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Eli’s Cheesecake Celebrates 32 years at the NRA Show

Eli’s Cheesecake is proud to have participated in the 32nd annual National Restaurant Show (NRA Show) this year. Each year it is an incredible experience to build stronger relationships with our customers, meet new vendors, and spend time with our associates.

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This year we were able to showcase our new cookbook, with the opportunity to purchase at the NRA bookstore. The cookbook premiered coincided with the 35th anniversary of Eli’s Cheesecake. The cookbook offers 40 unique recipes from desserts to recipes from Eli’s famous steakhouse.

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This year at the NRA Show, we introduced eight new products varying from cheesecakes to tarts to a dessert bar. The cheesecakes featured above are the Cookie Butter Cheesecake, made with GMO free ingredients (on the left) and the Chocolate Hazelnut Crunch, made with gluten free ingredients (on the right). For the foodservice industry, distributors, and operators: find more information at http://foodservice.elicheesecake.com/.

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StoryTeller Ryan from WCIA 3 visited our booth this year and captured great footage of our products. We are also lucky to host students from the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences (CHSAS) at our booth each year to share information about our finest ingredients, such as Wildflower honey, harvested by CHSAS and Nielsen Massey vanilla.

We are already planning for another sensational year for the NRA Show 2017!

 

 

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The Eli’s Cheesecake Cookbook featured on WGN Radio

On November 29, Eli’s Cheesecake Owners Marc and Maureen Schulman joined Dean Richards on WGN radio’s “Foodtime Show” segment to discuss The Eli’s Cheesecake Cookbook. During the show Marc and Maureen discussed the rich history of Chicago food and Eli’s Schulman’s influential role in the Chicago food industry. While Eli’s Cheesecake is known for cheesecakes, the cookbook does not solely focus on cheesecakes. Instead, the cookbook is a combination of traditional Chicago dishes, influenced by Eli’s Place for Steak, such as “Liver Eli” and “Shrimp Marc,” favorite cheesecakes, and useful tips and tricks. Richards thus named the cookbook as “retro,” given its revival of Chicago classics. Maureen was able to give some book details including some of the available recipes as well as her top favorites.

 

Click here to listen to the full show.

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