- n. Plural form of artichoke.
“FRENCH ARTICHOKES, sometimes known as _globe artichokes, California artichokes_, and _cardoons_, are related to the family of thistles.”
“We might buy some asparagus or some zucchini or some artichokes from the vegetable vender just beyond.”
“On another unrelated note: any opinions on Jerusalem artichokes aka sunchokes as a good/not so good vegetable in a low carb diet?”
“She has also seen recipes pairing it with artichokes, which is something she wants to try.”
“We are having jambalaya, someone's bringing stuffed artichokes, which is a popular dish in New Orleans, and corn and crab bisque.”
“Cynar (pronounced "CHEE-nar") is an Italian concoction made with artichokes, which is usually served with club soda and / or orange juice and ice.”
“Unexpected details enliven familiar dishes, such as artichokes braised in olive oil that are topped with fresh mint, toasted almonds and shavings of Parmigiano Reggiano.”
“There’s no getting around the fact that trimming the artichokes is a major pain, something to be done only when the season inspires or when enough time has passed that you’ve forgotten the curses you uttered the last time you did it.”
“Serrated knives are also good for cutting pastry, and vegetables such as artichokes or squash, according to Patterson.”
“For some people, vegetables such as artichokes, asparagus, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and onions can cause bloating and gas.”
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