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Let Jamie show you how easy it is to cook a spring artichoke. It's so easy!
Added on March 07 2011 | 72 Comments
I been eating artichoke every since I was a kid. Everyone make their sauce different for the artichoke. I think Jamie show an outstanding demonstration on how to eat and what too eat from the artichoke. He also tell you how minutes to cook the artichoke. Some people can over cooked the artichoke. Jamie keep up the good work in demonstrating how to cook different items.
By Nancy E. Miller on June 20, 2014
By Anonymous on March 19, 2014
Thank you Mrs Deen without you and your website I would be lost in processed food hell,I and my brother are both recently single and would starve with out you,please come back to t.v.
By John E Francks on February 05, 2014
I love artichokes! However, I trim the tops, coat the edges with lemon juice, boil for about an hour until very tender, and use Hollandaise sauce for dipping
By Bonnie on December 29, 2013
Enjoyed that! Wish you'd do your next "artichoke" video showing a good recipe for stuffing (and baking) the artichoke. And... how about a recipe for Shrimp and Artichoke Soup?! Both of these are things I grew up eating during my childhood in New Orleans. My Mama never knew how to do either...we had to buy them ready-made at the local Grocery's Deli. Would love your take on these!
By Linda Oldacre on December 22, 2013
I have been eating artichokes all my life, and the way I remove the (hair) choke, is with the spoon. You don't loose any of the good stuff, plus you have a little bowl for what you want to flavor with.
I'm a purist, I eat the whole thing that is edible and don't use anything but a little salt.
By Janine on December 11, 2013
my mother loved artichokes rest her sole. I never new how to prepare them so thanks so much. Sorry about the butter though i grew up in MN and CA and we dippied them in....miracle whip. YUM
By Tammy on October 04, 2013
I tried to cook an artichoke one time, I cooked it, then kept peeling the leaves off, I ended up with the center, I tasted the part you threw away it was yukky, so I threw the rest of the artichoke away. I thought maybe I bought an empy one? lol I will try again now that I have seen this video.
By Anonymous on July 04, 2013
the video is nice to cook
By Anonymous on June 24, 2013
Thanks Jamie....now I'm ready to tackle one at age 65!!
By Suzi Kuegel on April 06, 2013
Thanks Jamie and Paula for your easy tips. You clarify so many details for me and have made my cooking experiences so much more enjoyable. I thank you and my family thanks you. Keep up the great work, Love you all!
By Sandra Brown on March 23, 2013
Thank you at 76 years old I am finally able to cook these!!
By Carolyn on March 15, 2013
I'm old school, Southern California raised (I think I had artichoke's at birth)..
Heres how we did it.. Cut the bottom like you did but didnt cut the top..
Steamed them (didnt set them in water).. About the same cooking time. Tested for duness with a fork (if it penatrate the heart easily lets eat)..
Cleaning the heart I use a soup spoon..
I use Mayo not butter..
PS - I have your mothers cook ware and love it..
By Kenneth Robert Coburn on September 26, 2012
te veo desde hace mucho y te quiero como si fueras de la familia
By elvira lopez montoya on August 08, 2012
I am so glad you made this video. For years I have been using my pressure cooker to cook Artichokes. I was taught to clean them just like you show, but then put them in the pressure cooker with a cup of water, 1 package of Good Seasons Italian dressing mix. 1/4 cup olive oil & 1/4 cup red wine vinegar. set pot for 10 lbs pressure for 20 minutes. dip those succulent leaves in butter and work your way to the prize choke.
EVERYTHING taste better when eating Artichokes, wine, shrimp etc. Give you mom a hug for me!
By Susan Clippinger on July 14, 2012
I just clecked on your site and I thing it's just great! I like the "Ho to" videos and will visit your site when I want to cook something I've never cooked before, such as Artichockes.
By Arthur Wright on July 09, 2012
Thanks Jamie. Paula, could you tell he acted like you didn't know how to cook than either? Ha-Ha I am buying 4 today and cooking them following Jamie's tips11
By Anonymous on May 16, 2012
Gale - try the ketchup and mayo with a bit of horseradish for zing then let us know how you like that. It works beautiful with blooming onions and alll kinds of fresh veggies too. Awesome!
By Maybelle on April 24, 2012
Thank you Jamie. I have always wanted to try cooking artichokes and have read many sites but never was comfortable with the insructions. FINALLY a step by step, visual, that looks easy and fun. Can't wait to try it.
p.s. loved your mom's show for years, love her recipes, and now yours too.
Would absolutely love to some day get to meet her, and you young men too.
Keep up the great shows please.
Totally in love with all the Deens', never miss Mom"s show-am one of her greatest fans, as well as now the boys! Keep those wonderful shows, recipes and magazines coming, guys...you are well loved and appreciated!
By Shirley Crawford on April 24, 2012
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