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Synonyms for artichoke

Mediterranean thistlelike plant widely cultivated for its large edible flower head

a thistlelike flower head with edible fleshy leaves and heart

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The commissions will receive funding and practical support from Artichoke.
In my younger years, I once tried to pulverize some artichoke leaves in my kitchen sink disposal and ended up destroying the machine.
Most consumers love artichoke hearts but are missing key nutritional benefits from the outer leaves.
The artichoke, prepared in numerous and delicious ways, is a vegetable that even my three boys love to eat.
1 MARILYN Monroe was crowned Castroville's first Artichoke Queen in California in 1947 before she became famous.
Stuff each artichoke heart with the minced meat and place in a small baking dish with the stuffing facing upwards.
Trim the stalks and peel away the outer leaves so you're just left with the artichoke hearts.
2 One artichoke contains approximately a quarter of the average adult's daily fibre requirements.
The artist revealed that there would be nothing more "sexy" than the 'Desperate Housewives' star posing with a whip and an artichoke.
April 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- - Ocean Mist Farms, the largest fresh artichoke grower in the country, is celebrating the beginning of peak artichoke harvest this spring with a shopper sweepstakes.
Peel tough outer leaves of artichokes, cut stalk 2" from base, cut off top tough part of cone, slice artichoke lengthways into eight.
Summary: With its intricate exterior, the globe artichoke may seem unapproachable, but with a bit of work the inside of this vegetable.
The Jerusalem artichoke has never been a widely grown vegetable, a position shared by its namesake, but no relation, the globe artichoke.
Add a tablespoon of water, cover and simmer until the artichoke is just tender - between one and five minutes.