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Basque Burnt Cheesecake with Drip Coffee & Caffeine Free Christmas Cookie Flavored Nettle Tea
The most popularized version of Basque cheesecake. This cheesecake was made out of an adaption by a new recipe from my little sister, which means this was my very first time baking Basque burnt cheesecake by a whole new recipe.
I did put in a big effort to make this, it paid off I think. Besides, it was a nice idea being lazy with a plan. Compared to laminated pastry, the previous one I made, yet easier to make too. It relatively took less time in the entire process. To top it off, no need to think of resting. Fridge can do up its own job. Once done to a nice shape in stable condition, basically a ready to serve.
This was more likely a bridging the gap, less likely a typical Christmas dessert as seen. Except for ricotta cheese, a pairing of sweet treat and cheese is normally not mine as way too strong stuff for me.
But my partner and I are getting behind our ski weekend. Falling the schedule would be the only clear thing for a while, which means, our fondue day had no way to make it out. Apparently, we are in some place on which staying actually can’t get somewhere. This was another way to indulge in pleasures of the season, that’s needed.
Trivially, vacherin mont d’or baked with whole garlic cloves and a splash of white wine, that’s the only dish on the fondue day menu. A good use of white wine is complied with both his and mine. Naturally overlaid one far between.
There is no presence in pics as I had the coffee with my partner. Dark tone based on earthy mouthfeel in ash character, it was remarkable. The coffee went well with this cheesecake, admittedly. Incredibly melting, amazingly dissolving, no greasy or slimy at all. It reached out. Both tea and coffee are mine, it agitates me of a demanding person in there. Everyone has their own preference. Still, it’s often rewarding to try his selection. He did a great job.
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