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nicole

Potatoes AND artichokes? That sounds like heavenly hash! I have never been a big fan of hash either but I am definitely going to try that for my next party. Looks beautiful! Thanks for the recipe.

Dianka

Interesting information about hash- I never knew that. The artichokes look divine.

~Dianka

Anne Nodar

Another winner, Grant. Such a great combo of flavors.

I feel your pain with the homemade mayo. Between mayo and meringues, I can't tell you how many eggs I've wasted.

I found mayonaise success with Deborah Madison's versions in "Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone." I believe there's even one where you can use the entire egg, thus eliminating what I call "separation anxiety."

Tracey Thomas

Yum Yum, this looks like a wonderful meal. I just love the idea of artichokes and roasted potatoes together.

I've found that if you use store bought Kewpie mayonasie (from Japan)
http://www.kewpie.co.jp/english/index.html from the Asian market, you don't have to make homemade which can be difficult. Kewpie tastes more like homemade and also has the same texture. It's not as sweet as American brands and doesn't have that chemical after taste.

Thanks again for this great recipie.

Tracey

If you can't find Kewpie locally, you can order it online. Amazon even carries it.

Grant

Nicole - It would be great for a party.

Dianka - Yeah I was pleased with the artichokes, considering that this was the first time I've ever cooked with fresh ones.

Anne - I really like that cookbook. It's good to know about her mayonnaise recipe. It's so frustrating that I can't seem to get it, but I am determined to do so.

Tracey - Thanks for the recommendation on the Kewpie mayonnaise. I'll have to keep an eye out for it. I have been using organic mayonnaise that I get from Trader Joes, which I quite like, but I'd love to try the one you suggested.

Lisa Morgan

Heavens! This is out of control. Thanks for a beautiful idea (the artichoke-potato hash). Steak doesn't look bad, either, ha ha. But the hash -- I must have some right away.

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