Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Clippy, Dec 18, 2016.
I got into a major fight with the wife over this.
They make it in pastry kitchens so id say yes
Send pics of you and your wife fighting while involving said cheesecake plz.
Pastries contain sweetened and baked dough. Cheesecakes usually don't involve baking.
However, a pastry chef would definitely be in charge of making cheesecakes in most restaurants.
Looked up pastries and this came up:
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No, it's a custard.
Have I ever not been serious?
never really thought about it tbh. i wanna say no but scared somebody will school us all n prove me wrong o:
A crust doesn't make something a pastry imo. I'm going with no.
No. Where is the pastry? The bottom layer is biscuits.
He's right. According to Alton Brown it is a custard.
You could get away with pie... but not a pastry
It is a cake
It's a custard. Sometimes the bottom layer is made with pastry dough though.
its delicious is what it is.
Cheesecake is an abomination
Graham cracker crust or nothing.
Boy, I wish me and the missus' major fights were about stupid shit like that.
Not a pastry, btw.
Oh yeah, nobody asked whether @Clippy was yay or nay to it being a pastry.
its a pie imo