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This was okay, but I was disappointed as I couldn't taste any rosemary or orange for that matter. I brought it to a pot luck and half of it was still left over.

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ShaGun August 18, 2008

I made this with 5 eggs and used lavender in place of the rosemary. I find the 2 very interchangeable. I use orange blossom flower water. An 1 cup of powdered sugar was used for the glaze. I loved the honey and lavender flavor. If making 3 months I suggest wrapping very good and freezing without the glaze. I garnished with orange rind and lavender. Thanks for posting.

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Rita~ October 01, 2007

I made this cake with 2 eggs and it is very soft and delicious. I googled this recipe and found an almost exact recipe. It states 5 eggs. I'm going to try it out with 5 eggs later. Just posting this for anyone who would like to try this recipe.

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V'nut-Beyond Redemption August 17, 2005

Is this recipe correctly entered? The recipe calls for "eggs" and yet only one is listed in the ingredients. It also says orange peel, which is not listed at all in the ingredients. I love the idea of rosemary and orange, but would like the correct amounts please.

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AKQ February 09, 2005

I've always been a huge fan of rosemay. This had a very delicate rosemary flavour and complimented the orange flavour wonderfully. The aroma of it cooking was mouth watering. This was a cinch to make. I used just a bit of the orange extract with the orange juice in the glaze, which gave a bit stronger orange flavour. Wonderful recipe Gay. Thank you for posting. It's definatly a keeper. The only thing was that I had to bake it for an additional 20 min. Took a little longer than I expected, but was well worth the wait. LeeAnn

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L. Duch November 21, 2004
Rosemary Orange Pound Cake