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We’re heading into Tuber Time, and one of my favorites are jerusalem artichokes, which are native to North America. Although these tubers will keep for months in the fridge, the best way to preserve them long-term is to pickle them. I’ve been making this recipe for years, and I am pretty proud of it.
Fine dining is a high-wire act, a balance between art, technique and flavor. Miss one element, and the dish fails. This dish, I am proud to say, did not fail.
Yes, it’s that time again — time for Hank’s favorite tuber, the Jerusalem artichoke! Or, as I like to call them, “fartichokes” for the explosive gas most people get when eating this earthy little nuggets. This year’s crop is entirely unwanted. Sunchokes, as they are also known, are invasive and indigenous to North America, so […]