Alcachofa is the Spanish word for "Artichoke". In Spain artichokes are made into a casserole (Alcachofas a la Cazuela ), Alcachofa a Vinagreta (Artichokes with vinaigrette ), and many other dishes depending on Spain's regional cooking, Sevilla and Cordoba, for instance has each own style of cooking Alcachofas (Artichokes). Alcachofa is pronounced "ahl-kah-choh-fah".

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