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Old 10-30-2012, 11:44 PM   #11
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I'm getting sidetracked from my pumpkin dish by all this chatter about lemon, and cheesecake and lasagna and...
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Do you need me to come over and eat the pumpkin dish for you?
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Yum. Now put a nice little layer of lemon curd on top. Yes...that would be great!

Yeah, you are right Chopper. I think the taste it would be amazing. i am so excited now, can't wait to try new lemon curd recipe.
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Do you need me to come over and eat the pumpkin dish for you?

It's doing double duty, the Golden Chef Challenge and a competition at work. I hope it turns out!
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Yeah, you are right Chopper. I think the taste it would be amazing. i am so excited now, can't wait to try new lemon curd recipe.
You go girl!!!
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It's doing double duty, the Golden Chef Challenge and a competition at work. I hope it turns out!
Wow, what pressure!!!
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Thanks for the recipe, this sounds good
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Lemon Cheesecake This is my favorite "Plain" Cheesecake, you can use any citrus juice you like. The crust: Graham Cracker is classic, but you can use Oreos, Ginger Snaps, anything you like, better to use a crispy cracker or you can pour it into greased muffin pans or ramikins without a crust to cut down on carbs. Lemon Cheesecake 5-8 ounce packages cream cheese, room temperature 2 cups sugar 7 large eggs, beaten 3 cups sour cream 2 tablespoons finely grated lemon zest 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice Preheat oven 350F. Stir 2 cups cookie crumbs and 6 tablespoons butter in bowl until covered. Press mixture into bottom of 9" Springform pan with 3" sides. Bake crust 12 minutes. Cool completely. Lower oven temp to 325F. Using 3 large sheets of foil put cake pan in center, Fold foil around pan to seal. With mixer, beat cream cheese until smooth and fluffy. Slowly mix in sugar. Stir beaten eggs into cream cheese mixture until smooth. Stir in sour cream, lemon zest and juice. Pour mixture over cooled cookie crust. Place large roasting pan on middle shelf of oven. Place your foil-wrapped cake pan in roasting pan. Pour boiling water into roasting pan to come halfway up sides of cake pan. Bake cake about 1 hour 25 minutes, until a toothpick in the center comes out clean. Remove cake pan from water, remove foil. Cool cake in pan on rack 2 hours. Chill uncovered until cold; cover and keep chilled at least 1 day and up to 2 days. Slide table knife around side of pan to loosen cake, carefully loosen pan bottom from sides and push up pan bottom to release cake. Place cake with bottom on platter. Garnish with lemon leaves or twists. 3 stars 1 reviews
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