Artichokes
An addicting dip that will be a hit at your next get-together. Try serving it with homemade pita chips, baby carrots, celery, or tortilla chips. 
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Avocado and Artichoke Quesadilla
If you're going to make a quesadilla, you might as well go all the way and pile on the cheese. Click here to see Quesadillas to Suit Every Taste.
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Vegan Spinach and Artichoke Dip
A no-cook, dairy-free dip perfect for game day. Ground cashews create a surprisingly cheesy base for this flavorful and healthy party dip.Click Here to See More Game-Day Dips
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Check out this simple, flavorful atrichoke heart pizza recipe for an easy meal.  Click here to see 5 Easy Weeknight Meals.
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Charred Artichokes with Smoky Lemon Aioli
Charring artichokes gives them a smoky aroma, and a simple lemon aioli is the perfect accompaniment to this easy-to-make appetizer that will have your guests coming back for more. Try this recipe with baby artichokes, too; just be sure to adjust the cooking times appropriately. Click here to see In Season: Artichokes.
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Artichoke and Mushroom Frittata
The crisp, clean flavor of artichokes shine through in this delicious egg dish. The trick to turning an artichoke is to make sure you're working with a nice, sharp paring knife and to keep rubbing it with lemon to prevent it from oxidizing. Click here to see 7 Must-Try Frittata Recipes.
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Spinach and Artichoke Dip
For the past few years, my friends and I have been monthly regulars at the steakhouse chain Hillstone (formerly known as Houston’s), where we catch up and order only three things from the menu, one being the warm spinach and artichoke dip. Once you have one bite, there's no stopping. Needing a dip fix, I was inspired by the restaurant's spinach dip and started to play around with ingredients, forgoing cream cheese for a béchamel from scratch, adding a kick of cayenne, a bit of lemon for brightness, and lots of spinach and artichokes. While it’s not quite the same as the restaurant’s, it’s pretty darn close and works for me. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Dips.
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Artichoke detail
In this classic Italian dish, tender spring artichokes are halved and dredged in flour before being fried crisp. When shopping for artichokes, be sure to choose ones that are small, no more than two inches in diameter, as they are more tender. — Allison Beck
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Raw ARtichoke Salad
Artichokes are great any way you eat them — shaved when raw with a heavy dose of olive oil and cheese, steamed with the tender leaves dipped into a lemony-basil dressing of sorts, or grilled during the warmer months. 
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Farro with Artichokes and Herb Salad
When he makes this farro dish at Cleveland's Greenhouse Tavern, Jonathon Sawyer poaches the artichokes in white wine, then uses the leftover artichoke poaching liquid to cook the farro. Trimming and poaching fresh artichokes is laborious; jarred marinated ones make quick work of this salad recipe. The farro simmers in store-bought chicken broth. Click here to see the Chefs' Favorite At-Home Recipes story.
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Artichoke Pesto
A fun spin on an Italian classic, this artichoke pesto can be thrown in pasta or on crackers and vegetables as a spread.
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This flavorful pasta salad is full of healthy ingredients and is perfect for any potluck or party. For more recipes, visit Taste of Home Click here to see more Pasta Salad Recipes
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