November Superfood Week Day 6

Happy weekend to you! I hope you are in your kitchen cooking up a storm, and if not, then why not take a moment to read about this featured foodie!

November Superfood Week Day 6

I am very happy to have my friend Eugenia Makrogianneli from Eat Yourself Greek blog join us for day 6 of our superfood week. Today Eugenia is focused on the superfood ingredient pomegranate! Pomegranate is one of those superfoods I want to say that is the hidden fruit of the holidays. As Eugenia put it, pomegranates are not only delicious but they hold a bag of antioxidants and are a source of fiber, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin K, and potassium. Pomegranates also play a huge role in our Greek culture during the New Year. To this day, my father will have at least 2 or 3 pomegranates in the kitchen in hopes it brings a good new year for all of us. Read more about the significance of the pomegranate and ancient Greeks here.

Eugenia brought a delicious recipe to this event. Roasted pumpkin with pomegranate and cream of feta recipe. This would go perfect on any holiday table, and very easy to make too.

 

For the full recipe link, please click here.

 

 

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Thank you very much to Eugenia for stopping by, and I do hope you give her some love on her blog

Photo credit: Eugenia & Eat Yourself Greek blog.

 

One more recipe coming today on this two-part segment. 

Don’t forget to join us tomorrow for our last day of November Superfood Week featuring a dear friend of mine. 

 

 

 

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