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Easy Stuffed Artichokes

Christmas Eve at our house isn't the same until I set out a platter of these succulent stuffed artichokes.
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Easy Stuffed Artichokes

Easy Stuffed Artichokes

Easy Stuffed Artichokes

Christmas Eve at our house isn't the same until I set out a platter of these succulent stuffed artichokes.

Crab-Stuffed Artichokes

Crab-Stuffed Artichokes

Crab-Stuffed Artichokes

Looking for an impressive luncheon presentation? Rely on this delicious recipe for stuffed artichokes that Suzanne Strocsher’s mother passed on to her in Bothell, Washington. “They’re surprisingly easy to make,” Suzanne promises.

Chili con Queso Artichokes

Chili con Queso Artichokes

Chili con Queso Artichokes

"Here's an easy, cheesy artichoke appetizer that I just love," says Kori Tuggle, marketing manager for Ocean Mist Farms, Castroville, California. "Our artichoke fields are a stop on Taste of Home's Slice of California tour. We look forward to showing the travelers how easy it is to cook and enjoy this thorny, odd-looking little vegetable!"

Italian Stuffed Artichokes

Italian Stuffed Artichokes

Italian Stuffed Artichokes

“I can remember Mom making this special treat at Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas,” writes Emma Magielda from Amsterdam, New York. “We looked forward to it all year!” TIP: For easy eating, Emma suggests pulling leaves from the artichoke one at a time. Draw each through your teeth slowly, scraping and eating only the tender flesh at the base. Continue until you reach the central cone or heart of tender young leaves. Eat this with a fork.
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