This classic Roman dish includes two of the artichoke’s best friends: fresh herbs and lemon juice. Its simplicity requires the freshest artichokes you can find.
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One of my favorite recipes! Delish!
Artichokes, in almost any form, are a favorite in our house, and, in the spring, the boxes of baby artichokes in the grocery are an irresistible temptation. This recipe makes great use of them. It's an unexpected combination for those who haven't eaten lots of non-tomato based Italian food. Wonderful side dish for company with lamb or even a good beefy roast.The accompanying article on prepping artichokes has some great tips in it.
These artichokes were very tasty, and a great way to serve up my home-grown baby artichokes!
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