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Today's blog post touched on my cheesecake-making woes. If you have any tips or suggestions after reading this, please helllllppppp meeeeeee!

 

Laura came home from college last Wednesday amid my Thanksgiving Eve baking fiasco (a yearly event). The pumpkin pie passed the family inspection with only a few points docked for an ugly crust and the nasty scrape I made across the top with my oven mitt. But as usual, despite my intense online recipe studies on making cheesecake, the dessert still turned out looking like a replica of the Sahara Desert with intense crevasses zig-zagging across the top.  Why?! Why?!
Whyyyy?!!!  MORE

 

 

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