Whilst it appears there is nothing new with this blog site, there is one major difference it is called passion and a love for cheesecakes.
A Classic Symphony is a musical composition, composed for orchestra.
Cheesecake Symphonies are heavenly compositions, composed for friends and family
(1888PressRelease) January 17, 2011 - There is a new site on the web devoted to Cheesecakes. You might wonder if there is anything different compared with other cheesecake sites. There are lots of internet sites that provide recipes that vary very little so what is special about Cheesecake Symphonies?
The slogan might provide some insight:
"A Classic Symphony is an extended musical composition, composed almost always for orchestra.
Cheesecake Symphonies are heavenly compositions, composed almost always for friends and family."
Whilst the world-wide-web is an immense chance to circulate articles / web content, the fast environment of the internet, freshness and attention to detail is frequently a victim to the desire to attract visitors and earn income.
Cheesecake Symphonies strongly believes to create something exceptional, it requires consideration to detail and passion. As with a classical orchestra, if not all members execute together with professionalism and passion, the outcome will not be the resonance of a wonderful symphony, it will be just sound.
Professionalism and passion are also required to bake a cheesecake or create any other exceptional meal. If you miss or ignore some minor detail or ingredient you will have produced food but nothing which will offer you greater satisfaction.
Why cheesecake? The reply is straightforward. Many people of the world like cheesecake. This passion for cheesecake has been around for a long time, even people that lived 2,000 years ago must have liked them. How else would you explain the historical writings of the Greek Physician Agemius, who lived approximately 500BC. He is credited to have recorded one of the first cheesecake recipes. Cato the Elder, a Roman Citizen has recorded in his book "De Agri Cultura" two recipes, Iibum and Placenta.
Cheesecake Symphonies does not claim to continue the proud history of Agemius or Cato but it offers a location where passionate cheesecake lovers can come together and exchange ideas, learn new things from each other and share their enthusiasm.
The blog went operational in October 2010, approximately eight thousand individuals surfing the net, looking for a Cheesecake Recipe have found the site and have downloaded free cheesecake recipes.