Needs no words, Tracy--looks divine! Gorgeous artichokes, I'd love one right now.
uh, YUM. so craving 'chokes now.
These look so delicious. I am craving this now - next time I see artichokes at the market I've got to get a bunch and stuff them!
love artichokes and these look soooo yummy! Is the recipe coming soon??? :)
Oh girl, this is pure bliss. This is one recipe that seriously intimidates me. I need to brave, knuckle down and just DO IT! :-)
oh wow!!!wonderful photos!can i have some of that soup, please?
A savory hello from Frog Hollow Farm! Stuffed artichokes, my husband's specialty. Your recipe sounds wonderful too - I will have to share it with him. Ciao, bella!
They look absolutely delicious, you are teasing us now with no explanation as to how you got them looking that good. I love it.
To die for...I'm drooling!
Holy cow! No words necessary. Your artichokes look absolutely divine.
These look amazing. I love fresh artichokes.
Yep, despite being full from lunch I could totally go for a plate of aglio e olio right about now...
Absolutely stunning and mouthwatering. I love your photos and recipes!
I am so intimidated by fresh artichokes. I don't know why, but I think it is time I conquer my fear. This looks heavenly.
These look amazing!!!
Artichokes! I love artichokes (my dinner last night was nothing but two artichokes) but I've never had them stuffed. One of these days. These look so delicious.
purrtty purrty pictures you got there Tracy. I love your new layout
Aglio y olio! It works with everything :o)
Why am I viewing your blog before I eat my lunch? Will I ever learn?
What a beautiful jumbo-sized artichokes! I love that way of eating and savoring them the best!
Pretty perfect lunch really - no words required.
Looks fabulous, I have never stuffed artichokes before, maybe next summer when the new ones come up in the garden.
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