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Cheesecake recipe(s) from old Bon Appetit

pmonroe | Jun 15, 201209:17 AM     6

We recently made a move to Arizona and I lost my favorite cheesecake recipes. They were in an old Bon Appetit issue. Not sure exactly when; but probably early 2000's. The section was on recipes from famous restraunts around the country. It was about 3-5 pages long. I would like all of them if someone has the pages. However, the one I really HAVE to HAVE is the chocolate one. It was VERY dense and took a while to make. As I recall it used liqueurs; but the main difference was the fact that it was coated with a chocolate ganache which took the place of any kind of crushed cookie crust. The other one I really like was a caramel recipe. I can't remember the particulars; but I really liked it. For someone who chocolate is the only worthwhile dessert that's saying something. I have searched high and low on the web as well as emailed Bon Appetit with no luck. I ran across this sight and thought I would give it a try. Thx :)

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