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March 26, 2019


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Debra Eliotseats

This is one of my favorite novels!

cathy branciaroli

Not everybody gets artichokes but I enjoy them and thanks for sharing this!

Simona Carini

I loved it too, Debra. I was a bit concerned about the length, but the writing is so nice and the story intriguing. A winner :)

Simona Carini

They definitely have a distinctive flavor, Cathy. I grew up eating them because my mother was a big fan and would make them in different ways, including preserved in oil.

Wendy Klik

The Goldfinch was a powerful story for sure. Love that you made the artichoke dip.

Simona Carini

Indeed it was, Wendy. And I am thankful that it inspired me to make this recipe :)

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