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Globe Artichokes (EACH)


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The globe artichoke is a variety of a species of thistle cultivated as a food. The tender ends of the leaves and the base (or heart) of the bud are both edible; the tough outside leaves and the furry central choke and its surrounding leaves aren't. Boil or steam the whole artichoke head, then pull the leaves off and dip them in hollandaise sauce, melted butter or garlic butter, drawing the leaf through your teeth to remove the tender flesh before discarding the rest. Or boil the head, pull out the central leaves, scoop out the choke and stuff with chopped garlic and parsley, grated parmesan and bread crumbs before drizzling with olive oil and baking in the oven. Low Sugar, Low Salt, Made in New Zealand