Cheesecake is cheesecake!
If forced to choose, it's much closer to a pie than to a cake. Unlike a cake, which is fairly homogenous, cheesecake contains a distinct crust and filling. It's baked like a pie and served like a pie.
I agree that cheesecake is more like a pie. It is often poured into a graham cracker pie crust but is traditionally made in a springmold w/o a crust at all. No matter how you slice it (usually in a wedge) it is rich and delicious!
Cheesecake has the consistency of a pie. The name sure can cause confusion. Similar to hamburger, which is usually made of beef or turkey and not "ham."
by nikki16 years ago
With full detail picture included this is sweeet talk about interesting..
by Michelle Hawkins5 years ago
Around the holidays, do you eat more brownies, cookies, cake, or pie?Do you usually make it or buy it premade at the store?
by gios the martian4 years ago
Cheesecake or Chocolate cake?Which one should I make today?
by Vanmil3 years ago
What is your favourite cake?
by sunny55553 years ago
If you had to choose, which one would it be, apple pie, cheese cake, or lemon meringue ?
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