - You'll see)
Roll and sprinkle with Super Fine sugar.
Set aside, on a paper towel, to dry for at least 12 hours.
Ta Da!! "Frosty Fir Boughs" for your holiday garnishes and decorating needs.
Mangia!! (Although not literally this time; I don't think the rosemary will actually taste particularly delicious)