Loquat Cheesecake
Recipes

Loquat Cheesecake

In the early spring, loquats ripen on trees all over Bermuda. This fruit is somewhere between an apricot and a kumquat in size and flavour. Children snack on them, or use them as projectiles while waiting for the bus. Loquats find their way into pies, liqueur, upside-down cakes, chutneys, jams and this cheesecake! Ingredients: 2 lbs cream cheese (4 boxes), at room temperature 1 cup sugar 4 eggs 1/4 cup heavy cream 2 ounces Bermuda Gold Liqueur (loquat cordial or…


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