‘Tis the season for sweets, and cheesecake takes the spotlight at this month’s Cook the Book meeting. From classic plain cheesecake to fruity favorites and seasonal showstoppers, there’s a cheesecake for every occasion and taste. Make your own and come prepared to talk all things cheesecake!
Cook the Book is a hybrid program meeting in-person at Davis Library and via Zoom on Tuesday, December 20 at 1 p.m. Register for Cook the Book here, and choose whichever option is most convenient for you. You will receive a confirmation email that includes the Zoom meeting link, in case you want to join virtually. Prepare something delicious to “share” virtually with others. For those meeting in-person, bring the finished dish so everyone can get a sample. Don’t forget the recipe!
Need inspiration? Check out these books from our collection:
The Baking Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum, available as eBook
Cheesecake Extraordinaire by Mary Crownover, available as Print
Cheesecake Love: Inventive, Irresistible, and Super-easy Cheesecake Desserts for Everyday by Jocelyn Brubaker, available as Print
The Eli’s Cheesecake Cookbook: Remarkable recipes from a Chicago Legend by Maureen Schulman, available as Print
Healthy Gourmet Cheesecakes: Simple Recipes for Sensational Cheesecakes by Kris Erickson, available as Print
Illustrated Step-by-Step Baking by Caroline Bretherton, available as Print
Japanese Pâtisserie: Exploring the Beautiful and Delicious Fusion of East meets West by James Campbell, available as Print
Junior’s Cheesecake Cookbook: 50 To-die-for Recipes for New York-style Cheesecake by Alan Rosen, available as Print
Martha Stewart’s Cake Perfection: 100+ Recipes for the Sweet Classic, from Simple to Stunning by Martha Stewart, available as Print
The Perfect Cake: Your Ultimate Guide to Classic, Modern, and Whimsical cakes by America’s Test Kitchen, available as Print
Check out past Cook the Book themes and suggested cookbooks on the blog.