This is a recipe passed down from my maternal grandmother, Gilda. She got it from the ladies living in the Polish section of her little home town in PA.
It's cheap, relatively nutritious and makes enough for multiple lunches throughout the week. A good budget stretcher!
This is a favorite from my childhood. My mother found it in Sunset Magazine back in the late 70's and made it a winter staple. It's cheap, low in fat, and high in all the good stuff. Leftovers make great lunches during the following week.
I found a version of this recipe when looking for an artichoke salad to include with our traditional Christmas antipasta (I was too cheap to pay for the grocery store's ready-made version.) Holy cow is this good! So good that I make it throughout the year now. Wowza!
I parsed this together after tasting something like it on a buffet at a small "mamma & pappa" restaraunt in town. I don't have a formal recipe and have no doubt that I use varying amounts of everything each time I make it. The amount of artichoke brine and lemon juice used are completely up to the dish's audience- sometimes you're feeling sour, sometimes you're not!
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