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Marinated Artichokes 

These artichokes are excellent in salads, with cold cuts, or as part of an antipasto assortment. The artichokes will last at least two w...

by Michele Scicolone


Baby Artichokes with Lemon and Olive Oil

This recipe is adapted from one in Eugenia Bone's excellent book Well-Preserved. These artichokes and the Roasted Red Peppers are the onl...

by Liana Krissoff


Veal Francese with Artichoke Hearts

Have the butcher filet two veal cutlets under 1/2" thick. Pound them with the back of a frying pan or a mallet if they are thicker.Drain ...

by Marlon Braccia


Grilled Artichokes

The high, dry heat of the grill brings out a vegetable’s natural sweetness. Conventional wisdom holds that the best vegetables for grill...

by Steven Raichlen


Raw Artichoke Salad

Artichokes are the unopened flower buds of a perennial thistle that belongs to the daisy family. While getting to the artichoke hearts in...

by Poopa Dweck


Bronzed Artichokes

This, two-step preparation yields exceptionally tender artichokes. You can do the smoking several days in advance of the steaming and ser...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison



Skip this recipe if you don’t own a microwave oven. Before I bought one, I’d indulge my love of fresh artichokes only on weekends when I ...

by Michele Urvater

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Raw Artichoke Salad with Mint and Feta Vinaigrette

Artichokes are one of my all-time favorite vegetables. In the Mediterranean they come into season in the early spring, between mid- to la...

by Diane Kochilas


Artichoke Hearts with Onion, Balsamic Vinegar, and P...

Frozen artichoke hearts are a reward for those of us who love big globe artichokes but don’t always have the time to trim and cook fresh...

by Leslie Revsin


Roast Artichokes with Tomato and Garlic

This is such a simple accompaniment but very colorful and tasty

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


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