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Cheesecake! Just the mention of the word gets our mouths watering! Cheesecake is a smooth, creamy, delightful dessert that is not only wonderful to our taste but to our sight as well. And the great thing about cheesecake is that it comes in dozens of flavors and can be topped with your favorite fruit or other sweet toppings!
The history of cheesecakes seems to date back to the early Greeks, but whether you get it from Greece, a fancy bakery in New York, or at your corner market, you know cheesecakes will be a welcomed dessert in your home.

Here's the thing, if you want a delicious cheesecake, contrary to popular belief, you don't have to go to a certain 'factory' or a famous bakery, cheesecakes are a very simple dessert to make right in your own home. You don't need a bunch of fancy equipment either, just get yourself a spring form pan and a mixer, and you can create the most delightful cheesecakes in your town!

In this book we provide you with some of the tastiest cheesecake recipes around. We enjoy making them, so we know you will too!!

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ISBN: 9781301257805
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