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Cheesecake Extravaganza

Strawberries and Cream 
Roasted Walnuts
Pumpkin Delight


Hey everyone, I’d like to know what kind of cheesecake you like. Do you prefer a plain cheesecake, or a fancy one like those in the pictures above?

I love all kinds of cheesecake. My favorites are plain, strawberry and pumpkin.


45 thoughts on “Cheesecake Extravaganza

  1. I already have about five cheesecake recipes, one is called a Russian Pluck-Cake – don’t know what is Russian about that, but it’s mainly a chocolate shortcrust with which you cover base and the rim and a custard-quark-filling with some vanilla-custard-powder as filling – on which you pluck the last third of the shortcrust dough.

    Another one is from the baking tray with cooked apples.

    A no bake cream-cheese variety with some jello-powder. Butter-cookie base and a cream-cheese-jellypowder filling (the latter replaces gelatine).

    A simple cheese-cake made from quark (though mine tend to be a little firmer and darker than the American variety), one of the staple recipes of each German housewife – well, unless she is vegan.

    Another simple cheesecake with cream cheese.

    I love all of them. The apple variety is good when you need to use your apples from your backyard and finally want some variety to the old-fashioned apple-pie (nothing against old-fashioned! Just sometimes you have eaten it once too often.)

    The no-bake variety is called Philadelphia-cake – not because it is from Philadelphia, but because it uses cream-cheese – and the company promoted this recipe who sold cream-cheese under then name Philadelphia-cheese.

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