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  1. photo <b>Artichokes</b>ArtichokesArticle
    Contents: Season for Artichokes Artichokes Described How to Buy and Store Artichokes How to Cook Artichokes Health Benefits of Artichokes Why Buy Natural and Organic Artichokes SeasonRead more
  2. photo <b>Artichokes</b>: Cooking The Edible ThistleArtichokes: Cooking The Edible ThistleArticle
    A member of the thistle family, artichokes are starting to appear in farmers markets and in CSA baskets, but if you’ve never cooked with artichokes before, they might seem intimidating. It’s trueRead more
  3. photo Quartano’s New Orleans <b>Artichokes</b>Quartano’s New Orleans ArtichokesRecipe
    to stuffed artichokes New Orleans style. When cooked properly these artichokes do not need any accompanying dipping sauce. The olive oil and herbs add enough wonderful fresh flavors. Serves 4 Ingredients: 2Read more
  4. photo Spinach And <b>Artichokes</b>: A Dip with A HeartSpinach And Artichokes: A Dip with A HeartRecipe
    before dinner. It’s easy to make ahead of time and simply slip under the broiler when your first guests arrive to a perfectly melted cheesy topping. And the use of organic spinach and artichokes makesRead more
  5. photo Jerusalem <b>Artichokes</b> Through & ThroughJerusalem Artichokes Through & ThroughArticle
    If you frequent your local farmers market, you may have seen something that looks a bit like a cross between ginger root and a yam called a Jerusalem artichoke. This tuber, also known as a sunrootRead more
  6. Mustard W/ Artichoke HeartsRecipe
    use picked artichokes, but you can also use canned ones or cut your own from fresh artichokes. Weights & measures ingredients 1c Artichoke Hearts 1tsp MustardRead more
  7. photo Grilled <b>Artichokes</b> Recipe with GremolataGrilled Artichokes Recipe with GremolataRecipe
    Grilled artichokes are especially good when they are small and tender. The smaller the artichoke, the shorter the cooking time. To test when the ’chokes are soft enough to eat, insert a sharpRead more
  8. photo Easy Holiday <b>Artichoke</b> AppetizersEasy Holiday Artichoke AppetizersArticle
    ingredients. We’re featuring two of Lee’s holiday recipes today. Feta-Stuffed Artichoke Bottoms are satisfying Mediterranean-inspired appetizers, so be sure to make plenty. Bacon-Wrapped Artichoke Hearts (seeRead more
  9. photo Cream of Jerusalem <b>Artichoke</b> SoupCream of Jerusalem Artichoke SoupRecipe
    Jerusalem Artichokes are tubers and are also known as sunchokes and come from a sunflower species. The flower blooms throughout the summer and the tubers are harvested and in season from OctoberRead more
  10. photo <b>Artichokes</b> and spinach hamburgersArtichokes and spinach hamburgersArticle
    Tasty and healthy   Ingredients: 3 cooked artichokes 250g cooked spinach 1 egg 1/2 cup bread crumbs Salt Pepper 3 tablespoons olive oil Preparation: Place the artichoke and spinachRead more

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The globe artichoke (Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus) is a variety of a species of thistle cultivated as a food. The edible portion of the plant consists of the flower buds before the flowers come into bloom. The budding artichoke flower-head is a cluster of many budding small flowers (an inflorescence) together with many bracts, on an edible base. Once the buds bloom the structure changes to...More