I believe in my last article, you know the one where I give you a “history class” on where the Jerusalem artichoke comes from, I mentioned I was going to give you my famous Jerusalem artichoke soup recipe. Well, this is your lucky day! Not too many people have this. I think that the only person who has it is my mom, Charlotte, and that is because it’s a little bit hers too.
The verse reads “So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.” And it is in “what you would have them do to you” that really stirs a person. What do we expect from others? In the ideal world it would be their all or nothing.
What I wouldn’t give for some delicious Jerusalem artichokes, more commonly known as a “tuber”! I can’t even begin to describe how amazingly sweet they taste! Add a little bit of garlic, lemon, salt and pepper and BOOM, there you have it! You can accompany them with basically any type of meat, chicken, turkey and/or even fish! But you know what, I will come back a little later with some awesome recipe ideas. For now, let’s concentrate on finding out what a Jerusalem artichoke is, what its nutritional values are and, where it grows along with a bit of its history.