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My Favorite Dessert… Cheesecake ~Quiz

I love all different types of sweets. However, cheesecake has always been my favorite. The photo shows blueberries drizzled over the top. That is delicious but plain cheesecake is just as tasty in my opinion. It goes great with a hot cup of coffee. Doesn’t get much better! Have a go at this cheesecake quiz. Enjoy!

  • Cheesecake may have been served as early as

    • 776 B.C., when cheesecakes were fed to athletes at the first Olympics in Greece
    • 1897, during a New Year’s gala at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.
    • 1880, when Philadelphia Brand cream cheese was first marketed, and its inventor needed to develop a use for this new form of cheese.
  • What is usually the main ingredient of a cheesecake?

    • Fresh Cream
    • Sour Cream
    • Cream Cheese
  • Which ingredients are often used to make a cheesecake’s crust?

    • Corn meal mixed with mashed peas
    • Graham cracker crumbs mixed with butter
    • Oatmeal flakes mixed with cream cheese
  • Some cheesecakes are baked in an oven, while others are served unbaked. What is often missing in an unbaked cheesecake?

    • Crust
    • Cheese
    • Eggs
  • What characterizes New York style cheesecakes?

    • They are never available outside of New York City
    • They have a thin layer of chocolate mousse in the middle
    • They are rich, dense, thick, creamy and unadorned
    • All of the Above
  • What helps make Italian cheesecakes special?

    • Prosciutto cheese
    • Mozzarella Cheese
    • Ricotta Cheese
  • What kind of cheese is used in German cheesecakes?

    • Zenith
    • Quark
    • Quasar
  • Which of these is often spread on the top surface of cheesecakes?

    • Grape Jelly
    • Sour Cream
    • Marshmallow Creme
    • All of the Above
  • Why do restaurateurs like to have cheesecake on the menu?

    • Cheesecake has a longer shelf life than most other desserts.
    • It’s relatively inexpensive and simple to make, and can be sold at a good profit.
    • Most varieties don’t lose flavor or texture if frozen, so they can be prepared and stored in advance of need.
    • All of the Above

What do you think?

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Written by Carol DM

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