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Antipasto Braid

We're fans of Mediterranean food, so this play on antipasto is a favorite in my family. Meat and cheese make it a nice, hearty appetizer. —Patricia Harmon, Baden, Pennsylvania
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Mediterranean Spinach & Beans

Mediterranean Spinach & Beans

Mediterranean Spinach & Beans

If you want to make this dish vegetarian, use soy sauce instead of Worcestershire. I like it warm or cold. —Becky Cuba, Spotsylvania, Virginia

Lemony Bacon-Artichoke Dip

Lemony Bacon-Artichoke Dip

Lemony Bacon-Artichoke Dip

Move over, spinach-artichoke dip. Bacon adds an extra layer of smokiness to this fabulous recipe. And you might want to double it-we never any leftovers. Heidi Jobe, Carrollton, Georgia

Antipasto Cups

Antipasto Cups

Antipasto Cups

Meet the appetizer of everyone's dreams. These cups are simple to make, plus you can use different veggies and cheese to make them exactly what you like. —Melissa Beyer, Utica, New York

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Artichoke Beef Steaks

Artichoke Beef Steaks

Artichoke Beef Steaks

Light green artichokes and vibrant pimientos make these colorful steaks perfect for the holiday season. If weather permits, grill the steaks outside and prepare the topping in a skillet as directed.

Artichoke Tomato Bisque

Artichoke Tomato Bisque

Artichoke Tomato Bisque

Tomatoes and roasted sweet red pepper pair up to create a fabulous base for this herb cream soup. Serve it as a first course at holiday dinners and you'll be amazed at the compliments you receive.—Doty Emory, Jasper, Georgia

Spinach Artichoke Pie

Spinach Artichoke Pie

Spinach Artichoke Pie

Spinach is an abundant vegetable grown here in our state. I make this side dish often when spinach is in season.
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Lemon-Studded Artichokes

Lemon-Studded Artichokes

Lemon-Studded Artichokes

For a change-of-pace side dish or appetizer, microwave some artichokes. Lorraine Galazyk of South Surrey, British Columbia flavors them with lemon slices and garlic butter, which is great for dipping.

Sweet and Tangy Pasta Salad

Sweet and Tangy Pasta Salad

Sweet and Tangy Pasta Salad

June Herke WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA I’m a retired farmwife and one of 16 children. I learned lots about cooking from my mother. This recipe is my version of a much simpler one.

Pepper Artichoke Stromboli

Pepper Artichoke Stromboli

Pepper Artichoke Stromboli

"This is a snap to make, thanks to store-bought pizza dough...and the kids love it," writes Andrea Jones of McKinney, Texas. TIP: "You can use just about any pizza topping as filling to suit different tastes," Andrea writes.

Artichoke Tossed Salad

Artichoke Tossed Salad

Artichoke Tossed Salad

I used to care for an elderly woman who loved artichokes, so I created this salad especially for her. Not only is it convenient to make with bottled Italian dressing, but you can dress it up with salad shrimp, too.—Melissa Mosness, Loveland, Colorado

Mediterranean Tilapia

Mediterranean Tilapia

Mediterranean Tilapia

I recently became a fan of tilapia because of its mild taste; it’s also low in calories and fat. Plus, it’s easy to top with my favorite ingredients. —Robin Brenneman, Hilliard, Ohio

Mediterranean Turkey Panini

Mediterranean Turkey Panini

Mediterranean Turkey Panini

The word "panini" refers to a sandwich that is pressed and toasted. I love making paninis for my fellow teachers and friends. For potlucks, make several and cut them into fourths. The sandwiches work well as an appetizer for any occasion. —Martha Muellenberg, Vermillion, South Dakota

Artichoke Blue Cheese Fettuccine

Artichoke Blue Cheese Fettuccine

Artichoke Blue Cheese Fettuccine

Store-bought Alfredo sauce speeds along this flavorful, meatless entree. I use dry pasta, but you can use refrigerated fettuccine to make this recipe even faster.—Jolanthe Erb, Harrisonburg, Virginia

Layered Artichoke Cheese Spread

Layered Artichoke Cheese Spread

Layered Artichoke Cheese Spread

“My sister-in-law brought this to a family party, and it went fast. It feeds a lot, plus it’s so colorful and pretty.” And it takes just 15 minutes to prep! —Gina Artrip, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

Artichoke-Pepperoni Tossed Salad

Artichoke-Pepperoni Tossed Salad

Artichoke-Pepperoni Tossed Salad

Angie Smith of Clarksville, Tennessee modeled this colorful and festive salad after one she and husband Bob first tasted in an Italian restaurant. “It’s so fast, fresh and goes with almost any pasta meal I make,” she says. “It takes only minutes to prepare, and you can vary the recipe by substituting different cheeses or Italian ham. ”

Artichoke Heart Salad

Artichoke Heart Salad

Artichoke Heart Salad

I put together this fast five-ingredient salad after sampling a similar mixture from a salad bar. Bottled Italian dressing gives robust flavor to this simple treatment for canned artichoke hearts. It is a snap to make as a last-minute side dish. -Elizabeth Birkenmaier, Gladstone, Missouri

Roasted Potatoes and Artichokes

Roasted Potatoes and Artichokes

Roasted Potatoes and Artichokes

Potato wedges and artichoke hearts are roasted to perfection in this hearty recipe from Mary Relyea of Canastota, New York. For added zing, Mary sprinkles the veggies with crumbled feta cheese.
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