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Was planning on grilling my artichokes, but tomorrow is a spare the air say and it's illegal to use charcoal barbecues. Suggestions? No stuff

asked by kayfhg almost 7 years ago

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LornaFarris
added almost 7 years ago

I always love the classic steamed artichokes but you could always broil them in the oven...

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MsMa
added almost 7 years ago

BBQing is allowed on Winter Spare the Air Alert days in the SF Bay Area.

http://sparetheair.org/Make-a-Difference/Spare-the-Air-Every-Day/Winter/Winter-Spare-the-Air-FAQs.aspx

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WendieW
added almost 7 years ago

Roast them! Prep as usual (trim, etc.) Place each on a square of foil. Drizzle with olive oil, lemon, and if you like, stick a clove of garlic inside. Close up foil and roast at 425 for about an hour, depending on size.

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kayfhg
added almost 7 years ago

Thanks, everyone - I wound up using a grill pan and they came out great. I appreciate your suggestions.
We barbecue with charcoal, And the spare the air alert says that burning anything outside is not allowed. I'm pretty sure that includes charcoal, but I will investigate further.
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