Please read Peggy's hub about Cheese Torte Recipe With Zwieback Crust. Peggy, it looks so delicious that I wish I could just grab it from my phone's screen, but I can't. I'm going to give this a try. Thank you so much for sharing this mouthwatering recipe.
Here's the link: https://hubpages.com/food/Vintage-Chees … back-Crust
Thank you so much!!
I loved this Vintage Cheese Torte Recipe. It sure brings water to the mouth and sure looks delicious. Knowing about Zwieback was equally interesting. Thanks for sharing, Peggy.
Thank you, Misbah, for sharing Peggy's work.
I loved your presentation of the Vintage Cheese Torte recipe. I can imagine the taste, and I can understand, why it’s good for the kids, who are teething.
The hand written recipes from yesteryears, gives a feeling of nostalgia.
I have several of those written by my mother, and myself.
Thank you for sharing this well written recipe article.
Thank you Misbah, for sharing this in the forum.
commented via email, since I don't trust HP to get anything correct
It is too bad that we cannot reach into our screens and sample bites. That would be great! Thanks for sharing this recipe, Misbah.
Thank you for sharing this recipe, Peggy. I am sure it is delicious. I have never heard the name “Zwieback” but we did give our kids what we call “rusks” that seem to be the same thing. Thank you too Misbah for the link.
I've never heard of zwieback, either. Thanks for the education as well as the recipe, Peggy, and thanks to Misbah for sharing the article.
I ate something very similar to this recipe when I was young in Cleveland, OH. It is delicious! I love this recipe Peggy, and I am glad y9ou shared it with us.
Thanks for posting Peggy's recipe Misbah.
Rusks would probably be the next closest thing to the texture of the dried zwieback toasts, although with a hint less sweetness. Both of them would serve the purpose of giving teething babies something to chew. Thanks for your visit and comment here in the forums.
I am pleased that you learned something new about the meaning of the word zwieback and how it is used. Thanks for taking the time to read this article.
I am happy to share the information about zwieback with you and others. It made a good crust ingredient for this cheese torte recipe.
I am pleased that you enjoyed learning about this recipe, plus the ingredient of zwieback. Thanks for taking the time to comment.
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