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Bits The bit-tech Cheesecake Supertest 2

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Guest-16, 25 Dec 2009.

  1. FreQ

    FreQ New Member

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    I enjoyed reading this (and last years one too) but I don't like cheesecake, so it's all a moot point for me. Do something that everyone likes; ice cream or proper cakes! :hip:
     
  2. mattbailey

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    Being bored, working Christmasday nights, I have accepted your challange on page 2!

    It appears that there is a EC directive 89/397/EEC which creates annual inspections of foodstuffs and the categorisation on foodstuffs for analysis for statistical reasons, and from this Cheesecake is categorised merely EU Category 13 - Ices and Desserts, but alas, there is no definition given - however Tarts, pies and crumbles are in EU Category 7 (Cereals and Bakery Products), so one doubts if the Gu is really a cheesecake as was suggested, but then again it could chocolate Moussse and thus back in category 13!

    The Cheese and Cream Regulations 1995 were of no use either, this I have turned to the dictionary definition being an English noun....

    Main Entry: cheese·cake
    Pronunciation: \-ˌkāk\
    Function: noun
    Date: 15th century
    1 : a dessert consisting of a creamy filling usually containing cheese baked in a pastry or pressed-crumb shell
    2 : a photographic display of shapely and scantily clothed female figures —often used attributively — compare beefcake

    Therefore, maybe next years cheescake supertest can be on the 2nd accepted definition......
     
  3. rickysio

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    I like that idea.
     
  4. bobwya

    bobwya Custom PC Migrant

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    How about a chocolate mega-test (very important for battlefield stamina) or a 3-way ice cream shoot-out with Supermarket wildcards!! (BTW I have found ice cream is always very cheap when the weather is -5C)
     
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    knightyc CPC refugee

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    I like ice lands cheese cake the rockyroads one yum yum reminds me should get some before wife eats it all :p
     
  7. 13eightyfour

    13eightyfour Formerly Titanium Angel

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    You really need to get a cheesecake from the english cheesecake company in to test, Simply amazing i highly recommend the strawberries and queen.
     
  8. Spaceraver

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    Is it bad that I want Tiramisu instead??
     
  9. Ryu_ookami

    Ryu_ookami I write therefore I suffer.

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    My girlfriend bought a chocolate one from them for my bd. Very good indeed!
     
  11. deanimate

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    I'll add tiramisu to the ideas pot. As long as you all like coffee then I believe it would prove a worthy foe for your taste buds. You could even try making one considering how easy they are to make.
    Mmmmm, tiramisu :D
     
  12. Elton

    Elton Officially a Whisky Nerd

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    Creme Boulette.
     
  13. mattbailey

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    Still prefer the 2nd definition of cheesecake: Keira Knightly for a start please.....
     
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