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Master the art of the artichoke

They're one of the oldest foods known to humans. Once thought of as an aphrodisiac, the artichoke is one tasty treat, and it adds color and flavor to any spring menu. Chef Giuliano Hazan was invited to appear on “Today” to demonstrate some delectable dishes featuring the artichoke. They're all featured in his book, "How to Cook Italian.” Here are the recipes he mentioned on the show:

They're one of the oldest foods known to humans. Once thought of as an aphrodisiac, the artichoke is one tasty treat, and it adds color and flavor to any spring menu. Chef Giuliano Hazan was invited to appear on “Today” to demonstrate some delectable dishes featuring the artichoke. They're all featured in his book, "How to Cook Italian.” Here are the recipes he mentioned on the show:

Whole Artichokes Braised Roman Style

By chef Giuliano Hazan, author of "How to Cook Italian"

Pan-Roasted Lamb with Artichokes

By chef Giuliano Hazan, author of "How to Cook Italian"

Risotto with Artichokes

By chef Giuliano Hazan, author of "How to Cook Italian"