Love is in the air…you can fine Valentines day reminders everywhere, you can not even walk into the market without seeing red heart shaped boxes filled with chocolate, long stemmed red roses and red, red, red everywhere!
I found some interesting facts regarding Valentines Day, according to the American Greetings Corporation, about 1 billion Valentine’s Day cards are sent out each year and nearly 36 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate are purchased. The average annual Valentine’s Day spending is 13.19 billion, according to the consumer intentions and actions survey of 2014. There is so much pressure on a man to purchase flowers; the average number of roses produced for Valentines Day in 2014 was 196 million…aren’t these facts crazy?
I love Valentine’s Day, not because of the gifts as I don’t believe the holiday is about that but because it’s a great opportunity to let the one you love most know what they mean to you. I am revisiting this recipe for red velvet cheesecake swirls that was developed while I was working in the corporate kitchen a few years back. Unfortunately I do not have a step by step guide on how to make them but I wanted to bring them back this year as I had a lot of requests for the recipe.
While the recipe appears to be a bit difficult, it really isn’t, it just takes a few extra steps and trust me, it is well worth making. This recipe for cheesecake swirls will last for 3-5 days in your refrigerator and it is best to remove them at least 30 minutes prior to eating.
I wish everyone a Valentines Day filled with love and joy! Please read my article from the Jackson Free Press including this recipe and a few others to complete your Valentine Days dinner.
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Thank you again ~ Patty Limatola-Tanenbaum