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Cheesecake for my daughter's babyshower

Sue, RI(Zone 6a)

Does anyone have a cheesecake recipe they would like to share? My daughter's babyshower is on the 19th and I'd like to make one instead of buying it. Thanks, Sue :-)

edited to add: ps. she's having twins!!

This message was edited Sep 5, 2009 1:45 PM

Delray Beach, FL(Zone 10a)

I have baked cheesecakes and cheese cakes and cheesecakes. Some crack, some don't quite turn out. I switched favorite recipe at least 6 times in the last 35 years. That's until I found Alton Brown's Sour Cream cheesecake recipe. What can I say, once you make that one, you'll never look back. Follow this link to the recipe:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/sour-cream-cheesecake-recipe/index.html

You'll love, I garontee it, as Chef Paul Prud'homme said. If you don't, just ship it to me. LOL.

Happy cheesecaking.
Sylvain.

Van Nuys, CA

I have never put heavy cream in my cheesecake before. I may give this a try.

Delray Beach, FL(Zone 10a)

Please let me know how it turns out for you. I have given this recipe to a lot of people and noone has failed yet. That's why it's a keeper for me.

Sylvain.

Hammonton, NJ(Zone 6b)

I intend trying this cheesecake recipe, however, would like to know what the filling is like beforehand. Light and fluffy or thick and dense?

Any special tips in the mixing and baking? Many thanks :-)

This message was edited Feb 12, 2010 12:18 PM

Delray Beach, FL(Zone 10a)

It's light and fluffy There is no particular mixing trick to it. Follow the recipe and you'll experience success with bragging rights.

Sylvain.

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