Learn Three Ways to Make Artichokes
Artichokes grow easily and plentifully in Sicily. You’ll often see wild artichokes growing on the side of the road in the countryside. They are a flower, and when they bloom, they showcase stunning violet florets. Every year in the town of Cerda in Palermo province, they celebrate the spring harvest with a grand festival on April 25. There, you’ll find artichokes made dozens of ways and tens of products inspired by the thistle. Then in the fall, a different varietal hits the markets. Today, in time for Thanksgiving in the United States, we’ll make artichokes three ways.
When: November 22, 2020 at 12 noon Eastern
Who: Taught by Annalisa Pompeo of GoSicily Sicilian Cooking Experience
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