New York Style Cheesecake Recipe

Written by Gary Gresham


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1/2 tsp. orange liqueur 3/4 tsp. vanilla 2 egg yolks at room temperature 5 eggs at room temperature Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Place first five ingredients in large mixing bowl and beat on high until they are completely blended. Add vanilla and 2 yolks, and beat again. Add eggs one at a time, beating well. Pour into prepared pan. Batter will fill pan. Bake for 10 minutes. Top will be golden. Lower oven temperature to 200 degrees and bake for 35 to 45 minutes or until top browns, cake feels bouncy torepparttar touch, and a toothpick tests clean. Cool to room temperature. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate. Bring to room temperature before serving. Yield: 16-20 slices The history of cheesecake is believed to have originated in ancient Greece. The first recorded mention of cheesecake was when it was served torepparttar 141642 athletes duringrepparttar 141643 first Olympic Games held in 776 BC. Centuries later, cheesecake appeared in America. The recipes were brought over byrepparttar 141644 immigrants. If you ask a New Yorker,repparttar 141645 only true cheesecake makers and connoisseurs are in New York. Every New York restaurant has their own version and thusrepparttar 141646 cheesecake from New York has been re-named New York cheesecake. I hope you enjoy this New York style cheesecake recipe.

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Green Tea and Making Babies

Written by vaughn@tea-guide.com


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How can drinking green tea decrease fertility?

Tannic acids, an element found in green tea, have been shown to cause fertility problems and greater chances at miscarrying.

While not an "initial" fertility situation, rumor has it that EGCG,repparttar main disease-fighting antioxidant known as catechins in green tea that have been found to impederepparttar 141641 growth of tumors, might also effectrepparttar 141642 blood vessel growth of a developing embryo.

Another post-fertility issue related to an excessive intake of green tea involvesrepparttar 141643 increased rate of birth defects.

Past studies have concluded that coffee consumption increasesrepparttar 141644 risk of miscarriages and that caffeine intake enhancesrepparttar 141645 negative effects of alcohol intake on fertility. While not directly related to green tea, caffeine isrepparttar 141646 potential cause of such problems.

Should I or shouldn't I drink green tea for fertility issues?

The best advice that we can give you is something you've heard before. Check with your doctor first. Do your homework. Then and only then can you make a truly educated and well-informed decision about a very delicate issue. Whatever you decide, we wish yourepparttar 141647 best of luck in your quest for that new addition to your family. Cheers...

Vaughn Balchunas is a writer and publisher of health and self-growth articles. For more information about tea and health go to: www.tea-guide.com


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