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  1. LOVE stuffed artichokes. Giadas gorgonzola stuffed artichoke recipe is a standard for me! When you remove the choke? Or do you eat around it? I partially steam mine, then remove choke, then stuff.

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Sarah Jayne, The way I learned to do them is to just stuff them with the choke still intact. When it comes time to eat them we just eat as usual and when we reach the choke we cut it off and eat the bottom. Did that make sense?

  2. Jacklyne

    Sabrina! I love stuffed artichokes. My nonne used to make them but I never got a chance to learn how. I am definately going to try your recipe. Quick question… after you cook the artichokes do you stuff them? or Before? Thanks!

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Jacklyne, Hi! I stuff them before cooking them. Please see the comment above for what I do with the choke. Watch the video in the next post- I stuff the artichoke after cleaning it and then cook it already stuffed. When we eat it we simply avoid the choke. People stuff artichokes all different ways but this is what I learned to do and it is very easy and not time consuming, so it works for me!

  3. Kathy

    Add chopped calamata or black wrinked olives that are cured in olive oil to Sabrina’s stuffing for an added twist. Sabrina … you are GREAT with this !!!

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Kathy, Ahhh olives. I love artichoke hearts and olives- I don’t know why I never thought to add them to the stuffing! Thanks!!!!!!

  4. Thanks for sharing this, I always wonder how to do this. I have done it once and failed. So maybe I will try artichokes again, because I love them.

  5. Karen

    Thank you so much for this tutorial. I love artichokes, but have always been too intimidated to try them at home!

    • tamaras

      @Karen, yo dog i lov that stuf ima go have me a big choke rite now, yall needa get ya some a dem callored greens, throw dem lil thangs in der too

  6. Loretta

    I already know how th cook them…what I need to know is how to reheat them once they’ve been cooked?

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Loretta, Pour the juices (water + olive oil) over them and either microwave covered with a glass cover until warm or reheat in oven with a glass cover at 375 degrees until warm- the key here is to not let them dry out, so pouring the liquid on top is important!

  7. Laurinda Stanton

    can I prepare the artichokes today (Monday) and refrigerate,until Thursday for Dinner?

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