Food & Drink

Carve a spoon into a 70-year-old dessert icon

While Brisbane and Gold Coast locals have been happily shoving slices of Goldsteins Bakery's original baked cheesecake into their maws for decades, the signature dessert didn’t always carry the celebrated crown. In fact, when Julius and Paula Goldstein first arrived in Australia from Europe in 1939 and set up The Busy Bee bakery on Roma Street, their customers would often voice concerns that the cheesecakes had gone off, due to their traditionally sour taste. But the Goldsteins stayed true to their roots and now, as the second and third generations celebrate 70 years in business, the artisan bakers are sharing their original cheesecake recipe with their loyal customers. The Goldsteins traditionally make their own quark, but you can source it locally from Barambah Organics or Paris Creek Farm. Follow in the bakers' floury footsteps and try your hand crafting this European indulgence… more

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