June 12, 2011

a new word for your everyday vocabulary

I'd like to change things up today and divert your attention to Natalie's exceptional blog, Perry's Plate. She asked me to do a guest post, and I rarely turn down an invitation for attention like that. If you have any interest in a butyraceous cheesecake, take a peek.

39 comments:

jose manuel said...

El corte es impresioante, que delicia de bizcocho.

Saludos

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Going to have a look now.... That cheesecake looks fabulous!

Cheers,

Rosa

CC11 said...

Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Barbara said...

Nice guest post, Grace. You sure fussed with this cheesecake...it looks fabulous! Nice and lemony, no question, totally butyraceous.

Pam said...

Off to check out your fab guest post!

Faith said...

My interest is definitely piqued! Looks delicious and I'm off to check it out!

bellini said...

At long last I am back on line agaun. It was only a few days, but it seemed like an eternity. Your cheesecake is just a tease so early in the morning:D

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

That cheesecake looks monstorously delicious! I am off to follow the link for sure.

Gloria said...

Love your post!! this look amazing and delicious and supercaligraficaextrapialidoso!!!(Mary Poppins) Grace really nice, gloria

Foodycat said...

Aren't you Miss "I don't really care for cheesecake"?!

Anyway - excellent cake and lovely guest post!

Cheryl said...

Gorgeous cake and I shall head right over to take a peek at your guest post!

MaryBeth said...

Sinful looking and of course delish!

Dana said...

Butryaceous. That's going to have to be my word of the day.

Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets said...

Oh man does that look delish -- heading over now!

Carolyn Jung said...

A beautiful cheesecake. Good thing it's not right in front of me or else I'd have to use all my willpower in order not to devour it.

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

Haha I have to confess I love the use of the term butyraceous :D I'll go wherever the word butyraceous pops up :P

Mimi said...

I can never turn down cheesecake or a vocabulary lesson.
Mimi

The Blonde Duck said...

So curious!

Leslie said...

I bet the lemon curd was perfectly paired with the cheesecake flavor!!! YUM

Julie M. said...

Natalie does have a tasty blog. This cheesecake looks delicious! I love that picture as well. Nicely done!

Joanne said...

I already declared my unending love for you over at Nat's blog. But for good measure, this is fabulous.

Lori said...

Butryaceous... really? Is that a word? Are you putting me on? I have to go and look it up now. Sounds like booty-licious or something.

shaz said...

You have me stumped! I'm going to have to google that word now :) And visit for cheesecake.

Lucie said...

My goal in life: to have everything be utterly and completely butyraceous. And eat this cheesecake multiple times.

lisa is cooking said...

Butyraceous indeed!

Rosita Vargas said...

delicious cakes dear,looks gorgeous superb presentation l love,hugs,hugs.

Juliana said...

Very tempting picture :-) Have a great week Grace!

Maria said...

Your photo is enough to convince me to do anything! Perfect texture!

Hungry Dog said...

Looks amazing--and this is from someone who does not generally like cheesecake. :)

Hornsfan said...

heading over to check out this beauty right now!

Mrs. L said...

I'm now going to use "butyraceous" on a regular basis!

Emily Malloy said...

Get it giiiiirl.

Marjie said...

Beautyracious is a good word for cheesecake.

marla said...

I love Perry's Plate I will dash over to read your guest post :)

Angie's Recipes said...

Looks deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelish! Really, look at the texture!! Just heavenly!

~~louise~~ said...

Gorgeous cheesecake, Grace.

Must go check out the back story.

Thanks for sharing...

Love the "new" word:)

Jaime said...

you learn something new every day! :)

WizzyTheStick said...

Love the taste of anything butryaceous lol

Recipes Club said...

This cheesecake looks lovely! The lemon curd looks like it has a lot of flavor to it as well! I'm really impressed with the boldness of the yellow. Not sure how I will ever work butyraceous in to a sentence though, that might be a little challenging!
~Nancy Lewis~