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    Soggy, fluffy, cold, and flammable. Just the way it should be. No ladyfingers, an amalgamation of two recipes I found online. I use cream cheese and whipping cream instead of marscapone cheese, but I don't hear any complaints when I bring this out. I also use instant coffee, you could leave it out and use 1 1/2 cups strong, brewed coffee, cooled to room temperature instead of water in the Fuel mix.

    Recipe #511388

    This recipe uses almond butter instead of tahini, and the sweetness offsets the garlic quite nicely, without totally overpowering the flavour of the chick peas. Great for anyone with a sesame allergy!

    Recipe #493114

    Indian cheese curd in spinach gravy. This recipe is a personal modification of the one found in Authentic Indian Cooking by Madhuri Anand. I buy my ginger pureed in a jar, but you could use fresh. Either way, don't use dried ginger!

    Recipe #493110

    This artichoke asiago dip is made with greek yoghurt instead of mayonnaise and sour cream, which seriously cuts the fat content and makes it safe for those with egg allergies.

    Recipe #493108

    Authentic Canadian west coast recipe! This winds up being quite mild, which means the buttery taste of the cream and cashews isn't overpowered by spices. For a more carnivorous variation, dice up some cooked bacon and add it before simmering.

    Recipe #492225

    Slightly more work than throwing frozen meatballs and tinned sauce in the slow cooker, but a lot more impressive for your guests, or on nights when the extra effort is worth it.

    Recipe #485146

    We developed this recipe ourselves through experimentation, and we've finally hit the point where we call it perfect.

    Recipe #485143


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