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  1. Kitchen Basics
    Well, I really enjoy artichokes and have been buying them canned when on sale. Anyone know of any recipes that does not involve breading them and frying, or mass amounts of cheese or anything fattening. I am looking for low fat tasty ideas.
  2. Kitchen Basics
    Dave's grandmother used to make these, and they were delicious. Unfortunately I don't have the recipe, and I'd love to make them for the kids. Anyone have a recipe that you've tried and liked? TIA :chef2:
  3. Homesteading and gardening
    We used to eat these all the time when we lived in Israel (I lived there 10 years, dh was born and raised there), but we can't seem to find them here at all. I got a seed catalog the other day that had some Jerusalem artichokes, and I got very excited. It seems they are super easy to grow, and...
  4. Kitchen Basics
    um. ok, i bought them. i brought them home. put em in the what? I haven't a clue how to cook these things. I'd like to make a creamy asta dish with one and a dip with the other. can somone point me first to a how-to with pics about how to use an artichoke, and then to recipes?
  5. Kitchen Basics
    Tuna Panini With Artichokes and Olives 4 crusty dinner rolls 1 6-oz. can tuna in spring water, drained ½ red bell pepper, stem, seeds, and tough white rib removed 1 6-oz. jar marinated artichoke hearts, drained and halved lengthwise 12 Kalamata olives, pitted and quartered lengthwise 4 very...
  6. Kitchen Basics
    Basically, you cut off the prickly ends, pound them upside on the counter to "open the leaves" somewhat, then fill in-between the leaves with a breadcrumb/parm cheese/garlic mixture, pour small amount of olive oil on each stuffed artichoke, then place in a pan with approx 2" water, cover and...
  7. Kitchen Basics
    Do you like them? What do you dip them in? I LOVE them I like them dipped in mayo They are on sale at Ralph's 67 cents this week! Wonder if they are freezable?
  8. Kitchen Basics
    4 - 6 artichokes, trimmed 1 cup (250 ml) bread crumbs 1/4 cup (60 ml) grated Parmesan cheese 1/4 cup (60 ml) chopped parsley 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 rib celery, finely chopped 2 Tbs (30 ml) capers, chopped (optional) 1 Tbs (15 ml) chopped anchovies or anchovy paste (optional) Salt and...
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