Craving NY-style cheesecake, but don't think you can make the same thing with Turkish ingredients?
Well, you would be wrong.
It takes a little improvisation, but you can make some of the moistest, creamiest NY-style cheesecake you've ever tasted outside of NYC here!
This coming Tuesday, Aug. 28, I will teach you how to make NY-style cheesecake and three other recipes at the Istanbul Culinary Institute in Beyoğlu.
|NY-style Cheesecake topped with a lemon curd glaze. You can learn both of these recipes next week with me at the Istanbul Culinary Institute.|
At the end of baking, mixing and stirring, we finally get to sit down with a glass of wine or tea and enjoy our desserts together. Each participant also is able to take some of the desserts home!
Who could resist this sinfully rich American chocolate cake called Devil's Food Cake?
|This past Christmas, I made the Devil's Food Cake with chocolate mousse filling with my niece when we visited North Carolina.|
|To make the cake kid-friendly at Christmas, we decorated it with a creamy frosting and colorful |
red and green sugar crystals.
The tangy lemon curd that you will learn in class can be used as a glaze for all kinds of baked desserts as well as a filling for lemon tarts!
|You can find my lemon tarts for sale at Denizen Coffee in Sultanahmet in Istanbul.|
If you can't take this class with me next week, hopefully you can join me another time. Or keep a look out for other cooking classes that might interest you! It's a great activity to do with your girlfriends or with your significant other.