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Old 08-31-2006, 02:02 PM   #51
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That thing gets NO cheesecake. Tattarat, is that a real pic of you, I love it !!!
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Old 08-31-2006, 02:05 PM   #52
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LOL, nah, just some comic relief. Some intense "Cheesecake" stuff going on in here, wheww.
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nooooooooooooooooo lol you didnt start like me lol i didnt re invent the wheel..

Your not making a textbook cheesecake no. your making a cake with cheese lol

and yes i definitly need more wookie

Ok.. your mixing is a lil off.. try this it will help with deflation!

Add all your ingrediants BAR the eggs.. and the bloody baking soda

then add eggs ONE at a time to make sure they are incorporated.

ta da! mixed no reason to add your vanilla and Lemon juice so late in the mix
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Old 08-31-2006, 02:11 PM   #54
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after all, it's a race toward confection perfection
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Old 08-31-2006, 02:13 PM   #55
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nooooooooooooooooo lol you didnt start like me lol i didnt re invent the wheel..
LMBO, " bloody baking soda " ewwie.
Thanks Jen. I had hoped for your input on the mixing order. I've tried different things without knowing what the heck to expect.
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Old 08-31-2006, 02:20 PM   #56
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I have really enjoyed reading all of this discussion about cheescake. I once ate an Italian cheesecake that was so light and delicate - wish I had the recipe! Here in Puerto Vallarta, we have been waiting all day for the forecasted hurricane to appear, and so far, it's only a little light rain, so we are very bored... Just thought I would add something else to the mix: yesterday, we were at a little tienda (tiny convenience-type store) in Bucerias, a fishing town about 12 miles north of PV. We were buying sodas for the guys who were working on our little casa there - we are getting ready to move in the next few days. There was a curious-looking "pie" type thing on the counter and we were hungry, so we bought two pieces. The clerk said it was "cheesecake." Actually, it was a sort of custard pie, with regular pie crust, but it tasted much richer and sweeter. Sort of like a very creamy flan, but more substance and a crust. My bet is that it had condensed milk in it...it was absolutely delicious. And since it was sitting at room temp (about 92 degrees), we have been waiting for the dreaded stomach cramps to set in, but so far, so good.
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Old 08-31-2006, 02:23 PM   #57
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and yes i definitly need more wookie
wookie woopie? Do girls find wookie hot? At this rate, I'll never make it to your cheesecake heaven
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Old 08-31-2006, 02:30 PM   #58
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Just thought I would add something else to the mix
LOL Karen(my older sister's name), that sounds like a custard tart. Good luck to you in your move. Glad to hear the hurricane turned into a non-event.
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actually the japanese cheesecake makes an emulsified slurry out of cornstarch and eggs for a really smooooth finish.almost plastic looking but it holds well!

My fav cheesecake is polish made with potato mmm

PS ALWAYS make cheesecake with room temp cheese.
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