I posted on Twitter the 2nd of 3 steps in cooking an artichoke from a little sticker in a container of artichokes I had purchased from Trader Joe's as a little joke, because of an obvious error. My friends on Twitter identified another, and I found two more. Can you find them all? . . . . .
- A knife is shown, not scissors. (A knife is the right tool; it's far easier to use and much safer.)
- Artichokes are flower buds, and the "leaves" surrounding them are properly called bracts (but definitely not petals, which are part of blooming flowers).
- The knife, as shown, could easily cut fingers underneath. (Okay, that's borderline. But it's not the right way to hold that flower bud safely.)
- The "petals" do not have one collective "tip": it should be "tips of petals [bracts]."
Who knew so much could go so wrong so briefly?