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Moroccan couscous with shrimp Fast2eat
The shrimp and couscous in this dish complement each other so nicely. Perfect if you want an easy, light and quick meal. This one-pot wonder will impress friends and family and satisfy even the hungriest diners. Read more
100% whole wheat sesame seeds maple bread Fast2eat
A delicious, whole wheat bread, sweetened with maple and with sesame seeds (or various seeds) for flavour and texture. This is the whole wheat bread recipe you’ve been looking for: delicious, flavourful, soft inside, crusty on the outside, gorgeous crumb, healthy, 100% whole wheat, with no unknown additives, and vegan. You’ll love making this for healthy sandwiches, avocado toast, French toast, and more! Read more
The prep for this appetizer is so minimal that this “make-ahead” tip might sound silly, but it’s always nice to check small steps off the list and know that all you have to do before the party is put the Brie in the oven to bake. Read more
A common complaint with baked Brie is that the wheel fails to melt or even ends up rubbery. When baking Brie, remember a few key things that will encourage good melting. Read more
If you baked it on a pie plate, serve straight from the plate, but double-check that the plate has cooled enough to handle. Arrange sliced baguette or crackers or apple slices around the Brie and serve while warm. Let it cool – Serve warm but not too hot, so the cheese isn’t too runny. Read more
Brie has a sumptuous yet delicate mild and bloomy flavour profile and creamy texture, making it easy to pair with an array of foods. This cheese isn’t overpowering, so it’s a simple way to enhance the flavours of its accompaniments. When picking things to accompany Brie, it is important to enhance these qualities without overwhelming them. You can choose from many pairings to drizzle over or stuff inside before or after cooking it. As long as you keep the ratios about the same, you can top this Brie with whatever your friends and family enjoy! Read more
Baked Brie
Brie is known to be one of the world’s great cheeses, and perhaps this is due to its taste and its simple versatility. Brie can be eaten on its own — uncooked or baked. Read more
Thankfully, Brie is one of those cheeses that provide signs it is past its prime. When buying Brie, don’t be shy. Pick it up and poke it a bit. Read more
 
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