Weekly Giveaway: Furless Makeup Brush Set! BabeinSoyland is the winner!
The warm weather means barbecuing (preferably with lots of artichokes!) and laying in the sun! Busting out the shorts and sundresses! To go along with your cute new wardrobe, why not fancy your face up with gorgeous summer colors? With all the sunscreen I use, I'm just as pale in the summer as I am in the winter, so I rely on things like bronzer and blush to make me look gorgeous/alive. Seriously, I've been mistaken for a corpse on numerous occasions. It's embarrassing, but I'll never stop wearing SPF 1,000, being tan is not as important as being alive, no matter what Jersey Shore tells me. To make up (ha!) for my lack of natural color, I bust out Furless' amazing cruelty-free make-up brushes. (http://www.furless.com.au/shop/makeup-brush-sets/) They're the perfect warm weather accoutrement, and I want you to have a set, too!
To win, let me know what your favorite artichoke dish is! Giveaway ends on Tuesday, May 17th at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random! Must live in USA to win.
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I eat artichoke hearts right out of the jar!
And I feel your pain, fellow ginger here!
I love artichokes on my pizza, in my pasta, really, anywhere!
spinach and artichoke dip!
I like to add artichokes to salads.
Mmm spinach and artichoke dip is my fav for sure...but I really like them on pizza and in a variety of pasta dishes too!
I love artichoke hearts on pizza, fried (ah!) artichoke hearts, or just steamed artichokes so I can dip them in some Wildwood Aioli. YUM!
I like them just steamed and dipped in garlicbutter. omnomnomnom.
Or on pizza
Or in hummus
OH. and I usually soak the heart all chopped up in the butter (mmm. That sounds like something paula deen would say)
Tofu quiche (recipe found on VegWeb ;)) with marinated artichoke hearts.
I just eat artichoke hearts right from the jar. Sometimes they make it to a salad.
I like to dip the steamed artichoke leaves into a mixture of 1/4 cup olive oil, the juice of a lemon, a minced garlic clove and a dash of salt. This sauce is great cause you can add any fresh herbs you have on hand. A little pinch of basil, thyme, hot chilies, cilantro, chives, etc can be added as desired for variety. I also like to let the steamed artichokes chill for a while in summer, they are just as good cold as hot in my books.
artichoke bruchetta!..on the grill ..yum
I like spinach artichoke hummus. (Okay, I love it obsessively. I'll admit it.) Try it in a pita stuffed with lettuce, tomato, onion, and cucumber, and you'll fall in love, too.
artichokes straight out of the cooking pot!
I make a killer hot spinach and artichoke dip that I modify from a recipe from on of Sarah Kramer's boosks. It's so good you could use it as a sandwich spread. Hungry...
spin art dip!!!!!!!!!
My favorite artichoke dip is definitely spinach artichoke dip.
spin art dip!!!!!!!!!
are you too cool to type it out?????
I love them out the jar, on my pizza, or with spianch dip. YUMMY!!