Cheesecake and Vinegar ???

cheesecake & bottles

Oh, my! This was totally outgrageous! Our neighbor brought us two small pieces of cheesecake. Since we are not big dessert eaters, I cut each piece into three pieces, and we enjoyed this lovely treat, adorned with the beautiful vinegars that we just acquired, for three consecutive lunches.

The one above has Espresso pooled on the top, flat part. I put some Blenheim Apricot on the other part of the piece. After I had eaten most of it, I drizzled on some Raspberry on the remaining shreds.

Pretty much all the same experiments were carried out on the pieces shown below, except that there were more fancy decorations on this slice.

two cheesecake pieces

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7 Responses to Cheesecake and Vinegar ???

  1. Clanmother says:

    Sounds absolutely delicious! Who knew…

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  2. Once4all says:

    I’ve never seen vinegars of those flavors. I can’t even imagine how they would taste. The cheesecake looks scrumptious.

    Bev

    On Sunday, May 26, 2013, Adventures of Dorrie Anne wrote: > judilyn posted: ” Oh, my! This was totally outgrageous! Our neighbor brought us two small pieces of cheesecake. Since we are not big dessert eaters, I cut each piece into three pieces, and we enjoyed this lovely treat, adorned with the beautiful vinegars that we jus” >

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    • judilyn says:

      The little shop is directly across the street from The Texas Roadhouse restaurant in the building with Smith Chiropractic. There are many other treats to look at in there.

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  3. Holly Knott says:

    Lovely photos, and the espresso version sounds GREAT! I have heard of regular balsamic vinegar on strawberries but can’t bring myself to try it. Have you had that?

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    • judilyn says:

      If you can find a “tasting” place, take some fruit in to try a few out. But, yes, I have had all kinds of vinegars on all kinds of foods, especially vegetables. Try just a little spot and see what you think. We got hooked on this treat when we were in the Pacific Northwest in 2005-06. Good on cheeses, too! ;->

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