Spinach Roman Style Stuffed Portobello

It’s National Spinach day and this “S” made out of spinach reminds us about Popeye! Spinach means strength! Not only is this a healthy dish, it’s a lovely and satisfying dish to to make for yourself and your friends. Garlic, spinach, raisins and pine nuts nestled in a balsamic roasted portobello mushrooms will leave you saying, “Now that’s Italiano!”


Tropical Frozen Fruit Smoothie in a Bowl

I call this super immune boosting smoothie, “sunshine in a bowl”!  It’s so pretty and is sure to brighten up your day. I created this tropical fruit smoothie to help all of us increase the strength of our immune system during times of stress and viruses surrounding us.  Since most of us are sequestered at home this March 2020, we don’t have to carry our smoothie in a jar and drink it on the way to work. Why not turn it into your breakfast in a bowl, adding berries for more fiber.  Now you can take your time and savor every spoonful knowing you are treating your body very well! Every ingredient is beneficial, so it’s worth having all throughout the year.


Berbere Spice

This traditional Ethiopian spice blend is spicy, savory, sweet and bitter. It lights up all the taste buds and is my favorite spice to put on baked potatoes, in soups, on steamed vegetables and grains.  I make it a little less spicy, by putting 1/2 of the cayenne the recipe suggests, but by all means, spice it up as you like.


Luck of the Irish Green “Eggs” and Naan

Garden of Eydie loves to celebrate holidays!  It’s especially exciting to come up with fun and delicious, plant based twists on the usual holiday fare. St. Patrick’s day is coming soon and we decided to start the day celebrating Dr. Seuss style, with an ode to the book “ Green Eggs and Ham”, but we made Green “Eggs” and Naan!  A pinch of Black Salt, which has a slight sulfur smell makes the scrambled tofu “eggs” taste like the real thing! It’s really good! 


Garden Green Soup

This super satisfying and warming soup is perfect for the last chilly days of winter.  I used a bunch of several kinds of swiss chard and kale from my garden and oh is it gooooood!  These highly nutrient rich dark leafy greens are simmered in water with cubes of butternut squash then finished with caramelized onions and lots of lemon juice, making this soup an easy and quick to make, meal in a bowl!

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Hi, I’m Eydie!

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