The namesake for this recipe, a mountain region of Ascoli Piceno is situated north of Rome. Artichokes have been enjoyed by farmers and nobles for centuries – well, millennia! This recipe is easy, unique and delicious. It preserves and highlights the...
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About Andrea Martin
Raised on an old fashioned farm, Andrea knew animals would be her passion. Her farm specializes in vegan homesteading - she is also a poultry behaviorist specializing in chicken rehabilitation and rescue. She teaches courses in writing and sustainability at a local university and her current work involves uncovering the language and culture of chickens and horses. After earning a Ph.D. from Boston University, Andrea became a freelance writer with a focus in animal welfare. She shows clients how to connect with their chickens and horses at Black Thistle Farm, where she is “just one of the flock” – and not at the top either. After all, it’s all about the chickens!
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- Artichokes: Ascoli Piceno Style! (22 votes)
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