Air Fry a Cheesecake – The New York Times

Good morning. Do you have an air fryer? Millions of Americans do and, like Christina Morales reported for The Times this week, which could replace microwaves and toasters as the nation’s favorite countertop cookware, electric pressure cooker, or 12-button blender this year. “The air fryer,” said one of the home cooks Christina spoke to for the article, “is here to stay.”

I don’t have an air fryer myself. I’ve spent my conventional ovens, my tabletop toasters, and deep fried in oil on my stove, becoming more and more interested in using the pressure cooker. But I could simply be, as always, behind the curve of progress in the kitchen. For those of you who took part in the parade, perhaps for you, we have a lot of recipes: Parmesan air fried chicken; air fryer french fries; spicy fried chicken wings; sprouted air fryer with garlic, balsamic and soy; even one air fried cheesecake (above).

Let me know how that turned out. You can make a conversion of mine yet.

It’s not like I’m immune to household cooking. I will do Cuban pork dessert with pressure cooker this week and, in a nod to another kitchen style, this one pan pasta with harissa Bolognese. You may like Microwave steamed eggs, or one sunken pot cake, some Stewed beef with maple and dark beer.

More traditional cooking, i.e. on the stovetop or in the oven, you should consider Cheese baked macaroni with sausage and ricotta, or one Zucchini and egg tarts with fresh herbs. How about vegetable toast? The a flat pasta dish with a sauce made of butter, cheese and whipped cream they used to serve at Elaine’s in New York? I love one white beans and sausage stew.

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Now, it has nothing to do with amba or treacle, but I enjoy John Straley’s almost small-town wit.”Felony’s first baby, ”A murder mystery set in Sitka, Alaska. (It is a series, and number 7 out of 8 of this book – not sure why I started so late, but it was great.)

In The Times, Alexandra Jacobs writes about Brian Cox’s memoirs, “Put the rabbit in the hat.” As for prose, I think I prefer Jacobs to Cox. Air Fry a Cheesecake – The New York Times

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