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Margaret Pilgrim

Margaret Pilgrim

I grew up  in artichoke country + plants in backyard, etc     Until recently I have soaked them raw in salt water, to encourage any critters to exit, used kitchen shears to cut off barb on each leaf, boiled them in salted water, serve with mayo or aioli.

 

In modern times, I simply rinse them and boil in fresh water.    Like last night796184232_ScreenShot2020-09-09at8_27_11AM.thumb.png.0dfbc7ff8a03e15198c70572c4da9ae7.png

 

Trimmed with aioli  

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Margaret Pilgrim

Margaret Pilgrim

I grew up  in artichoke country + plants in backyard, etc     Until recently I have soaked them raw in salt water, to encourage any critters to exit, used kitchen shears to cut off barb on each leaf, boiled them in salted water, serve with mayo or aioli.

 

In modern times, I simply rinse them and boil in fresh water.    Like last night796184232_ScreenShot2020-09-09at8_27_11AM.thumb.png.0dfbc7ff8a03e15198c70572c4da9ae7.png

 

This is the most basic.

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