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Old 01-27-2013, 07:03 PM   #11
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Add me to the list of never heard of them. Here we not only live in the same country, but the same state Kades! I've never seen them for sale around here, so I'm wondering if you didn't grow them?
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I'll look for the seeds as well. If lucky I'll send some if you can't find them
kades
You're such a sweetheart If I can't find maybe we can do a seed swap.
Do you get gemsquash where you live?
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Cardoons I love cardoons fried, but baked with cheese and butter is also great. If you have never made these you need to string them as you do celery,put them i water with lemon, cut the ribs of cardoon into 3 inch lengths. bring a pan of water to boil remove the cardoons from the lemon water and place in the pan bring the water to boil,boil til tender about 20-30 min then drain and dry well.Butter a 13x9 pan preheat oven to 400 now arrange the cardoon pieces in your pan. dot them with butter salt and pepper, I then scatter buttered bread crumbs over the cardoons along with 1/2 cup of parmesan squeeze some lemon over the top of the cardoons. Bake 10-15 min til cheese melts Serve hot. kades 3 stars 1 reviews
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