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Amazing ideas for the adorable vegetable.
Tiny, tender baby artichokes are cute, delicious and easier to prepare than their bigger, tougher brothers because you can eat them whole! Take advantage of baby artichoke’s short but tasty season with these great recipes.
Frying brings out the artichokes’ sweetness. Plus, who doesn’t love something crispy and fried?
Aromatic and beautifully delicate, this is the perfect start to a gorgeous spring dinner.
This healthy, zippy Provencal classic is known as artichokes barigoule. Served over whole-grain brown rice or buckwheat couscous, it makes a lovely vegan main course.
Eat these tangy artichokes as a snack, appetizer or side dish.
Barbara Lynch simmers baby artichokes in an aromatic white wine broth, then stuffs them with a juicy crab salad for a light starter.
Mario Batali sautés sliced baby artichokes with lardo or pancetta, then tosses them with spaghetti for an easy, wine-friendly pasta.
This fresh and crunchy salad from blogger Julia Sherman features baby artichokes, celery and raw mushrooms tossed in an herb-packed vinaigrette and topped with shavings of Parmigiano cheese.
It's classic, it's French and it's the perfect time of year for it.
Chef Daniel Patterson garnishes his comforting winter vegetable sauté with shavings of hard goat cheese.