Blanching Cardoons is fun! And they look funny too
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Freezing cardoons?

Has anyone ever had success freezing fresh cardoons? I’ve been having the damndest time finding them these past few years at Christmastime but I usually see them a couple weeks leading up Christmas and would definitely buy them early if I can. I have to boil them before I fry them anyway so it’s not important that I preserve them in their perfectly fresh state.

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Any idea where to find cardoons?

Hey folks, just struck out trying to get fresh cardoons from Caputo's in Elmwood Park. Does anyone know where I could track them down at this point in the season? Happy to drive wherever. Thanks!

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Zone 8b. Is it too late to blanch cardoons? reddit.com/gallery/j4ivkb
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Zone 8b. Is it too late to blanch cardoons? reddit.com/gallery/j4iqfs
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Cardoon in full bloom. Cousin of the artichoke and popular with bees! imgur.com/GFTe1sq
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39k Bp Cardoon 150k Event Boss Strategy ft. Squid youtube.com/watch?v=1zPjP…
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Cardoons. Anyone else growing these beauties?
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Not drawing but still...Some dry (because ended flowering )Cardoon blossoms black &golden spray paint few more items and we have table decoration. What you think?
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We eat thistles! "Thistlesβ€”in the form of artichokes and cardoonsβ€”have been on the human table since at least the days of ancient Greece and Rome."
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Cardoon, a relative of Artichoke in the thistle family. A favorite of bees and pollinators of all sorts. The stalks of the leaves are the edible part of this plant. v.redd.it/t190lujdxp751
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When to harvest cardoons?

Once cardoons have flowered is it too late to harvest the stems? I can’t find anything about this on the web. Thanks

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Watchman Cardoon, go home. There is a thunderstorm raging. You're drunk!
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"Cardoon"- rye, Cynar, ginger, beer
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Cardoon has purple buds! imgur.com/QoPhhd4
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Hover fly on a cardoon flower
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Can Cardoon flowers be eaten like artichokes? Managed to get them to overwinter in Zone 6b
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Today's dinner: cardoon with ham
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This cardoon (artichoke thistle) almost looks prehistoric.
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Cardoon starting to bloom imgur.com/Gg7z7cy
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My first cardoon harvest
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Source of Cardoon and OLED youtube.com/watch?v=si4Br…
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How I Harvested and Ate Wild Cardoon Buds From My Back Yard (it was a fun experiment) youtu.be/cNaPeDhet2I
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The defunct webcomic "Cardoons!" had quite a few good popping related comics -- this is one of my favorites, "Zit Land!". (MIC)
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When someone insults your cardoons
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Artichoke/Cardoon
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Would I have to worry about cross pollinating if I planted cardoons and globe artichokes fairly close to one another?

My wife love the look of cardoons but we also love the taste of artichokes

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David Warner now has a lot of time for cardoons

That is all

EDIT: Wait no he lost his sponsorship with LG

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Figured out why the VAR is so shit. They're busy watching cardoons imgur.com/kE4c0Ss
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Cardoon: Cricket gave us hope, a place. Don't we deserve better? (We do not) | First Dog on the Moon theguardian.com/commentis…
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What is this OLED CARDOON thing going on in r/sports right now?

Happening here

https://www.reddit.com/r/sports/comments/5hd25r/the_hand_of_god/

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My Purple Cardoon Artichoke (Cynara cardunculus) is Wilting

I live in the mild, south-most part of the UK. My boyfriend bought me a Purple Cardoon for our nascent vegetable garden. It's a pretty but unusual member of the artichoke family. I planted it in a wind-sheltered, South-East facing position that gets bright sun for a significant part of the day. It's in rich soil, mulched with dead Bay-Laurel leaves and brown plant matter.

At the moment it's just a purple pom-pom on a single stem with leaves on the stem. When I got it the leaves were a healthy silver-green, but now the flower is dead and the leaves are turning yellow and getting brown and crispy on the ends. We have had heavy rain the last few days so I don't think it's wanting for water. It's been in place for about two weeks now.

I read something online about it dying off to the ground after the flower has bloomed. Is this what's happening - is it normal? I know nothing about vegetable gardening (house-plants are more my thing), especially not this weird artichoke thing. Is there something I am missing? Is it going to come back in the spring? I am just panicking because I promised my boyfriend I wouldn't let it die.

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Artichoke leaves edible like cardoon? Are cardoons worth growing?

I discovered a new vegetable related to the artichoke called a cardoon. Instead of eating the flower head, the long large leaves are boiled and eaten. I was wondering if artichoke leaves can be eaten in the same way? I am currently growing artichokes and was wondering if cardoons are worth it to grow, or should I just grow more artichokes and eat their leaves. They are apparently the same species, different varieties.

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[Homemade] Cardoon Gratin
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Cardoon in bloom
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Cardoon and bee [3264 x 1836]
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Just watching Cardoons on my OLED.
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