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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Count Roland » Tue Mar 15, 2011 7:28 pm

I just made some cottage pudding with cherry sauce. except technically I think because of the cherry sauce it has some inventive name having to do with carnivals, can't remember it.

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Renegade_Turner » Wed Mar 16, 2011 12:33 am

Endoperez wrote:It's cheeseCAKE. As in most cakes, the emphasis is on the sugary sweetness and tastes-so-good-iness. Unfortunately, that sugary sweetness is sticky and doesn't stay together. It's thicker than, say, whipped cream, but you still need something to keep it together. Ergo, someone decided to put the stuff on a biscuit.

Also, it's gooood.

Now I want to bake something.
What's your point? Me and Freshbite were both assertive of the need for plenty of biscuit base. Your words upset and confuse me.

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Renegade_Turner » Wed Mar 16, 2011 12:36 am

zoidberg rules wrote:Wait, pancakes are made with salt?!
There are salts in many things. Not necessarily the table-salt variety, but salt nonetheless.

Look here.

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Endoperez » Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:53 am

Renegade_Turner wrote:What's your point? Me and Freshbite were both assertive of the need for plenty of biscuit base. Your words upset and confuse me.
Actually, Freshbite said "Less [biscuit base]? Oh dear. Might aswell just serve plain cheese." Accompanied by a picture of a kind of a cheese that could be served on its own, but wouldn't be used for a cheesecake. My point was that cheesecake sans base couldn't be served on its own.

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by zoidberg rules » Wed Mar 16, 2011 3:44 am

I made a cheescake once, and it was yum.

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Freshbite » Wed Mar 16, 2011 4:09 am

Endoperez wrote:My point was that cheesecake sans base couldn't be served on its own.
What I brought up was that I thought that there were too much cheesecake base on too little biscuit mass, stating that with that kind of cheesecake/biscuit ratio, you might aswell you eat plain cheese, and poor a little sugar on for that "sugary sweetness".

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Renegade_Turner » Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:30 am

Endoperez wrote:
Renegade_Turner wrote:What's your point? Me and Freshbite were both assertive of the need for plenty of biscuit base. Your words upset and confuse me.
Actually, Freshbite said "Less [biscuit base]? Oh dear. Might aswell just serve plain cheese." Accompanied by a picture of a kind of a cheese that could be served on its own, but wouldn't be used for a cheesecake. My point was that cheesecake sans base couldn't be served on its own.
Yeah, as in he was saying that if you didn't have enough biscuit base you might as well be eating cheese. As a tongue-in-cheek comment, nonetheless. Ergo, he was saying that cheesecakes should have plenty of biscuit base. He wasn't implying that without the base it would still be cheesecake, and he wasn't seriously considering the use of actual plain cheese as a substitute. How is this difficult? :)

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Endoperez » Wed Mar 16, 2011 11:30 am

It looks like it's very difficult to read the tone of an internet post correctly.

In other news, I just baked a pineapple pie. Mmm, pie.

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Dudeman » Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:49 pm

Endoperez wrote:It looks like it's very difficult to read the tone of an internet post correctly.

In other news, I just baked a pineapple pie. Mmm, pie.
Anyone ever had pineapple upside-down cake?

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by zoidberg rules » Wed Mar 16, 2011 3:48 pm

I have had an upside-down cake before, but I can't remember what was in it... Still, that too was yum! :lol:

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Count Roland » Wed Mar 16, 2011 8:09 pm

Pineapple pie is probably one of the best pies ever.

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Freshbite » Thu Mar 17, 2011 4:41 am

Taco-pie, yes.

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Renegade_Turner » Fri Mar 18, 2011 11:43 am

Endoperez wrote:It looks like it's very difficult to read the tone of an internet post correctly.
No tone detection was required. :D
Freshbite wrote:Taco-pie, yes.
You are the winner...taco chips are awesome. I must've had about 5 or 6 taco chips in the last 10 days.

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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Krabman318 » Fri Mar 18, 2011 12:36 pm

Cotton cake!
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Re: Cheesecake

Post by Freshbite » Sat Mar 19, 2011 6:51 am

That looks... surprisingly yummy.

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