Thanks for this... I notice as someone did with the spinach, though, that with the artichokes you have two recipes for frozen and only one for (possibly) fresh... and do not specify whether that (the first in the book) is supposed to be artichoke hearts... you can't just "cut up" an artichoke... so I hope folks are not confused by that...
I guess you can't "do much" with a fresh whole artichoke but steam it and dip the edible parts in butter, but you should definitely be specific about meaning hearts, if you do, in the future, because not everyone is familiar with the somewhat-difficult process of getting the tasty bits away from the "choke" bits.
Also, aren't carrots more of a regular harvest time vegetable? Only tiny ones are available farm-fresh. Bagged "baby carrots" are not young carrots, they are regular carrots whittled into a special shape, which is wasteful and energy-intensive.
Would love to see peas and fiddleheads in the next version!
- 5/12/2014 6:00:40 PM