12 mai 2015

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TAGS:  THE BAKING BIBLE   CHEESECAKES       LABELS: Alpha Bakers 

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Milagritos   2017-01-07

What a wonderful tutorial! I'm reading this just before dinner and a wish someone had prepared me a meal just like the one you had. Fortunate people! It is odd that sometimes ingredients don't add up. I'm very particular about scraping everything really well so that nothing is left behind. Despite your concerns, your cheesecakes turned out beautifully!

orin   2017-01-07

I find that allowing the cheese cake along the sour cream come to a room temperature make it much easier to mix when making a cheesecake. never the less, your cakes looks great.

faithy   2017-01-07

I liked your progress photos to show you how used the hot towel and turned the pan upside down. Lovely photos and presentation! You don't like liver? Not even foie gras? Liver depends on how it is cooked. I absolutely hated it when my mom made me eat the liver just scaled lightly with boiling ginger water - supposedly good for the blood ie increase iron. But liver stir fry with lots of ginger and sesame oil is ok. And foie gras also fine for me too. :)

Catherine   2017-01-07

Your 'simple meal' sounds delish! And I like your upside down approach to the cheesecakes too.

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

Thanks Catherine. Simple is always the best way.

Jeniffer   2017-01-07

Oh I like the upside down with crust on top! Your photos are great… love the post :)

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

Thanks Jennifer. Placing them upside down seemed to have the most appeal. Just made sense to me.

Vicki   2017-01-07

I love how you served them with the walnut crust on top! Love the intro picture of the cherry pie. So beautiful.

Marie   2017-01-07

Your first and last pictures are really lovely. I had nearly all the same experiences as you - not quite enough ground nuts to line the pans (but my grandson has suddenly taken a liking to walnuts--after they've been toasted and skinned, of course), I couldn't get rid of the lumps of cream cheese, and I had trouble removing them from the pans. But also the same positive reaction to the cheesecakes

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

I think these are more than dessert. We found ourselves eating them for breakfast as well.

Marie   2017-01-07

Your first and last pictures are really lovely. I had nearly all the same experiences as you - not quite enough ground nuts to line the pans (but my grandson has suddenly taken a liking to walnuts--after they've been toasted and skinned, of course), I couldn't get rid of the lumps of cream cheese, and I had trouble removing them from the pans. But also the same positive reaction to the cheesecakes

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

I think these are more than dessert. We found ourselves eating them for breakfast as well.

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