There are few vegetables that my teen cant get enough of but, he loves the hot steamy leaves in this tangy dipping sauce. Easy to make…
- 1-2 fresh artichokes
- Two courts chicken or vegetable broth
- Quartered lemon
- Two bay leaves
- Two sprigs fresh parsley ( or Tbs dried)
- Four peeled fresh cloves garlic
- Tsp salt
- Two tablespoons olive oil
Add all ingredients in a stock pot and bring to a slow simmer. Meanwhile clean artichoke by trimming off stem and slice top with a clean cut. Then trim with scissors the sharp tips clean. High simmer for 30-45 minutes til center sticks tender.
- 1/2 cup mayonaise
- 1/2 tsp minced garlic
- 1/2 tsp worshishire sauce
- 1/2 tsp balsalmic vinegar
- 1/2 tsp fresh lemon juice
- Pinch Garlic salt to tast
- Pinch dried parsley
Published by Gritcooking- A Southern Girls Taste
I was raised on a large farm in a small community of Long Shop, Virginia. Just a stones throw from Blacksburg, Va and a short drive to the WV boarder. I grew up appreciating Appalachia cooking with low budgets and home grown veggies. What honestly tastes better than a warm tomato out of the garden sliced fat with salt and pepper? Maybe a bowl of good brown pinto beans and cornbread. Or even better grilled trout fresh caught from the creek!
My childhood was a dream... and what has made my passion for food- sharing good meals with good friends and loved ones.
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