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2021-05-17 11:40:16 AM  
In college we had a drinking game based on the Golden Girls. You drink every time rose says something stupid, Blanche something slutty, Dorothy something biatchy, etc. When the old county is mentioned you gotta chug.
 
2021-05-17 11:56:35 AM  

Subtonic: In college we had a drinking game based on the Golden Girls. You drink every time rose says something stupid, Blanche something slutty, Dorothy something biatchy, etc. When the old county is mentioned you gotta chug.


We did something similar but the winner was the first one to splooge on Blanche on the TV screen.

/good times
 
2021-05-17 12:20:00 PM  
Bacon cheddar savory cheesecake.  That is all.
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2021-05-17 12:25:38 PM  
Cheesecake is the mashed potatoes of desserts.  By itself, it's nearly useless.  It needs all sorts of tasty toppings and mix ins before it's worth a damn.
 
2021-05-17 12:50:47 PM  
Whatever subby.  I hate cheesecake, and I'm still fat
 
2021-05-17 1:10:32 PM  
That reminds me to check if Costco has Junior's cheesecake again (evil, delicious stuff!)
 
2021-05-17 1:29:16 PM  

Ker_Thwap: Cheesecake is the mashed potatoes of desserts.  By itself, it's nearly useless.  It needs all sorts of tasty toppings and mix ins before it's worth a damn.


Thanks for proving cheesecake is Satan's dessert and you need to hide the funk to make it palatable.
 
2021-05-17 2:15:43 PM  
Well they had a recipe for a "rice pudding" cheese cake and I can't work out wtf they're doing.  They said to rinse rice, boil it for 10 minutes in water, strain it, then simmer in milk for 10 minutes and it's supposed to be ready to be baked (30 minutes at 350).

Are they using instant rice?  Already cooked rice?  Regular long-grain? I guess instant makes the most sense, but who rinses instant rice?  I wouldn't expect the regular rice to cook through enough to give me the rice pudding texture I expect which I generally make from fully cooked rice and then re-cook with milk.  If it was already fully cooked I would expect it to over-cook to glue.  Maybe an ariborio like I'm making a risotto?
 
2021-05-17 2:32:31 PM  
This is the best!
You can tell by how splattered the page is.
Made it for a Fairy Princess reunion party, my friends were just eating, no gabbing.
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2021-05-17 2:33:18 PM  

mike_d85: Well they had a recipe for a "rice pudding" cheese cake and I can't work out wtf they're doing.  They said to rinse rice, boil it for 10 minutes in water, strain it, then simmer in milk for 10 minutes and it's supposed to be ready to be baked (30 minutes at 350).

Are they using instant rice?  Already cooked rice?  Regular long-grain? I guess instant makes the most sense, but who rinses instant rice?  I wouldn't expect the regular rice to cook through enough to give me the rice pudding texture I expect which I generally make from fully cooked rice and then re-cook with milk.  If it was already fully cooked I would expect it to over-cook to glue.  Maybe an ariborio like I'm making a risotto?


They might be going for the texture of Italian cheesecake, which can have various things mixed in (wheat berries, candied citron rind)

We usually had two for Easter.... plain, and the one to be avoided. (At least for my tastes)
 
2021-05-17 7:04:54 PM  
The closest I can do to cheesecake is Key Lime pie, and that is more based on Richard Wilson's recreation of his father's recipe, based more on his Dad's stories of how many egg yolks he had to crack that day. The original doesn't have cream cheese anywhere near it. I can see folks going that route essentially for a no-bake version, and even that can be iffy if you don't balance the sugar, lime and condensed milk, but cheesecake is like a very flat base for OTHER stuff, as opposed to a dessert itself.
 
2021-05-17 7:59:24 PM  
In a few months it will be time to make one of these: America's Test Kitchen Foolproof New York Cheesecake with fresh huckleberry topping. It's requested by family, friends, and co-workers. With the amount of cream cheese and huckleberries, it's not cheap, but it is so good.

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2021-05-17 11:54:06 PM  

kp1230: In a few months it will be time to make one of these: America's Test Kitchen Foolproof New York Cheesecake with fresh huckleberry topping. It's requested by family, friends, and co-workers. With the amount of cream cheese and huckleberries, it's not cheap, but it is so good.

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One question - can you mail some to me?
So much deliciousness on a plate!
 
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