Write Through the World’s Greatest Cheesecake

When all else fails… there’s cheesecake!  Many writers and mothers struggling through motherhood sometimes need a little bit of inspiration. I have found chocolate to be my favorite pick me up with cheesecake coming in a close second.

Every once in a while, my hubby and I will call the babysitter and head out for a night to ourselves. This week it was Tuesday, and even though I’d planned to grab a bite to eat and take us off to a local free concert in town, things don’t always happen the way we plan them.

We ended up at a funeral home to pay our last respects to the Christian Motorcycle Association local chapter president who had passed away unexpectantly on the morning of the chapters  Saturday devotional breakfast and ride.

Afterwards, we stopped in at a local restaurant called Johnson’s Cafe. As we sat waiting for our orders, we heard our waiter telling the table across from us about this awesome cheesecake straight from New York. As he described its three chocolate layers over New York cheesecake with chocolate chips and chocolate drizzled, I couldn’t resist the temptation.

Now, that is a lot of cheesecake! Worthy of saying, in my opinion, probably the world’s greatest New York Cheese cake.

Even our waiter was impressed. With the help of my husband we finished it down to even swiping the chocolate off the plate. “I think you are the first to ever finish this dessert,” our waiter informed us.  Our waiter obviously hadn’t ever come across chocolate and cheesecake enthusiast such as my husband and myself.

Now that’s the “write” kind of cheesecake, shipped in exclusively from a vender in New York’s Manhattan District. But, I didn’t have to go to New York to sample this delicious cheesecake it was only in the next town.  My hubby and I agree, we may just have to go back again to Johnson’s Cafe just for dessert!

And definitely worth writing about.

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Daughter of a dairy farmer, this crafty mom has a heart for all things handmade. When she's not writing or crafting, you can find her creating memories with her family.

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