Dobrokhotov also posted cheesecake shots of Katya, clearly the same person, on his blog.
It is a dead-ringer for The cheesecake Factory with endless pages of weirdly-paired choices from Vichysoisse to Pad Thai.
They see $4 at the pump, and bang, their wallets snap shut and no more meals at cheesecake Factory.
cheesecake photos of Ann Coulter abound, and everywhere you look the NRA is urging you to “Stand and Fight!”
The Republicans all waited to eat their cheesecake while diligently devouring their greens.
Beth took a lively interest both in the cheesecake and the letter.
When at last he could open his lips, he said, 'Will you have a cheesecake?'
We wanted mamma to have one cheesecake and Haddie and I to divide the other between us.
Her costume was no feminine fluff; cheesecake, of which she presumably didn't have much, was not on display, either.
Master Naylor's mouth was full of cheesecake, but he nodded to show his consent.
also cheese-cake, mid-15c., from cheese (n.1) + cake (n.). In figurative uses for "soft, effeminate" from 18c. Slang meaning dates from 1934, when a "Time" magazine article defined it as "leg-pictures of sporty females." In its early years this sense of the word often was associated with Marlene Dietrich.
: unless one perceives in cheesecake photographs illicit and limitless pleasures
[apparently fr the appreciative comments of one or another New York City newspaper photographer at the ocean-liner docks who posed women so that their legs were featured, and pronounced the pictures to be ''better than cheesecake'']