Thursday, 24 September 2009

Bollocks to baking: The English Cheesecake Company


When The English Cheesecake Company asked me if they could send me a cheesecake to sample, I wasn't going to turn them down. But nothing prepared me for the cheesecake goodness that was bestowed upon me.

This wasn't just cheesecake. This was the best looking cheesecake I've ever seen.

And also the biggest. There was no way I could ever eat even more than half of it before it went bad. So I did what any Domestic Slut would do. Had a party! Only a little one, with some of the Domestic Sluts and friends. But there was about eight of us throughout the evening munching on cheesecake. And it was good.

Cookie Dough Collision flavour had a chocolate biscuity base, and there was cookie dough in the creamiest cheese filling I've ever tried. But it wasn't heavy. I could probably eat another piece right now. I won't though. That would be greedy of me. But with all the chocolate cookie pieces and chocolate drops on top, you'd expect us all to be feeling a little bit sick. Not in the slightest. But we are kind of amazed.

We didn't have actual dinner. Just cheesecake and fresh lemonade. There's still some left! Eight people with two slices each couldn't polish this off! Which means that I get to eat the rest for lunch. Awesome. You can get about 20 good sized slices out of one cake.

The English Cheesecake Company are fabulous. Their cheesecakes cost between £22 and £32, but honestly it's worth every penny. I wouldn't suggest spending that much on a cake if it wasn't worth it, but I'll buy one of these again. Possibly going for the Sicilian Lemon one next time which is my favourite flavour in the world. The filling is too good to need extra stuff thrown in it, but they've got so many flavours you'll be spoilt for choice.

They've converted me, and my friends are going to be buzzing around Domestic Sluttery HQ for the next few days until it's all gone. Buy English Company Cheesecake and make friends. Or eat a whole one all to yourself and suffer early onset diabetes, whichever works for you.

5 comments:

  1. Ahhh, that was excellent cheesecake. Still can't quite believe I didn't finish my second slice!

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  2. Oi Sian, if you fancy sending some of those leftovers to Liverpool, I wouldn't say No... ;)

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  3. But then what would I have for my lunch?!

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  4. ooh - cheesecake is one of the few sweet things my boyfriend will eat. This will be perfect for his birthday! (Although not the chocolate one - doesn't eat chocolate. Nutter).

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  5. It really was very, very , very good cheesecake.
    Heartily recommended for a birthday or special occasion, I reckon.

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