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Suzanne

Must try that!

Freya

I stuffed some Artichokes once, they are very fiddly to do but worth it, I think. Once you get over being prickled by those sharp outer leaves! Also, they look beautiful!

Pirk

I've never seen them prepared this way before. My DH just boils them somehow and then eats. Me? no, have not tasted any atichokes yet. Can you believe it?

Elle

Those really are enormous, but beautiful. When you stuff and steam them, does the stuffing crisp up at all? I usually just steam them and do the dip thing, too, but these look amazing.

scout

Oh YUM!!!

Helen

We have artichokes often also. I love then steamed and dipping the leaves in a simple vinaigrette. March through May is the perfect season first artichokes, great buy!

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