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Rinse artichokes. Cut off the tip of each large leaf with a scissors, so you wont be pricked by the sharp tips when youre eating the leaves. Then with a knife, cut off the top inch or so of the artichoke. Cut off stems if you want; you can pare them and cook them in the pot alongside the artichoke. Baby artichokes, of l/2-inch diameter or less, do not need trimming. Cook immediately after trimming to avoid discoloration. Lemon may be used. After trimming artichokes wash your hands well; they tend to give your fingers a bitter taste and will affect the next food you pick up and eat. Recipe by: Faye Levys INTERNATIONAL VEGETABLE COOKBOOK Posted to MC-Recipe Digest by KitPATh
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Jenstarling 8 months agoWaverush: No, this is not a complete recipe. The title is perfectly clear about that. I suggest that you consider removing your negative review, since it is clearly inappropriatly applied.
waverush 2 years agonot a complete recipe
stevemur 8 years agoI find the needles that poke out of the top of the artichoke leaves a little pokey... I prefer to snip these off with a pair of kitchen scissors before steaming the artichoke.
promfh 8 years agoThis is the classic method for whole artichokes