My new creation Artichoke....

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2013/02/01 13:33:45 (permalink)

My new creation Artichoke....

Artichoke, Garlic, Parmesean, Meatball Soup, cream based. Is this stuff fantastic? Ah, yes it is!
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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:My new creation Artichoke.... 2013/02/01 13:47:56 (permalink)
    chewingthefat

    Artichoke, Garlic, Parmesean, Meatball Soup, cream based. Is this stuff fantastic? Ah, yes it is!

    Thumbs up to the artichoke, garlic and parmesan in a cream base. But I'm not keen on the idea of meatballs in there. Meatballs in a cream anything seems like a no-no.
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    Re:My new creation Artichoke.... 2013/02/01 16:27:29 (permalink)
    I suppose it would depnd on the flavoring.  The Artichoke is pretty delicate..must of anything is gonna overwhelm it.  CTF.you usine the hearts cut up?.Doing anything to them first?  And if the meatballs are mostly poprk or veal, it might be better than beef
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    Re:My new creation Artichoke.... 2013/02/01 16:29:18 (permalink)
    Hm... not for my taste.
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    Re:My new creation Artichoke.... 2013/02/01 17:50:17 (permalink)
    No to the meatball, but yes to everything else.
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    Re:My new creation Artichoke.... 2013/02/01 17:58:06 (permalink)
    FriedClamFanatic

    I suppose it would depnd on the flavoring.  The Artichoke is pretty delicate..must of anything is gonna overwhelm it.  CTF.you usine the hearts cut up?.Doing anything to them first?  And if the meatballs are mostly poprk or veal, it might be better than beef

    Marinated but fully drained hearts. the meatballs are small and IMO really add a balance to the softness of the Artichoke.

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    Re:My new creation Artichoke.... 2013/02/03 17:23:25 (permalink)
    Don't throw out that marinade!
    I use it for sauteing onions, garlic, etc when making a quick pasta sauce.
     
    Another no to the meatballs.
     
    You really need a new photographer!
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    Re:My new creation Artichoke.... 2013/02/03 17:44:55 (permalink)
    2nd the photographer, I loved your early on photos Chewy!!
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    Re:My new creation Artichoke.... 2013/02/03 17:50:51 (permalink)
    I thought he fired her.
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    Re:My new creation Artichoke.... 2013/02/26 11:28:43 (permalink)
    mar52

    Don't throw out that marinade!
    I use it for sauteing onions, garlic, etc when making a quick pasta sauce.

    Another no to the meatballs.

    You really need a new photographer!

    OK I see no pic...
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