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August 17, 2010


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Happy 400th post. Looking forward to the next 400 (no pressure). This brings back memories of when I got 3 wisdom teeth taken out at once. That's the time when I developed a love affair with mashed potatos that has yet to end :)


Cheers to your 400th post! That cheesecake looks divine!!

Avanika (Yumsilicious Bakes)

Ohh yumm! I'd love to have this, especially with my horrible braces. I've had all sorts of torture techniques tried out on my teeth, but that Dr. Death still sounds scary!!


Congrats on #400. That cheesecake looks amazing and I'm glad you're recovering well.


Glad to hear this dentist visit was much better for you! This cheesecake looks amazing and like the perfect treat to eat when recovering.

Rachel (S[d]OC)

Congrats on making it to 400! That's a lot of posts.

Nothing like going under. I remember getting my own wisdom teeth out. I remember what I was thinking when I went under, then the next thing I remember was waking up with a nurse putting ice packs on my cheeks. I was like, "You're done? Really?" It was a little freaky that a chunk of my life was gone without my being aware of it, but it's not as if I missed much!

No one fed me yummy tiramisu cheesecake when I was done. Now thanks to this post I will resent that forever.

Funny you should mention Juniors. I had lunch there about 10 days ago. First time I ever ate there too. Didn't have any cheesecake though. Now I see what I missed.


yum! this looks awesome! and glad this dentist went well. i am getting my wisdom teeth pulled one by one. no surgery, awake for the whole thing, but repetitive! i lived on potato soup and bread pudding...and i'm fat.

Clivia Gardens

Major Congrats on your 400th post! Celebrating with cheesecake sounds perfect.

Sara Tea

this looks too good!!


That looks INCREDIBLE. Almost worth getting your wisdom teeth out! (I had all four of mine - impacted - out a few years ago. NOT fun.) Congrats on your 400th post! Keep 'em coming...


Yum! Congrats on your 400th post! I had a very similar experience with my previous dentist... he wasn't mean though, just old and didn't wear gloves! I even had my wisdom teeth yanked out my him... AWAKE! It was the most traumatic thing ever! I vowed never to go back to the dentist. Until I found this great dental office with a really nice dentist and great staff. I don't mind going now!

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

Congrats on your 400th post. Funny, I think today's post was my 400th too, but I'm not really very good about remembering to write about that.

The cheesecake looks lovely, too!


good heavens above, that's a happy slab of cheesecake. bravo. and congrats--400 posts is certainly no small feat!


Oh Teanna, I can totally comisserate with you about that awful root canal ("I can still feel it")!! When that happened to me I stood up in the middle of the procedure and walked out the door. Then it was a mess trying to explain the whole situation to my insurance company. I was so scarred from that first experience that I ended up using a children's dentist who specialized in patients who are deathly afraid of dentists (some guy who was performed magic tricks to make you feel at ease LOL). Your cheesecake tiramisu looks amazing. And congrats on your 400th post!


holy cheesecake. that looks great. glad you found a good dentist! I use the grandson of my first dentist- there whole family make up the greatest dentists in the world.

jenn (Bread + Butter)

Delicious cheesecake and made after one of my favorite desserts!! Mmmmmm...

I haven't been to the dentist in years!!!! I'm soo afraid of that they might find in my teeth. Eeek!!

Happy 400th post!!! That's freakin' awesome!!!!


Oh man. Teeth problems.

I was 11 months old when my family discovered that I was going to have tooth problems. As a result I've had 17 teeth removed in my life. I had extra teeth. I had teeth that were in places they shouldn't be. Then, just when I thought it was all over, my dentist informed me that my wisdoms were impacting and I would have to have them removed. He then asked me if he could have them after they were out because he was doing a study on impacting wisdom teeth and mine were so unusual they'd make a perfect case study. Throughout all of this I never complained, even when my orthodontist made me pull out my own tooth... whilst I had six medical students all looking at me, making notes. I had braces. I had a bridge that had to be tightened every night with a very small key (can you say: ouch?). I even had a headgear I had to wear at night to widen everything. I had so much metal in my mouth every time I travelled I was convinced I was going to set the metal detectors off. Believe me, girl: I. Feel. Your. Pain.

Man, I would've loved to have this cheesecake to ease the pain... instead, however, I just have a set of teeth that get complimented all the time. Worth the 18 years of pain...? I bloomin' hope so. I'd still prefer the cheesecake...

Jax x


The dentist story - scary! The tiramisu cheesecake - amazing! Congratulations on your 400th post. Please keep them coming.


Congrats on your 400th post!! That dentist sounds incredibly terrible. I hated my old dentist too but he doesn't sound as bad as yours. Thankfully I've now found this woman who is really nice and it mostly doesn't hurt when I go! Anyway, this cheesecake OH MY I might have to make it for my birthday cake...

Bianca @south bay rants n raves

Happy 400th post! I've loved following your blog! How appropriate you put the dessert of all desserts! Your dentist story made my teeth hurt! At least Tiramisu is post wisdom teeth surgery approved...at least in my book!

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