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PremierLeague-News.Com - Not all cheesecakes are created equal
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! If this isn’t the first of my taste tests you’re reading, you’ll probably know by now I have a sweet tooth. So having pitted chocolate buttons against each other, and even tried some Percy Pig pancakes, cheesecakes were naturally next on the list. As my hometown of Hackney sadly has very few supermarkets in the local area, I couldn’t be choosy, and had to select a mix of what was on offer in my local stores. I left the shops with Co-op’s lemon cheesecake, Sainsbury’s New York vanilla cheesecake slices, and of course, Gü Spanish lemon cheesecakes. Read on to find out which was the best of the lot, and which had the ultimate soggy bottom. Three cheesecakes at once? Don't mind if I do Texture 3rd prize - Sainsbury’s. The driest and densest of the lot, as I suppose is to be expected from a New York style cheesecake. 2nd prize - Co-op. The top half was fine. See ‘base’ section for the bottom half. Mary Berry look away now. 1st prize - Gü. A lovely balance going on here.
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. Plus a free ramekin to collect in your cupboard with all the others, promising yourself they’ll be useful for miniature items of the future.
Ah, more ramekins. Just what I needed
Base A very important part of a cheesecake, often overlooked and underrepresented, in my opinion. 3rd prize - Co-op. A thin, flimsy and mediocre base. A real soggy bottom. 2rd prize - Gü. I wasn’t blown away with this base either, but it wasn’t soggy, so it’s second place. 1st prize - Undoubtedly Sainsbury’s wins here. Lovely and thick, with ample crunch and a good top:bottom ratio.
Just look at that buttery biscuit base
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