Thursday, June 7, 2012

Grilled Artichokes with Lime Aioli & Cotija Cheese



Today we were lucky enough to guest post on one of our favorite blogs, Lazaro Cooks!  We are super excited about it, because Lazaro is a truly fantastic and innovative food blogger.  His site, his cooking style, plating, and presentation are all top notch, and we agree with much of his perspective on cooking and food blogging in general.  We're honored to be included as guest contributors.  Here is a snippet from our post.  For the full post and recipe, head on over to our post on Lazaro Cooks

"We thought we would go ahead and celebrate one of our local, seasonal favorites by sharing this new recipe for Mexican-style grilled artichokes.  This recipe combines three things that we absolutely love – grilling (I mean, how can you resist that siren song of smoke, charcoal, fire, and cast iron grates), artichokes (we have a doormat decorated with artichokes and an artichoke-shaped candle, just to give you an idea of the depths of our love for this vegetable), and dipping (we are obsessed with foods that involve dipping; it’s such an active, communal way to eat)."

FULL RECIPE and post

24 comments:

  1. Lazaro has a wonderful blog.
    Artichokes are a favorite of mine and this is a unique and delicious way to serve them. Blessings, Catherine

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  2. Hi Seth
    What a wonderful pics of grilled artichokes with lime aioli you have here.
    Perhaps you're interested to submit your food photos on a food photography site that has tagline "Food Photography that will make you hungry" :)
    http://www.foodporn.net
    It's free to submit, free to join, and a lot of members can enjoy your creation!

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  3. Great guest post! LOVE that picture! :)

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  4. Oh my gosh those artichokes look fantastic. Heading over to check out your guest post and the recipe. Beautiful photo.

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  5. heading over for the recipe! I just started liking artichokes and now I can't get enough, looks really good!

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  6. This is elegant and STUNNING! I love cotija on my corn! :D

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  7. This looks amazing! I'm heading over to Laz's blog now to check it out!

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  8. wow..awesome...cant wait to try this
    Tasty Appetite

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  9. Wow how pretty! I'm checking out Lazaro's blog now.

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  10. I'm really impressed with your fabulous grilled artichoke stuffed with the Mexican cotija cheese and the Italian combination of the Aioli with the Mexican twist of the lime!
    Photo, and guest post is amazing! Will check out Zen's blog for the recipe!

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  11. Congrats on the first guest post and you did come up with a winner..already was over there to see the delicious details-yum! Things like this is what keeps me coming back here.

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  12. Congrats on the first guest post.This recipe looks so wonderful. I have never heard about Cotija cheese...shud look for some.

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  13. Artichokes are so lovely and I love how it's been highlighted with your recipe. Beautiful ;)

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  14. Artichokes look so beautiful my friend - absolutely stunning :D

    Cheers
    CCU

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  15. GOrgeous grilled artichokes. So is the click!

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  16. Yay guest post!!! I'll go check it out :)

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  17. Wow, I love guests post, this recipe looks really good!

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  18. This is how I serve corn on the cob. But it is pure genius to try it with artichokes. I am sooo stealing this from you. People will think I am a genius too. GREG

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  19. What a fabulous way to cook artichokes! The aioli sounds great with the artichokes and smoky flavor from the grill.

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  20. These sound wonderful! I am too lazy to prepare artichokes most of the time but when I do they are something special! love the cotija and lime pairing :)!

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  21. I think this recipe will be my first in the way of artichokes! I've not yet steamed or grilled my own, but would love to try. This recipe sounds perfect! Love the lime aioli with cotija cheese combo!

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  22. I really got to get some artichokes so I could try out this recipe. I only had baked artichoke dip once, and would really love to try making this dip on my own. It would be perfect to go with home made garlic bread. Delish!! xoxo

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  23. It is Food on Friday time at Carole’s Chatter. This week it is all about cheese. It would be great if you would link this post in to Food on Friday

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    1. Great that you linked up. I have put the title in for you. Have a great week.

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