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Six friends living together in New York City and the antics and adventures that are their lives.
Today's contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Frank, Billy and Scott.
Subject: The Night of Three Cheesecakes
“So we’re having cheesecake for dinner tonight?”
“Unless you’re cooking? I don’t feel like going out anywhere.”
“Could do take out.”
“You have a problem with cheesecake?”
“No, but is cheesecake really a meal?”
“It’s apple crumb cheesecake. So it’s got fruit. Have a second piece and it’ll be a meal.”
“I like your logic.”
Ann walks in carrying packages, returning from spending the day on Long Island with her parents for Father’s Day.
“Ann! Back already? Family boring huh? Want some cheesecake for dinner with us?”
“I did eat, but I might go for a piece of cheesecake. I brought some with me, half the cake we didn’t eat. It’s chocolate swirl!”
“Billy picked up an apple crumb one earlier.”
Sara ambles out of her room when she hears Ann arrive.
“I could go for a piece of cheesecake, I haven’t eaten since noon!”
“Where is Tab? Should we wait for her?”
“Her parents were in town for the day, they were going out to dinner somewhere, so no.”
“So break out the cake! Get the forks!”
Frank breaks out the plates and forms, and starts cutting and serving.
“This apple crumb cheesecake is very good.” Frank comments, after he’s handed out slices to everyone.
“So is the chocolate swirl. Chocolate is always good though.”
“It is good, but I always prefer plain creamy cheesecake.”
Just then Tabitha returns, carrying a Juniors Cheesecake box.
“More cake? Why do you have a cheesecake?”
“We ate dessert at Junior’s, and then my mother made me take home a cheesecake.”
“Why? You’re not a father!”
“That she knows of.”
Billy laughs, Tabitha gives Scott a weird look and everyone else rolls their eyes.
“Okay, break out that cheesecake Tab, me and Ann are going to have a piece.”
“Sure, it looks like a normal plain New York style cheesecake.”
“Sometimes I suspect they label things New York style just for the prestige of New York.”
“Well, can you blame them? Philly style cheesecake just wouldn’t be as enticing.”
“I’ll eat to that.”
“Is there anything you won’t eat to?”
Frank and Scott burst out laughing.
C'mon now. I like cheesecake as much as the next guy, but if you're going to have it, make it from scratch.Here's my mother's recipe.
Cheesecake!! Every time I read your blog you get me craving something. First pizza now cheesecake. My stomachs is talking to me now.
I know..I know..we eat too much right? It was sorta spur of the moment decisions, but I'm always willing to have Ann or Tabitha try new cheesecake recipes.
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