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  • n. Plural form of artichoke.


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  • FRENCH ARTICHOKES, sometimes known as _globe artichokes, California artichokes_, and _cardoons_, are related to the family of thistles.

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  • We might buy some asparagus or some zucchini or some artichokes from the vegetable vender just beyond.

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  • On another unrelated note: any opinions on Jerusalem artichokes aka sunchokes as a good/not so good vegetable in a low carb diet?

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  • She has also seen recipes pairing it with artichokes, which is something she wants to try.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • For some people, vegetables such as artichokes, asparagus, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and onions can cause bloating and gas. -


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