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Submitted by: Geo Clark

When I was in junior high school, I helped create an incredibly simple and tasty cheesecake recipe. That was when many people were going away from baking and making dessert via the refrigerator. The making of the cheesecake was simple. We did a few extra things to make it rich and smooth. That is what people that eat it have come to like. These are the secrets of the recipe. Dont get me wrong. If you are not a cheesecake person, you wont like the cheesecake.

If you are, it would be one of the best slices you have had. The problem with most ventures is time and money.We had stores willing to take our product on and everyone was excited. Now, we had to create packaging and the ingredients label. As this was happening, I was in process of seeking better medical experts for a child with a chronic disease. We were fortunate in product as we had a dairy and gluten free cheesecake along with regular. In seeking better medical attention, I relocated out of state for a new position and different set of benefits. When this happened, the cheesecake opportunity went away although the kids wanted to open a BBQ Ribs and cheesecake restaurant.


That would be a pretty small menu. They added gumbo to the list. The mini restaurant idea never took off. What we do to support the few items we make well is a little bit of catering. We will make multiple slabs of ribs for events or multiple cheesecakes for events. Normally, they are just for friends and family as compliance regulations are what they are. We do not have a commercial size kitchen.

As life goes on and kids activities get greater, we spend more time keeping up with the children. Our events if any, are simply a few cheesecakes at a time or 12-15 quarts of gumbo. As far as the kids go, athletics and musicals both take up a lot of parent time. None of my kids play sports. All three of them are natural athletes with unused skills. As a parent, the musicals take up even more of their time. Practices range from 2 hours to 9 hours a day. For the kids, that is a lot of wear and tear on them. The final production is definitely fun to watch.

Life has changed a lot. You definitely realize how important time is. Some days go just like this. I wake up for work. I sit in traffic for an hour. Work hard until the work day is done.I sit in traffic for another hour to get home. I get home and see what everyone is in to and then I look for food. Believe it or not, it is about 8:30 at night by this time. You sacrifice some of the new projects or work from home events for more family time. I only have one child that is not a teenager. My teenagers all have their own stuff going. For me, it is time once again to find time for cheesecake.

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