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Lovely pictures, esp. the passionfruit...I too did a cheesecake for dairy theme, with goat cheese.

erin — Saturday 11th March 2006 8:42 am

Cheesecakes are da bomb! You know I used to be slightly queasy about passion fruit for a while for some strange reason. Now I just adore them. The combo of the cheesecake and passion fruit is wonderful!

MM — Saturday 11th March 2006 9:07 pm


I am so glad that you left a comment on my blog. First of all because it was nice to read your kind words and secondly because I got to visit your blog. Which is stunning!

That cheesecake is too luscious for words. Your photos are incredible!

I'm adding your blog to my blog list ... all the best and keep blogging because you're great at it!

Ivonne — Sunday 12th March 2006 12:24 pm

Hi Erin,
thanks for dropping by and for your lovely comment.

I loooove passionfruit, they smell so amazing when you first cut them open. They also help relieve stress and depression, but then who would be depressed eating cheesecake! hehe

You're far too kind, thank you so much.
After seeing your cape gooseberries I have a hankering for them, although unfortunately I've never seen them here in NZ.

bron — Sunday 12th March 2006 2:39 pm

This looks amazing. I love your blog too. Truly inspirational!!

cheryl — Monday 13th March 2006 7:20 am

WOW! That is what I call a cheesecake. It looks so luscious esp in the first pix, then you top it up for that tangy passionfruit at the end. I think I'm in love.

boo_licious — Monday 13th March 2006 7:29 am

Psst... dont tell anyone else who took part in SHF but this has to be my fave recipe; looks so good I am going to try and replicate it tomorrow. Excellent photo. Thanks for taking part in SHF btw.

Andrew — Monday 13th March 2006 11:36 am

Great photo! Looks delicious!

linda — Monday 13th March 2006 5:03 pm

Hi Cheryl,
thanks heaps for your very kind words and compliments on my blog

thank you! I'm in love with your Pannacotta, hoping I can find some Pandan extract so I can make them soon.

oops guess I wasn't meant to approve your comment, hehe
Thanks heaps, hope you enjoy

merci beaucoup to you also

bron — Monday 13th March 2006 8:20 pm

looks delicious. i love the pics!!! oh those passionfruits running down the side of the cake is soooo tempting...

arfi — Saturday 18th March 2006 12:23 pm

I have finally made it! Doesn't look quite as good as your (no extra passionfruit) but it tasted delicious.

Andrew — Wednesday 22nd March 2006 5:55 am

Hi Arfi,
thank you for your lovely comments

Thanks again Andrew,
so pleased to see you made it, yours looks wonderful!

bron — Wednesday 22nd March 2006 10:27 am

Wow - such amazing pictures. I have never made a cheese cake because I am afraid I wouldn't be able to stop eating it! Would definately be the case with this one, I will have to wait until I have loads of people for dinner!

Emma — Wednesday 22nd March 2006 7:01 pm

WOW, Bron! This looks amazing!

Lemon and passionfruit?? I'm tagging this recipe right now. ;)

Patricia Scarpin — Tuesday 6th March 2007 2:31 am

[...] When Peabody announced the Cheesecake themed, 10th round of Hay Hay it’s Donna Day, I knew right away I was going to make a ginger flavoured cheesecake, a Gingernut and Crystalized Glacé Ginger variation of my Baked Lemon Cheesecake! [...]

Baked Gingernut Cheesecake with Kiwifruit — Saturday 17th March 2007 3:41 pm

Un message d'une surfeuse française qui bave sur son clavier. Les photos de ce dessert sont orgasmiques...! Le goûter ce serait comme atteindre le 7eme ciel!? ;)
Auriez-vous l'équivalent des ingrédients Français ?

Julie — Friday 5th December 2008 2:28 am

I'm making this right now for my girlfriend (I lost her bicycle keys and had to make it up to her somehow)
It's baking in the oven RIGHT AS WE SPEAK (and the smell's lovely). I added an extra lemon though because lemons are awesome. I misunderstood the order of the recipe though and did the entire egg + sourcream thing separately before mixing it together with the cream and cottage cheese mixture. I'm sure it'll taste great either way.

Marcus — Saturday 16th May 2009 3:29 am

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