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January 27, 2008



When you say tablespoon are you talking 15mL or 20mL? I think in America tablespoon is 14mL, U.K. its 15mL and Australia its 20mL.

Kate Welch


Thanks for pointing that out!

I'm using a tablespoon measure that states 14.79ml.

Tracy Bradley

Wow, that looks delicious! I've made Nancy's lemon curd before and love it, but I'm all for going a tad higher fat - and now that I can do cheese again, this is gonna be the first thing I bake - once I am done my carnivore challenge :)

Angela Seury

I think I just went to lemon heaven. Can't wait to try this!!!


I've just recently found your blog through Jimmy Moore's and I'm enjoying it. My only complaint is that you don't post more! Do you have the carb count for that cheesecake without the curd? (Not a big fan of lemon.)

The Bionic Broad

This is the best cheesecake that I've ever put in my mouth, bar none. I made the curd a bit sweeter, with half erythritol and half Splenda. When I took it to church this morning, my non-low-carb-eating friends fell on it like hungry locusts. Thank you so much for posting this.


I made this a few weeks ago and it was TO DIE FOR DELICIOUS. Loved it with the lemon curd on the side! THANK YOU for posting this recipe.


I made this cheesecake with lo han sweetner..this cheesecake was awesome!! Thanks for a wonderful recipe. Keri

Aneta Mijic


I am from Croatia and I saw this recepie wich seems very nice and I would like to try out.
Please can you tell me what is meen this 5 tbsp...hom many is that?

Best regards from Croatia-Split

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