Mannys Cheese cake lots being sold
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Sam

Greig, NY

#23 May 10, 2013
utica forum wrote:
from what i heard is the gas station wants the property but the homes next door wont sell...would the city leaders really want more tanks left in the ground
Fast track is building a state of the art building
in the same place, they purchased the old Byrns Dairy building next door. so they can expand parking construction starts September 2013
So high

United States

#24 May 10, 2013
State of the art gas stations. WooOOO00o hold the cny presses!
Albert

Greig, NY

#27 May 10, 2013
smokey mcbuzz wrote:
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so typical of Uticans wanting to claim anything and everything was 'invented' in Utica....cheesecake has been around sine ancient greece times....in 1880 cream cheese however was manufactured by the Empire Cheese Company of South Edmeston NY...and sold under the brand name Philadelphia Cream Cheese....
idiot Uticans!
The origin of cheesecake in the Americas was brought over by the immigrants. However, their version relied on cottage cheese to make the cake.

As for the modern version, it's creation began in 1872 with American dairymen, who were said to be trying to recreate French Neufchatel cheese. Instead of recreating it, they happened upon a formula that was more richer and creamier. Their creation: cream cheese.

However, in 1912 James Kraft developed a his own method to pasteurize cheese, in which other dairy product manufacturers soon adopted and offered as cream cheese.

However, the origin of cheesecake being made with cream cheese has been credited to Arnold Reuben, owner of the legendary Turf Restaurant at 49th and Broadway in New York City.

Legend has it that he was served a cheese pie by a friend, which he immediately fell in love with. Not satisfied with his friend's recipe, he began to develop his own. Once perfected, he eventually began to serve it at his restaurant. The cheesecake was said to have become quickly popular with his patrons.
Lol

Ardsley, NY

#28 May 11, 2013
Bill wrote:
With the building gone, the property tripled in value if you had any common sence. Wouldn't need to knock it down(very costly) already gone. Several houses near are going to sell too. The whole block is planned for something big to come. Watch and you will see. Hint,,shhhh,,gas.
He was trying to sell the building for close to a million dollars before the fire. Utica ny is a dump for the most part. No one is going to buy it. Just like the thousands of other vacant buildings and lots in the city. Utica is never going to change. We are living in a welfare city. People do not want to work in this city. Cut them off and make people work.
Hilarious

United States

#29 May 11, 2013
Bill wrote:
With the building gone, the property tripled in value if you had any common sence. Wouldn't need to knock it down(very costly) already gone. Several houses near are going to sell too. The whole block is planned for something big to come. Watch and you will see. Hint,,shhhh,,gas.
"Something big"? Oh wait this is uticans talking.
Yummy

Morris, NY

#31 May 11, 2013
Jenna Talia wrote:
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Yeah, he was visiting his friend in Utica, Mr. Shlomo Finkelmann who ran a dairy. It was his recipe that was taken and slightly tweaked.
Very grateful to Mr. Finkelmann.
Fat Tony Salerno

United States

#32 May 11, 2013
smokey mcbuzz wrote:
who cares?..over-priced dried out cheesecakes....only you east utica chooches want that dump back....Walmart has better cheesecakes..and they were made in China..frozen and shipped here...
I had one of those WalMart cheesecakes about a month ago. I found it to be very tasty and wholesome. However, the next day I took a huge bloody dump at BenGee's Downtown. It was wild.
billy

Utica, NY

#33 Jun 10, 2013
Bill wrote:
With the building gone, the property tripled in value if you had any common sence. Wouldn't need to knock it down(very costly) already gone. Several houses near are going to sell too. The whole block is planned for something big to come. Watch and you will see. Hint,,shhhh,,gas.
does everybody just make stuff up on this site? nobody is selling there houses around there. my father in law is looking to buy the 2 parcels on pleasant st. the one on Oneida will just sit vacant to small buy it self for anything

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