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The Artichokes


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Google previewThe Aphrodisiac Encyclopaedia (2012)

A Compendium of Culinary Come-ons by Mark Douglas Hill

The artichokes are ready when the remaining outer leaves come away with a firm downwards tug. Remove the rubber bands, drain for a few minutes in a ...

Google previewMrs. Beeton's Dictionary of Every-day Cookery (1865)

Wash the artichokes well in several waters ; see that no insects remain about them, and trim away ARTICHOKES. the leaves at the bottom. Cut off the stems and put them into boiling water, to which has been added salt and soda in the above ...

Google previewA Practical Dictionary of Cookery (2012)

by Ethel Meyer

Boil the artichokes by recipe No. 86, and set them aside to become cold. Put the yolk of egg in a basin, with a little pepper and salt, min part of the oil with it gradually, then the vinegar, and finally the rest of the oil. These should form a smooth, ...

Google previewCunningham's Encyclopedia of Wicca in the Kitchen (2002)

by Scott Cunningham

the artichokes, grated cheese, and onion mixture. Add a dash of salt and pepper. Pour into pie shell. Bake for 40 minutes at 350 °F (177° C). Yield: 4 to 6 servings Magical uses: Protection. PART FIVE supplemental material These tables ...

Google previewHarper's Cook Book Encyclopaedia (1902)

Arranged Like a Dictionary and Compiled Under the Direction of the Editor of Harper's Bazar

Well wash, trim, and quarter the artichokes, and boil them in salt and water until tender. Remove the chokes, drain thoroughly, and arrange them on a dish with the leaves outward, and intersperse them with watercresses. Pour good white ...

Google previewFood and Drink in American History (2013)

A "Full Course" Encyclopedia by Andrew F. Smith

Recipe The artichokes must be young and tender. Cut them into quarters, remove the choke part, and strip off the leaves. Having washed the artichokes well and laid them an hour in cold water, put them into a pot of boiling water, and keep ...

Google previewThe Cook's Dictionary ... New Edition, Carefully Revised, Etc. [With Plates.] (1832)

by Richard DOLBY

The artichokes for these entremets must be marinated in salt, herbs, oil, and tarragon vinegar, for two hours, they must...

place the stewpan by the side of the stove ; cover the artichokes with a round piece of buttered paper, and leave them to ...

Google previewThe Cook's Dictionary and House-keeper's Directory (1830)

A New Family Manual of Cookery and Confectionery, on a Plan of Ready Reference, Never Hitherto Attempted by Richard Dolby

The artichokes for these entremets must be marinated in salt, mignonette, oil, and tarragon vinegar, for two hours, they must then drain on a plate. Antichoke| Bottoms, a la Magnonnaise.* —Strip off the leaves from eight artichokes, and turn ...

Google previewThe Nutrition and Health Dictionary (1995)

by Percy Russell, Anita Williams

The artichokes cultivated in the United States are grown mainly in the midcoastal regions of California.

Google previewThe Domestic Dictionary and Housekeeper's Manual: ... The Medical Portion of the Work by John Reitch (1842)

by Gibbons MERLE, John REITCH

Cut the artichokes into four equal parts, trimming the leaves, and taking away the choke, wash them carefully and put them into a saucepan with a little butter, adding the juice of a lemon and half a pint of white wine to every three artichokes; ...

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