5 Mushroom Recipes for a Post-Oppenheimer Movie World

Just like the long-standing effects of the atomic bomb, the threads of the Oppenheimer movie are still making their way into pop culture, casual conversation, style, and beyond. So you might as well hop on the post-Oppenheimer train, and whip up one of the following recipes utilizing mushrooms as an ingredient. This entire article may be a mushroom cloud joke…

Stuffed Pork Loin with Mushrooms, Ginger and Currants

A sweet and savory stuffing makes this ballotine-style pork loin recipe a dream!

The mushrooms, ginger, and currants are infused with the nutty, rich flavors of the meat, while the loin stays tender from the juices of the stuffing, as well as the jacket of fat left on. This one-pan dish is perfect and easy to warm up your dinner guests, feed the family, or enjoy curled up on the couch with a blanket and a movie on TV.

Ken-ergy: The Ultimate Post-Workout Smoothie

A look in of a single glass with a thick chocolate Ken-ergy: The Ultimate Post-workout smoothie and a little melting ice on the left side

Just like the crossover during the Barbie and Oppenheimer premiers, this post-workout smoothie, made to keep the Ken-ergy alive, features Om Master Blend Organic Mushroom Powder and is a great addition to any late-night top secret projects you may be working on.

Buttered Mushroom Tartine

Buttered Mushroom Tartine on two separate plates with mushrooms in one plate and a dip sauce in another

The art of tartine making is something that every home cook should perfect. It can be a quick meal with endless flavor and ingredient combinations or a singular tried and true recipe perfected through repetition.

Vegetarian Ramen Bowls

A flay-lay image of vegetarian ramen bowls with various vegetables and garnishes. Vegetarian meal.

A delicious soup-for-dinner strategy may be in order? Because this vegetarian dish is flavorful, it will be more treat than sacrifice. It’s also perfect for Meatless Mondays.

Farro Risotto with Mushrooms and Taleggio

A wholesome and farro risotto made with earthy mushrooms, and indulgent Taleggio cheese, creating a delicious and satisfying dish with a rustic and comforting appeal.
Cory Hughes adds a savory, rich risotto to the Thanksgiving table.

This recipe is based on based on “warm, nourishing, stick-to-your-guts kind of food.”

Story by Jordan Snowden

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