Expert Edibles: Mary Jean “Watermelon” Dundson’s Spinach Puff Pie

Vancouver’s iconic weed pin-up and activist shares her recipe for a savoury pastry

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      This week, the weed diva brings viewers back into her kitchen with another delicious infused recipe. While she uses a blend of broccoli and green onions in her Spinach Puff Pies, Watermelon says you can get creative with these hearty savoury pastries.

      Spinach Puff Pie

      What you’ll need:

      • 4 grams of shake flower or 2 grams of dried flower
      • Fresh dill
      • Filo pastry
      • Spinach
      • Mixed greens (Watermelon uses broccoli)
      • Green onions
      • 3 eggs
      • Milk
      • Butter or olive oil
      • Feta cheese
      • Pinch of salt
      Mary Jean "Watermelon" Dundson

      This recipe makes eight pies. Also check out Watermelon’s Gramola recipe and her step-to-step tutorial for preparing shake flower.

      Mary Jean "Watermelon" Dunsdon is a Vancouver-based cannabis advocate, baker, and entrepreneur. In 2002, Watermelon produced her first of many cooking show titled Baked n Baking. Others came later titled Baking a Fool of MyselfWatermelon's KitchenBaked with Mary Jean, and Infused. The small business owner of two imported candy shops and one marijuana bakery she spends most of her days perfecting recipe techniques, hula hooping, sampling liquorice, and nude sunbathing.