90 Cheesecake Recipes [NOOK Book]

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Cheesecake is a Sinfully Delicious Melt In Your Mouth Dessert! Smooth and Rich, cheesecake is the most tasteful and unforgettable way to end a dinner meal. Now with 90 Cheesecake Recipes, you can easily treat yourself to a delicious homemade slice of heaven or try some of these gourmet cheesecake recipe ideas with friends or family.
This Wonderful & Marvelous Collection includes 90 cheesecake recipes that are sure to delight your senses. ...
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90 Cheesecake Recipes

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Overview

Cheesecake is a Sinfully Delicious Melt In Your Mouth Dessert! Smooth and Rich, cheesecake is the most tasteful and unforgettable way to end a dinner meal. Now with 90 Cheesecake Recipes, you can easily treat yourself to a delicious homemade slice of heaven or try some of these gourmet cheesecake recipe ideas with friends or family.
This Wonderful & Marvelous Collection includes 90 cheesecake recipes that are sure to delight your senses. Choose from:
Can you imagine the creamiest, dreamiest, yummiest cheesecake you've ever tasted. Now try to imagine having it all for yourself whenever you want it! 90 Cheesecake Recipes makes homemade cheesecake so incredibly easy and fun, you'll be hard-pressed to find a more perfect dessert for every occasion.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781304306319
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 8/8/2013
  • Sold by: LULU PRESS
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 748,618
  • File size: 457 KB

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    Posted October 3, 2014

    Ares cabin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2014

    Camp Half-Blood~ 6

    The whole camp cheered Emma on. She had save the camp. No one jeered, 'wizard!' Emma felt happy for the first time at the camp. Everyone had dinner in the dining hall. Ally ran over to Emma and hugged her. "I was wrong! You may be mostly wizard, but boy are wizards amazing!" Grayson smiled at her. She noticed a bit of sadness in the grin. "Whats wrong?" Emma asked him. Ally shot him a questioning look. Grayson gripped the edge of the table. "Go see," he pointed toward the nurse office. Emma and Ally walked into the office to find Hunter kaying there with a nasty spear wound in his chest. Emma gasped and Ally nearly fell over. "What happened?!" Emma suddenly felt horrible for Hunter. He could hardly talk, and Emma knew it would be a miracle if he lived. "Spear... ran.... spell... stab.... fall..." Emma looked over at Ally, who was sitting by her brother. He will pull through, Emma thought. But in the last week, there was hardly anything they could do. Ally looked at her brother grimly. They were shooed out of the room before anyone could say more. It fely lonely, all those nights without Hunter, and 3 of them they stayed up all night. On the last day, Emma could make out a mortal woman walking forward. "Thats my mom." Ally said sadly. Emma noticed Ginny and a couple other mortal people coming forward. Ally grabbed Emma and dragged her to the nurse. Hunter was lieing in the bed, and the wound was almost healed. Ally ran over and hugged him. Emma felt happy. But not for long. She was sad when Ally and Hunter and Grayson had to go. "See you next summer." Ally murmured. Emma hugged her best friend. She walked over and hugged Hunter, then gave a polite nod to Grayson. He patted her back and whispered in her ear, "Camp Half Blood will never forget what you did." She smiled. Hunter limped over, and by the looks of it, his chest still hurt- a lot. He hugged Emma and patted Grayson on the back before limping to Ally. Grayson walked away. Emma ran over to Ginny and smiled. "How was camp?" Ginny asked. Emma grinned. "It was awesome. It all started when..." ••••••••••••••••••••••• THE END ANOTHER ONE MAY BE COMING OUT SOON ON THE NEXT ONE ~aklika

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