Tonight I made a fast and easy dessert called Sopapilla Cheesecake. I see this recipe is listed on many blogs and websites. Go here to find a copy. I followed this recipe except I used Tofutti's nondairy cream cheese and Fleischmann's unsalted margerine. I also used Pillsbury's sheets of crescent rolls instead of the individual crescent rolls. Same ingredients.
Since I got my copy of the recipe from Feb/Mar 2012 issue of American Cowboy, we've nicknamed this dessert Cowboy Cheesecake. See the creamy cheese filling?! I am sure this is a rich dessert if you use real butter and real cream cheese. I got to use my real vanilla flavoring that Lizzie gave me for Christmas. Yummy!
We all loved it. Sorry...there are no leftovers.
|This photo shows 10 of the 32 oak plugs.|
I looked on anywho.com and found 4 Joseph Horsts in Maryland...one of whom was related to my cousin...and he happened to be a woodworker! I sent them pictures and created quite the buzz on facebook. Yes, their Pappy made my bread bin 24 years ago! I sure wish we could figure out how my bread box travelled from Carroll County down to southern Maryland...3 hours away. It's a small world...and getting smaller everyday.