What’s for dessert ?: Cheesecakes
You remember when I was long ago announced that I would put the blog address over the middle of the photo? I was angry then because one company wanted to use my photo from the blog for their declarations. They simply downloaded the photo from the blog and cut out the name of the blog that was in the right corner. I thought the blog address across the entire photo would prevent others from using my work. Time passed, and I could no longer find my texts and photos on pages that “borrow” other people’s works and publish them without mentioning the author. Often, when I came across such a page, I used to comment to myself that I don’t understand the people who follow those pages – so it can be seen from the plane that it’s a bunch of thrown recipes taken from different sources.
Meanwhile, the “borrowers” have also become more sophisticated. So I recently entered the name of a recipe into a search engine. Between the offered links, a text caught my eye that seemed to have been written by me. I clicked on the link and almost fainted. The link led to blog which is a complete copy of my blog. All the posts I posted and photos were copied. The person didn’t even bother to remove the blog address from them.
If you have ever complained about the Croatian bureaucracy, it is nothing compared to the policy pursued by Google. On the first day, I reported three posts for copyright infringement via the prescribed form. Posts have been deleted. Since they didn’t contact me, I wrote them an email listing random posts and explaining that the entire blog is a copy of my blog. I got the answer that I have to report every post if I want it removed. And so lately I’ve been busy filling out the form and linking to more than 250 posts. The blog is final erased and with great gusto I returned to the kitchen.
This recipe is still called more or less, and is based on an equal amount of cottage cheese, butter and flour. The amount of 250 g is enough for approximately 60 cakes.
- 250 g of smooth flour
- 250 g cold diced butter
- 250 g of cottage cheese
- 2 teaspoons salt
- freshly ground pepper
- 12 g baking powder (1 bag)
- 1 egg
- for coating: beaten egg and flax seeds
Rub the butter into the flour to get a coarse crumb structure. Add salt, pepper, baking powder, cottage cheese and egg and use a fork to combine the ingredients. When combined, knead a smooth dough. Roll out on a floured surface to a thickness of 1 cm. Using a round cutter, cut out the cakes and place them on a baking sheet lined with baking paper. Beat the egg and coat the cakes, then sprinkle them with seeds as desired. Bake for 15 minutes in an oven preheated to 200 ° C.