Artichokes with Lemon Garlic Dipping Sauce

Food. - by Sigalle Barness

I love artichokes.  They are delectable vegetables that are easy to make, fun to snack on and way healthier than other things you may grab for when looking for a nosh.  It’s the healthy blooming onion, if you will.

The artichoke is an excellent source of folate, dietary fiber, and vitamins C and K. In addition – they are full of antioxidants – named number 7 on the USDA’s top 20 antioxidant-rich foods list.

If all that doesn’t get you on the artichoke bandwagon, then perhaps this quick and easy recipe will.  Enjoy!

Ingredients Needed:

  • Fresh Artichokes
  • Salt
  • Black Pepper
  • Garlic Powder
  • Lemon Juice (fresh squeezed suggested)
  • Olive Oil Mayonnaise


  • Add Artichokes to a large pot of water so that they are almost entirely submerged
  • Boil for 30 – 35 minutes, remove and squeeze out excess water. Let cool.
  • Mix fresh lemon juice, salt, garlic powder, black pepper and mayo…

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Author: Sigalle Barness

Sigalle champions and grows people's brand awareness through impactful stories that are authentic, meaningful, and thought provoking. She designs communications strategies that underscore the why and how behind a person's work. Sigalle also strategically delivers episodic content focused on conversations and interviews with key figures that truly reflect the business, professional, and educational needs of legal industry. Sigalle's favorite things in the whole world are her husband and two children. Sigalle also loves good food and travel. She is an avid lover of music, video games, blogging, and cooking.

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