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Last time I was home I went to a second hand discount store called Ollie’s where I bought this huge cookbook for around five bucks that is filled with all sorts of amazing recipes. I have been using it for almost a year now and it has yet to fail me.

My latest concoction is this delicious looking cheesecake.

It is a very basic recipe and you can go crazy with the toppings. I chose this delicious berry medley but you can use whatever you like.

Last time I made a cheesecake my crust got burned and I was very upset. This book taught me a little trick and it makes so much sense. When you put the cake in the oven put it in a large roasting pan filled with hot water. I am going to attribute that little trick to the crust not burning this time around.

As delicious as this looks I am not going to touch it until thanksgiving. So into the fridge it goes until turkey day!

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