Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Tim S, 25 Dec 2008.
Thank you for making this the best Friday I have ever had to spend at work after x-mas.
Here's what I made for Christmas dessert:
Cappuccino Fudge Cheesecake!
The crust was made from espresso flavored dark chocolate, dark chocolate chunk chocolate cookies (and other stuff). The fudge layer was made from dark chocolate, Kahlua and cream. The cheese layer was made from cream cheese, ground up coffee, rum, espresso powder and other stuff. The topping was made from sour cream, vanilla and sugar. The piping on the top is the same stuff as the layer above the crust. I garnished it with Starbucks Milk Chocolate Covered Espresso Beans.
It was so deliciously decadent. It was difficult to eat only 1 1/16 slice (700 calories) even though I was stuffed.
Nope. It's entirely a Bit-Tech thing.
Best scratch build I've seen in a while. Nominate for mod of the year
This has to return for next christmas....
and the bit-tech cheesecake award trophy....C,mon I would love to see a reply from the manufacturer.
Happy New Year all....
I think a cheesecake award for the most silly yet fun and usefull product to cross the bit-tech desk in the year
excellent stuff, the mighty cheesecake is a worthy subject, you could develop this into a more in-depth review, and I volunteer to assist. We could start by searching out the more ethnic Buttermilk cheesecake, regular UK cheesecakes are made from Cream cheese, the Buttermilk version can be found in certain European countries. What do you think?
The best cheesecake ever is Waitrose's New York Cheesecake, no question.
And, as Forrest Gump would say, that is all I have to say about that.
Sheer brilliance. I've still never actually eaten cheescake...and now I'm even less likely to. They all sounded disgusting
No Waitrose cheesecake, sirs you are missing out on a feast.
Cool now I know the best cheesecake and the best mince pies (custompc)
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