4 posts tagged mushrooms

Vegan cream of mushroom soup

I know what you're thinking: How exciting, cream of mushroom soup!!! Yum! Oh, and I know you thought that in your sarcastic voice. But there is a very important method to my madness - so stay with me here. Thanksgiving is quickly creeping up on us and one thing that should be on the table is a green bean casserole. And if you've ever made the classic French's Green Bean Casserole before, you'll know what the first ingredient is - Cream of Mushroom soup! If you haven't already found out, ... Continue Reading

Vegan scallops with pesto pasta

When September rolls around, I start thinking of autumn, and autumn reminds me of mushrooms, and mushrooms remind me of scallops and... Wait, what? Did I lose you? Well, that's understandable I guess. But keep reading and I'll let you in on a fantastic secret: How to make vegan scallops using these incredible mushrooms! These are not your ordinary, everyday, run of the mill kind of mushrooms. These are king oyster mushrooms! As their name hints, they are huge! More importantly for us, ... Continue Reading

Stuffed mushrooms with soft nut cheese and mustard sauce

I don't know if it's the lack of complete darkness in Sweden at this time of year, or the festivities of the long weekend we just had, but I haven't been sleeping much lately - so forgive me in advance if this post isn't what you thought it would be! Normally I tell you about what I made and how healthy it is, or about all the ingredients, but this time I think I'll write about something else. This past Monday was Sweden's National Day. Since Sweden has always been the big brother of ... Continue Reading

Veggs Benedict Florentine with vegan hollandaise sauce

So, yesterday was my birthday  - another year older another year wiser, right? When I read about the origin of the term Eggs Benedict, I had to laugh: Supposedly, Lemuel Benedict, a retired Wall Street stock broker, strolled into the Waldorf Hotel in New York City in 1894 and ordered "buttered toast, poached eggs, crisp bacon, and a hooker of hollandaise." Apparently the maître d' was so inspired by the request, that he added it the menu, but substituted ham for the bacon and an English ... Continue Reading