Baked Artichoke-Parmesan Dip

Baked Artichoke-Parmesan Dip

We went to the Kinokuniya in the city last Saturday. I was drown in the piles of cookbooks, especially books about cake and deco. T was also busy looking for "his" cookbook, first time! At the end I kind of "stole" some recipes and ideas from the books but did not buy anything. Surprisingly, T bought a book called Delicious Dips by Diane Morgan. Soon after he paid for it, he said "Can you cook one recipe from this book each day?" Me "huh?" *o* !! "Aren't you going to cook for me?"

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4 comments to “Baked Artichoke-Parmesan Dip”
jo ayee said...

big fAN of your pictures..tabik spring kat u..lydia..u tau tak tabik spring tu ape?

Mat Gebu said...

artichoke tu macam mana nak makan ek, dan rasa apa?..Pernah tgk mat saleh buat deco, dia letak atas meja makan, itu je..kat Johor nie jgn sebut nak cari artichoke...sebut nama dia pun apek2 boleh masuk rumah sakit jiwa...sebab tatau!!!!

Mandy said...

lydia, you should start publishing a food magazine. Your photos are all so pretty!

Lydia said...

jo: eh... dah ada fan #1 ni... hehehe
Apa tu tabik spring? sy tau spring je...

mat: artichoke klu tnm kat garden pun cantik. rasa dia mild takde bau/rasa yg kuat... hmm.. susah nak terangkan lah. dlm recipe ini guna artichoke dlm tin, so rasa dia pun lain drpd fresh punya.

mandy: thanks for the compliment. hope and would love to do that in the future.

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