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post #1 of 6
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Hi,
I'm a newbie to this site.:bounce: I'm not a professional chef but I have been told my cheesecakes rival anything any big city has to offer. I want to learn how to make a 6 inch high cheesecake. I have ordered slices in different restaurants but nowhere on the internet have I been able to find a recipe. I have increased the the size of some of my cheesecakes by 1/4 but that's as far as I have gotten! If anyone has a recipe that they would share I would really appreciate that!
Thanks:)
post #2 of 6
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Newbie to to Chef Talk!

[QUOTE=libby537;299300]Hi,
I'm a newbie to this site.:bounce: I'm not a professional chef but I have been told my cheesecakes rival anything any big city has to offer. I love to cook and because we live so rually if we don't make it ourselfs we don't get to eat the way we like. I look forward to seeing what real chefs and pastry chefs around the world are doing and writing about as we do love to study cookbooks for new idea's!
Thanks
post #3 of 6
Good luck with your quest for the 6" cheesecake... made me drool just thinking about it :bounce: You should certainly post in the Pastries and Baking forum; I'm sure someone must know a handy trick or two to achieve the height. There are some pretty phenomenal talents here :chef:
post #4 of 6
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thanks for telling me!

I will check out the Pastries and Baking!:bounce:
post #5 of 6
Hie, I m a Newbie too, I m not a Chef, but i deals in the equipments used for cooking, basically for larger scale like hotels, canteen, restaurants.
post #6 of 6

hi, i am a cooking beginner but i am intrested in.

 

 

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