The Baking Bible’s Fourth of July Cheesecake for the Alpha Bakers

13 thoughts on “The Baking Bible’s Fourth of July Cheesecake for the Alpha Bakers”

    1. Mendy, just place the chocolate in a saucepan over low heat and stir, stir, stir until the chocolate becomes aromatic and turns golden. This doesn’t take long at all but you’ll have to watch it carefully. It’s so delicious, though!

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  1. The strawberry, caraway and browned white chocolate combination sounds delicious! Gorgeous scrumptious pictures. Isn’t it amazing how fast teenagers can type on a phone?

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  2. your description of the cheesecake was right on point.little ashame to admit years ago when i first baked rose levy cheese cake from the baking bible, we -well more like I finished the whole cake the same day..,and i never since than used any other recipe aside of roses one.

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  3. It looks beautiful – the strawberries were probably better flavour than the blueberries you could get at this time of year. I’ve never heard of browned white chocolate – do you heat it on the stove?

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    1. Thanks Catherine! You can do it either on the stove or in the microwave. The aroma of browned white chocolate is great.

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  4. yet again, this time a colleague called me aside days after having eatwn the leftovers, and enthused it was the best cheesecake ‘experience’ she had ever had —

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