Thanksgiving Side Dishes: 35 Family-Favorite Recipes for Thanksgiving Sides
Artichokes: From the Field to the Table
We are adding the recipe to your Recipe Box.
This was added to your Recipe Box.
Research has found the artichoke to be one of the best sources of antioxidants in the vegetable category. We can make artichokes in advance, store them in the fridge for up to five days, warm them and enjoy their tasty health benefits!
What To Do:
There are certain favorite foods that most of us are afraid to tackle at home, and only order at restaurants. Artichokes are one of those foods that fit into this category, but I'll change that!
There's so much to say about artichokes! They are:
We can save money by making them ourselves. Here's how they get to your table:
In the sunny California fields, artichokes grow on plants (larger ones on the top, the babies lower down). The harvesters walk the fields, choosing only the cream of the crop, then they’re packed into boxes by size on machines right in the fields, and rushed to the cooling facility to reach the perfect temperature before being sent to supermarket produce counters.
How to prepare and cook artichokes:
Easy enough? Go ahead and eat these as is or with a bit of melted butter. In fact, as a make-ahead, they’ll even keep for up to 5 days in the fridge.
See? Artichokes really are easy and…"OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!®"
Artichoke tips courtesy of Ocean Mist Farms
Your Recently Viewed Recipes
03 02 12