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I saw this in the NY Times on July 23, 2008 in "The Minimalist" column by Mark Bittman, and I'm posting it here for safe keeping. Some of the suggestions/comments from the article are 1) drain any liquid from ricotta cheese, if watery 2) the cheese mixture is "deliciously creamy when first produced, but sets up well once chilled," 3) the bars should become sturdy enough to cut (carefully) and sit up staight on a plate 4) If you don't find this sweet enough, you may want to add up to 1/4 cup sugar instead of increasing the honey, because you don't want the honey flavor to become overpowering, 5) Other flavor possibilities to add with the blueberries: any citrus you like; a teaspoon or so of very finely ground coffee or cocoa; chopped raisins or chocolate chips, and 6) You could make a berry sauce (just cook berries with a little water and sugare) and spoon over the cheesecake. The "cooking time" refers to how long you should chill before serving. Any comments/suggestions are welcome!
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (85 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8