Chef Time!

Chef Time!

Friday, December 23, 2011

My Cheesecake Factory (From My Laboratory)

Here are just a few of the Cheesecakes that has come out of my laboratory (My Kitchen). Enjoy the delightful Food Porn.

This one is called Semik. It is a Polish Cheesecake, made with cottage cheese. Originally it calls for Quark cheese, but I am unable to find it around here in York, Nebraska.


This is a Japanese Green Tea. This was the first Green tea cheesecake for me. Thought it was going to be hard, but it was easier than I originally thought.



Here is a Mocha latte cheesecake.


This one is a Bailey's Cheesecake, made with Baileys cream.


I made here is called a Root Beer Float Cheesecake. Yes, you can taste the root beer.


This is a Banana Rum cheesecake, very delish.


This one here, is a Butter Rum Cheesecake. Had to use up the rum somehow. I used spiced rum for both the Banana and Butter Rum cheesecakes.


All time favorite. Caramel Apple Cheesecake.


This is my Peanut Butter with a Jelly swirled into it. Made this a few months back.



Japanese Cotton Cheesecake. The lightest and fluffiest Cheesecake ever!



Margarita anyone? Really easy and very delicious.



Mint Chocolate Chip Cheesecake.



Here is a Peach Cheesecake. A summertime favorite.



Peanut Butter and Jelly mini cheesecakes.



Peppermint flavored Cheesecake.
Another summertime favorite, a slice of Pink Lemonade Cheesecake.



Pink Lemonade Cheesecake before being sliced.



A earlier Pink Lemonade Cheesecake. Made it too light and not enough lemon.



Pink Lemonade cheesecake bites.



Something a little more different than the usual routine. A Polka Dot Cheesecake.



Pumpkin Cheesecake.



A slice of a Red Velvet Cheesecake. A nice treat for Christmas.



Red Velvet Cheesecake before slicing.




Ricotta Cheesecake.

 Blue Cardamom Cheesecake. Completely Gluten Free!



 Another summertime favorite. Blueberry Cheesecake.



 Something that I tried only once so far. A Candied Kumquat Cheesecake. Wasn't too crazy about the fruit.



 This is a Jewish Cheesecake, called a Covered Cheesecake. It has a cheesecake filling between 2 layers of spongecake.



This is my most unusual cheesecake ever upon request. This is called a Ube Cheesecake.

Now you can make all these Cheesecakes in your home! I have written two cheesecake cookbooks. One is titled "The Sinful World of Cheesecakes", which available at all online bookstores. Then there is " Cheesecake Galore", which is an eBook and can be downloaded at www.smashwords.com.

1 comment:

tracy tucker said...

Quark cheese *used* to be available from the Shadowbrook Farm people at Denton. Kevin's wife (whose name escapes me at the moment, sorry) started a little cheese shop, and she demo-ed quark at the Sunday farmer's market on 56th & Old Cheney a couple of years ago.