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Artichokes anyone? 01 Jun 2007 13:54 #26

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BTW.... Last night: Chokes dipped in Mayo with Thia dressing mixed in! Yummy!

(no smooshing necessary)

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Artichokes anyone? 04 Jun 2007 02:12 #27

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I love artichokes and my mother used to make the most delicious stuffed artichokes you ever tasted. My niece took over the recipe and does them occasionally now. I believe it goes like this.
1. Make a stuffing mixure of seasoned bread crumbs, garlic, and olive oil to make it moist.
2. cut the *****ly tips off and stuff the mixture between the leaves.
3. steam them to death until the leaves are tender. I believe this can take a LONG time.
When you scrape the meat off the leaves you get the suffing along with it. It's unbelivable!

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Artichokes anyone? 06 Jun 2007 01:06 #28

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1 14 ounce can of artichoke hearts, drained and chopped
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/2 cup mayo
2-3 green onions finely chopped
2 tea spoons of green Tabasco sauce.

Preheat oven to 375
In a medium bowl, combine all ingrediants, mix well
transfer to shallow baking dish
cook for 30 minutes
serve with chips or triscut type crackers for dipping.

My advice is to double the ingrediants and also add some small amount of crab meat
I say doubled , cause it won't last long.
I have folks request this each time we are asked to bring an appy.
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Artichokes anyone? 26 Jul 2007 17:49 #29

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take a firm fish ( i use cod, usually), pam some aluminum foil (large piece). place fish on foil. on top on fish put artichokes ( i used the marinaded ones), grape tomatoes, onion, zuchini, squash, season to taste (i use salt, pepper, lemon pepper) and then drizzle olive oil on top. wrap up the foil so that it tightly seals all around. place in oven at 425 for 25mins, or on grille for about 20mins not too high flame.

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Artichokes anyone? 30 Jul 2007 06:12 #30

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Ralph, Now THAT is one I will definitely be trying!

Brad.... I like that too!

Wazoo, that deviates some from the plain ole Arties, but does sound delicious. :arr

I'm hungry..... Be right back... going to the store for more Arties!

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Artichokes anyone? 29 Nov 2007 19:06 #31

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We just bought some Hummus at Costco..... w/ Garden Fresh Mediterranean Hummus Toppers.
This package has the four condiments in a separate container on top. Garlic, Spicy Cilantro, Roasted Red Pepper and Roasted Pine Nuts! You add what you want to your own Hummus dipping dish.
Good stuff! :arr

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Artichokes anyone? 29 Nov 2007 20:57 #32

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Whisky Avacadchoke reminds me that ever since I was, and even in the last few years, I've been know to head out for a head of lettage or cabbuce. Usually I don't fiure it out until I got to bite into a sandwich. Even hear of a Bacon Cabbage and Tomato sandwich.


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Artichokes anyone? 30 Nov 2007 01:01 #33

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Syzygyone;91448 wrote: Whisky Avacadchoke reminds me that ever since I was, and even in the last few years, I've been know to head out for a head of lettage or cabbuce. Usually I don't fiure it out until I got to bite into a sandwich. Even hear of a Bacon Cabbage and Tomato sandwich.


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Never had a Bacon Cabbage and Tomato sandwich, but I was served a peanut butter and jalapeno pepper jelly sandwich. Apparently jalapeno pepper jelly looks pretty similar to apple jelly. Taste-wise, not so much...

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Artichokes anyone? 09 Aug 2008 01:45 #34

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I have had an artichoke pesto sauce that i used for the base of a white pizza. It turned out fantastic. I got mine from "Two Sisters Gourmet" There has got to be a recipe out there so that you could make your own.

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Artichokes anyone? 09 Aug 2008 18:12 #35

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Ohhhhhh noooooooooo! The artichoke lovers are baaaaack!

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Artichokes anyone? 11 Aug 2008 07:19 #36

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Love 'em. Steamed, brushed generously with clarified butter laced with some celery salt, , then baked until the tips start to scorch. Mmmmmmm.

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Artichokes anyone? 11 Aug 2008 19:54 #37

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When I was in high school and baked my first cake from scratch I used tarter sauce thinking it was cream of tarter. Yuck!

When I was in college in NY I bought what I thought was a ham from the butcher shop and prepared it with cloves, orange juice and brown sugar. Turned out it was a pork roast. My roommate dubbed it "hork." Tasted terrible.

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