The Father's Table
New York Style Cheesecake
50% of Profits to Charity
Made with the Finest Cream Cheese!
Bar Code Number
0 10374 41001 5
2 lb 8 oz. (1.13 kg)
The Father's Table L.L.C.,
Sanford, FL 32771 www.thefatherstable.com
1 Slice (94g)
Servings Per Container
22g - 34%
11g - 53%
60mg - 19%
260mg - 11%
36g - 12%
1g - 3%
Cream cheese [cultured cream and milk, salt, xanthan, carob bean and guar gums], sugar, milk, canola and/or palm oil, margarine [palm oil, water, soybean oil, salt, natural flavor (milk), soy lecithin, beta carotene (color), vitamin A palmitate], whole wheat flour, enriched wheat flour [wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron. thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid], sour cream [cultured milk, cream, enzymes], soybean oil, glucose, brown sugar, eggs (dried), natural flavor, xanthan gum, locust bean gum, guar gum, salt, invert sugar, molasses and caramel color, baking soda, cinnamon, Apocarotenal (color).
Egg, Milk, Soy, Wheat
Made in a facility that uses peanuts and tree nuts.
Made with the finest ingredients
• 0g Trans Fat Per Serving
• No Partially Hydrogenated Oils
• No Artificial Preservatives
• No Artificial Flavors
• No Artificial Colors
• No High Fructose Corn Syrup
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Food Review (Posted on 01-08-2016)
Happy 2016, folks! Let me guess: you've got a lot of pastries you either received during the holidays, or have prepped for your fellow family, friends and guests alike. Or, if you didn't have much time, you have pastries that were store-bought. I'm willing to bet that you likely have this brand of cheesecake among your sweet-tooth plates that weren't finished off by guests from your holiday gatherings/potlucks. Whether you do or don't, it's time you may want to dive in and see what the hype is about.
With portions of your purchase going to charity, which is a cool thing by the way, this cheesecake doesn't disappoint. Concerns over cheesecake is usually because it's too sweet but I didn't find it too sweet. However, like many other cheesecakes, it's very viscous and thick so eat carefully! The crust has a modest amount of crispness that doesn't add to your already-sugared-up-from-the-cheesecake teeth. In other words, it's just the correct amount as any more would make this dish too sweet all together.
Now, okay, cheesecake connoisseurs would immediately slam items like this stating, "it's not as real as the authentic New York cheesecake." While many of us wouldn't mind traveling to New York for a nice dining of their cuisine, the US economy, let alone some companies contributing to income inequality and senseless price increases, are to blame for limiting many of us from making the trek to dine on "the real thing." And although I won't argue that there certainly is a difference in taste (same could be said about dishes like pizza), I find this good enough. Spending hundreds of dollars to New York, round-trip, to purchase an authentic cheesecake, compared to purchasing this at your friendly, neighborhood supermarket for less than $10 is something to consider. None of us are Rick Steves nor are we Guy Fieri. "But Kris, what about making it homemade? Duh!" I'm not opposed to that either, but this is a review for those with last-minute plans and/or for those with little patience in creating one from scratch (despite the extra disciplines in baking).
I'm satisfied with this product, and I'm sure you will too. To folks at The Father's Table
: keep doing your thing.
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