MII: Welcome to Moosh in Indy Talks Food.

Today’s guest is Oreo Cheesecake.

Oreo Cheesecake, say hello to everyone.

meet Oreo Cheesecake

MII:Everyone, say hello to Oreo Cheesecake.

warm welcome 

MII:Why don’t you tell us a little about yourself Oreo Cheesecake?

OC: Well, my mom made cheese in Philly and my dad is an egg farmer from central Utah. I’m about 12 hours old, but I’ve done a lot of traveling in that time. So far I’ve been to Kitchen-aid, Mixer; Kenmore, Oven and Frigidaire, Refrigerator. And now I’m here, Kitchen, Counter. It’s so great to be here.

Postcard 

MII: Well we’re really hungryhappy you’re here. Now there’s a bit of controversy about your origins? Some say box, some say divine creation. Which do you believe?

OC: Oh, I definitely believe in Creation. My creator is a beautiful loving woman, looks much like yourself actually. She took a dash from here and cup from there and made me in six minutes, she rested the seventh minute because she had been playing volleyball earlier. But I know she’s out there and I know she’s the only one who could make me what I am today.

missionary Cheesecake 

MII: That’s some pretty strong knowledge to have for someone so delicious young. Do the other baked goods give you a hard time?

OC: Yeah, the boxed cakes and brownies are a rough bunch. They swear they’re every bit as good as me, that I just get more credit because someone like me doesn’t come along all that often. But I know my creator makes all baked goods with equal amounts of love and care, and I know we’ll all end up in the same place, despite our origins.

Gangs of Chocolate 

MII: Well, Oreo Cheesecake. You know what happens next on this show. “Share a piece of you with the moosh!”

(WILD APPLAUSE)

OC: Oh, yeah, that. That’s why I’m here right? Well, let’s get to it I guess.

Oreo Blood 

MII: Well, what do you think the moosh?

the moosh tries 

the moosh approves 

 MII: The moosh confirms it, Oreo Cheesecake is one of the best guests we’ve ever had on the show! Thank you for being with us Oreo Cheesecake.

OC: Uh, thanks, uh, what’s that big knife for? No! Wait! I haven’t seen Living, Room or CHEVROLET, TRUCK YET! No! NO! Noooooo!

Death of a cheesecake 

MII: Well ladies and gentlemen, that’s it for Oreo Cheesecake. *burp* Thank you for being here and don’t forget to join us next week for “Angel Food: truly a saint or grossly misunderstood?” And we’ll uncover the conspiracy behind Hank & Willie’s Slander of the Best Damn Brownies Ever.

If you or someone you know should be eaten on a guest on Moosh in Indy Eats Talks Food. Please email us at mooshinindy at gmail dot com. Transcripts available by hitting “print”.

Comments

  1. Angel food cake with chocolate icing. Surprisingly delicious.

  2. All those pictures, and NO recipe? Cruel, just cruel.

  3. yummmm…….jealous…… I have the BEST triple chocolate cheesecake recipe, let me know if you want it

  4. I made cheesecake today too!

    When are you free for lunch girl?

  5. OMG.
    Ehem. I will reiterate my Flickr comment to this loveliness:

    Instead of bringing a damn casserole, bring me one of THESE.

    (I would also accept your coconut cake. Or crisp new bills in small denominations)

    Drool…

    P.S.
    My ass just got fatter looking at this. Just so you know.

  6. i’ll be right over. you did save me a piece, right?

  7. So…when are you bringing me one of these?

  8. Oh, yum. Yum yum.
    I have a third brownie recipe now. I’m in a chocolate haze. It’s not a bad place to be!

  9. Oh, and I would love to have one of those lovely loaves of bread as a guest on Moosh Talks Food–yum!

  10. I’m so making brownies tonight…I’m a total disaster in the kitchen and I fully admit to not making anything unless it comes in a box…however, I’m going to try your brownie recipe. Its 7:15 in the morning and I’m craving sweets NOW….

  11. are you going to be sharing recipes???

    Please????

  12. Can you mail me a slice? Mmm. Nice touch with the moustache on the egg!

  13. Mmm, cheesecake. You have inspired me to do some baking (more like opening a box and stiring) this weekend. Is it wrong that I want cheesecake for lunch now?

  14. I think I would kill the cake, too. It looks too good.

  15. I love ALL of your food, and I’m just sad that I can’t be there enjoying it with you. :( I hope you’ll continue “Moosh in Indy Talks Food” when you’re actually back in Indy… and that I can have the same role as the moosh!

  16. shut right up! i made turtle cheesecake last night!

    weird…very weird…

    oh, and the oreo blood pretty much made me pee my pants

  17. roflmao…my mouth is watering and so are my eyes from laughing.

  18. Listen Ms. Indy… I am a sucker for baking. Not that good at it, but love to do it!

    So…are you planning on sharing any more recipes? I’ve already tried your brownies, and would love to try others as well!

  19. in addition to looking delicious, this post was hilarious. you’re too much.

  20. Ha. I like the resting from the volleyball. :-)

  21. Remind me never to accept a dinner invitation at your house.

    It does look lovely…once you know it’s an Oreo cheesecake.

  22. mmmmm I’m want some!! I’m sitting here waiting to pick up Wal from his monthly boys night out bored out of my mind and to top it all off now I want some of your cheesecake- thanks for that!

  23. looks great- and I am laughing my butt off over here in Desk, Utility Room.

  24. You slay me.
    I have a pretty for you. Come see.

  25. Oh, the ‘stashe on the little egg. I LOVE IT!

    I’m hungry, I think The Oreo Cheesecake is gonna make this pregnant mommy real happy!

    Thanks Casey & The Moosh!

  26. Red velvet cake would give you some nice gore.

  27. I found your blog through Kim. I just recently met Kim through the blogging world. We are going to be doing presentations together on Adoption when time permits. I have been sitting her reading your blog tonight. Compleletly awe struck by your posts. I admire your willingness to be so open with personal feelings and filleting yourself to total strangers. I sometimes wish I could do that. I don’t because my family reads my blog and I am not ready to let them into my life THAT much. I keep a lot inside and most of my feelings are pondered in my heart and very rarely do I share them . I appreciate 100% of the feelings and experiences you have posted. It is amazing when I hear of others that have gone through “down” times I can appreciate it cause I too have been there and those feelings are very real. It is a hard place to be in. Thank you for your honesty on your blog. You and your daughter are absolutely beautiful. I love the range of emotions that you write about. I laughed so hard on some of your blogs. I wish I could write like that. My thoughts are that way but they don’t come out the same. Thank you again for all that you share. Squeeze and love that little girl. She is such a sweety. If you would like I would be happy to invite you to read my blog. I made it private do to some comments that were left. Take care. Oh yes – thank you for your post on Kim. She is an AMAZING person!!!!

  28. Seriously? Recipe? Cheesecake is my absolute favorite.

  29. I read this post and I peed a little bit. Seriously peed. I read it earlier so when you check sitemeter and see I was only here for two minutes…you know. Peed. Seriously. Dreamt about it. One of my favs.

  30. Rachel’s Royal Banana Award sent me here. I’m Amy of Memories and Musing of a Mommy.

    Since I entered your site, I haven’t stopped laughing once. You are truly fabulous, and I am now subscribed to your RSS feed. Because someone like you should be read as often as possible!

  31. Bahahaha…I have to say, it is 6am and this is the first post I have read since “Baby Standard Time” kicked in (she is actually sleeping right now!). I almost laughed my stiches right out!
    Plus…now I am hungry!

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