Now That's What I Call A Cheese Cake!
By Judy Evans
December 1, 2015 7:57am CST
In September we attended the wedding of our nephew in London. He was the son of Vince's sister. Four of Vince's five brothers also attended. We stayed in a very nice hotel in Guildford for two nights and enjoyed our time together on what was a momentous occasion. There was a civil ceremony in a lovely ancient manor house. Some months previously, Clandon House, the original choice for the reception, had burnt down. After the ceremony, a Catholic priest and a Jewish rabbi combined to help blessings on the young couple. We were treated to a lavish meal but one of the highlights was the selection of cheeses. I've seen a few cheese cakes in my time but never one quite like this. Of course it isn't a cheesecake in the usual sense of the word.
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1 Dec 15
Funny that you should call this a cheese cake. New York calls itself the capital of cheese cakes but, of course, the best cakes come from Austria and Germany. A cheese cake is sweet and not made with cheese but with Quark which is a kind of cottage cheese.
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• Bunbury, Australia
1 Dec 15
They had a wedding cake as well. And the desserts were to die for! I must post about them one day. Three tall glasses each with a different filling. Lemon posset seems to be the 'in' pudding. I'd never heard of it then came across it several times in the course of a month or two.