The Best Cheesecake ever

A slice of heaven




I’m going to tell you how to make the best cheesecake ever, and it all takes under 2 hours. I’m showing you the simple recipe of a delisious cheesecake but i will also give you the insight to a more creative cheesecake as well.

First you begin with you prep steps-
* 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
* 1/2 cup white sugar
* 1/4 cup butter (melted)
* 5 packages cream cheese (softened)
* 5 eggs
* 2 egg yolks
* 1 3/4 cups white sugar
* 1/8 cup all-purpose flour
* 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream

1. Pre heat your oven to about 400 degrees
2. Mix the graham cracker crumbs, 1/2 cup of sugar, and butter into the bottom of the pan pressing down, molding the outline of the pan, as your base.
3. In a large bowl mix cream cheese, eggs, and egg yolks and mix until smooth. then add remaining sugar, flour and heavy cream and blend until smooth again. Then pour into prepared pan.
4. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes. Then turn oven temperature to 200 degrees and continue baking for an hour or until filling is settled. Let cheesecake cool than refrigerate.

And that is how you make a simple yet yummy cheesecake! You can also add fresh or canned fruit. My favorite is strawberries and blueberries and a little strawberry glaze. But there are endless amounts of creativity that you can add to your cake. check out different cheesecake recipe’s and let me know which is your favorite.


Teammate to Teammate

Photo cred: NBC News

Photo cred: NBC News

Joakim Noah finally breaks the silence about his close friend Loul Deng being traded to another team. After keeping quit for 5 days. after straights wis from new years and the victory of the team from the Charlotte Bobcats 103-97 made him break free.

“The trade definitely hurt, but we have to move on,” Noah said. “I feel confident in this team. We’re working really hard. A lot of people say this is a business and all that. But this game is more than a business to me. I put everything I have into this. And I feel like Lu was the same way. Everyone has a different job. I’m not mad at anybody, I’m not mad at the organization or anything like that. It’s just that my brother isn’t here anymore. I just needed a little bit of time to digest that.”

A sad situation but at the same time a good opportunity. It gives the guys room to grow and better themselves as a whole team vs just focusing on certain players.

We all wish Loul Deng a great rest of the season as well as his brothers from the Chicago Bulls.

Dead, Missing, And Rescued

Photo cred: NBC News

Photo cred: NBC News

Two men and a women were at the Chicago River around midnight, when one of the men dropped his phone. He climbed over the fence to retrieve the phone and was said to had fallen over. The other two went in right behind him to, I assume help him.

People near by heard a scream for help, then a second one and called 911. When respondents got to the river at 420 E. North Water St. in the Streeterville neighborhood they only were able to get to the two men.

The 26 year old man was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital and was later pronounced dead. And the 23 year old man was taken to St. Joseph Hospital in critical condition.

The 21 year old woman that was with the two men has not yet been found. Divers are to continue the search after sunrise.

70 Million Target Shoppers Hacked

Photo Cred: WGN News

Photo Cred: WGN News

Target customers all around the world were significantly broader than what was originally reported. Before it had seemed to be 40 million shoppers that had their credit and debit information stolen from the shopping periods of Black Friday to Christmas.

It is now to be said that it is 70 million world wide shoppers that had been affected by the Target ‘scandal’

The investigation also says the 70 million peoples information, including but not limited to: credit card information, billing zipcodes, addresses, phone numbers, and email address, and full names.

Further investigations are still to be continued…

It’s The Little Things That Count

Photo Cred: ABC7

Photo Cred: ABC7

Although so many things in life matter like waking up every morning and going to school or work. It may sound like a burden but some people are not as fortune it to do so.

On another note we can be very thankful for the weather to come for the week after enduring the coldest weather we have ever had since the last blizzard of ’97. Just a few days ago/a week ago we had negative degree weather.

This upcoming week we are in the double digits! Lets all be great full its not double digits in the negatives anymore like on Monday January 6th.

Today and Saturday will be in the highs of 40’s, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday will be in the 30’s and Wednesday and Thursday will be high 20’s. Good thing to know, now we can all get a car wash after all that dried up snow and salt.

Water Main Break Causes Floods in Chicago

Photo cred: WGN News

Photo cred: WGN News

In Chicago’s South Side a large water main break causing a major flood, and city crews to scramble to shut down three water sources. Although many homes were flooded it was never reported that any homes lost water.Three near by homes reported flooding in their basement but the number of houses affected is believed to be more than that.

The city’s water department says a 36-inch main water feeder broke in the residential are of the 9500 block of south Racine and the water filled homes basements and backyards and alleys in the 3500 block of S. Francisco Ave Thursday night.

Now the freezing cold temperatures that Chicago has been dealing with is part to blame, the city also is at fault. The pipes were old and rusty and in bound to break down sooner than later.

3 Children Die in an Idiana Home Fire

Photo cred: WGN News

Photo cred: WGN News

Five children and their father father were at home on Wednesday evening, while the mother was out. And at about 10:15pm a fire broke out at their home on the 600 block of Sibley Blvd. By the time responders found home engulfed in flames! The fire was said to be started by a propane space heater that was left too close to some clothes and bedding. Although it is not yet determined the fire chief said he’s almost 90% sure that’s what it was

The 27 year old father D’Andre Young and his kids were in the home when the house went up in flames. He tried to save everyone but everything seemed to happen so fast. It looked like he was only able to get to a 3 year old and a 6 year old. The 3 children that died were 7 month old Jayden Young, 3 Year old Alexia Young and 4 Year old Dasani Young.

The father was listen in critical condition with third-degree burns after trying to run back into the home trying to rescue the kids. The two surviving children were also taken to the nearest hospital in Chicago for smoke inhalation and minor burbs. They are both listen as in good condition.