Ann Arbor’s 24th Cheesecakerie helps craft pastry stout for ‘Support Black Businesses Beer Series’
Co-owner of 24th CC, Sean Brezzell, recently collaborated with Five Shores Brewing and beer blogger Siren of Stout to craft a pastry stout as part of its “Support Black Businesses Beer Series.” The February beer is the first in the series, which coincides with Black History Month. Read: Family-run 24th CC fills cheesecake void in Ann Arbor food sceneSiren of Stout’s Barb Baker and Five Shores brewmaster Oliver Roberts developed the beer recipe that features 24th CC’s sweet potato pies. Ad24th Cheesecakerie's sweet potato pies go into the mash to create a pastry stout with Five Shores Brewing and Siren of Stout. (Barb Baker)“The 24th Cheesecakerie is a third generation business and they make stellar cakes and pies,” Baker wrote A4 via email. The limited edition beer will be released on Feb. 26 and can be purchased on the Five Shores Brewing website with pick up options in Royal Oak and at Cultivate in Ypsilanti.
Ann Arbor cheesecakerie expanding footprint to Metro Detroit
The owner of 24th Cheesecakerie and “The Cheesecake Guy” told us just that when we spoke to him last May when he opened his first cheesecakerie in Briarwood Mall. (Sarah M. Parlette / WDIV)In addition to opening up the third 24th Cheesecakerie, Brezzell said that he will also be collaborating with local business people to add their products to his stores. Brezzell and Dent said that the Madison Heights community has already reached out online to welcome them to the area. Right now, visitors to the Madison Heights location can anticipate soft hours of noon to 7 p.m. during the week. Find 24th Cheesecakerie in Ann Arbor’s Briarwood Mall or at 14 N. Washington St. in Ypsilanti.
A tasty place to celebrate National Cheesecake Day in the D
That is especially true of the cheesecake you will find at 24th Cheese Cakerie in the Ann Arbor area. Chef Sean Brezzell from 24th Cheese Cakerie joined Tati Amare via Skype from their new Ypsilanti location with his sous chef, his young son, Sean to celebrate National Cheesecake Day. 24th Cheese Cakerie is a family owned business that first opened up in Ann Arbors Briarwood Mall. Those ideas have led to the creation of some fan favorites like honey lavender cheesecake, cookies ncream, and peach cobbler cheesecake. Ordering from 24th Cheese Cakerie is easy.
Can dental floss help kids cook in the kitchen?
Kids are always looking for a way to help out in the kitchen, but sometimes it is hard for them to do so when it comes to using sharp knives. Sometimes parents dont feel that their kids are ready to handle them. Kila Peeples discovered how to cut with an item usually found in the bathroom: Dental floss!! Kila tried cutting watermelon, cookie dough, and cheesecake with non-flavored dental floss. Watch the video above to see if dental floss can be used as a knife!
Junior's Cheesecake owner says it's an 'honorable' decision to wait to use small business loans
Junior's Cheesecake owner Alan Rosen on Wednesday defended his decision to leave his restaurant employees on furlough despite receiving money from the Treasury Department's newly created small business loan program. Rosen first explained his strategy Tuesday on CNBC, generating some criticism from people who contended that keeping workers on unemployment insurance while also taking a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program was problematic. Rosen, whose grandfather founded Junior's in Brooklyn, New York, in 1950, said he disagrees with any suggestion that he is unfairly taking advantage of the program, which offers small business owners loans worth up to 2.5 times their average monthly payroll. If the criteria to be forgiven are not met, the money becomes a two-year loan at 1% interest. "I think I'm actually taking the honorable approach and saying, I'll use the money either before the eight weeks or after depending on how business allows, and if it's after then I have to pay back the loan," Rosen said.cnbc.com