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Old 12-23-2005, 07:03 AM   #1
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Long day in the kitchen

Every year at Christmas I bake cheesecakes for friends & family.
yesterday was the day for baking-did 24 cheesecakes and 48 smaller tart pan cakes.
6 different types of cheesecake--pan tarts are fruit topped.
I'm tired #-o but they are great gifts and taste good too
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Old 12-23-2005, 07:17 AM   #2
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OSD writes >>yesterday was the day for baking-did 24 cheesecakes and 48 smaller tart pan cakes<<<<

Did ya smoke em ??
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Old 12-23-2005, 07:27 AM   #4
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Re: Long day in the kitchen

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Every year at Christmas I bake cheesecakes for friends & family.
yesterday was the day for baking-did 24 cheesecakes and 48 smaller tart pan cakes.
6 different types of cheesecake--pan tarts are fruit topped.
I'm tired #-o but they are great gifts and taste good too
You have a recipe you'd like to share? Finney is at my house, he said to send his to my address.
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Old 12-23-2005, 07:33 AM   #5
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Chris- I must have lost it :^o
but I would gladly sent you the recipes--I have over 50 different ones

Bobberger--no I didn't smoke any yesterday--but I have cooked them in the smoker. reg cheesecakes aren't good that way--but-- an Italian one made with Ricotta cheese works great.
When I finish smoking the meat and put it to rest I let the temp go up to 300 then put the cheese cake in smoker -takes about an hour to bake. I use 1 chunk of apple for smoke. =P~
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OSD writes >>>--but-- an Italian one made with Ricotta cheese works great.
When I finish smoking the meat and put it to rest I let the temp go up to 300 then put the cheese cake in smoker -takes about an hour to bake. I use 1 chunk of apple for smoke. <<<<<

I'd give that a try =D>

cud ya email me Rdevine521@msn.com

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Old 12-23-2005, 07:55 AM   #7
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Larry--I put a good one in the recipes for you.
Bobberger --I put the Ricotta one in there also--if you put in smoker use the pie crusts not the spring form pan
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