What is the meaning of N’at in Kyle’s Cakes N’at?
For those not familiar with Pittsburghese, locals from Pittsburgh, PA have a dialect and accent all their own. “N’at” is a local term usually added to the end of a sentence. “I’m goin dahntahn to get some cheesecake n’at.” It can mean “and that” or “and such.” Google “Pittsburghese” to learn more!
Do you deliver?
We currently offer delivery within 15 miles of zip 15206 in Pittsburgh, PA. The Local Delivery option will appear at check-out if your address is within our delivery zone.
How many servings are in a 9-inch cheesecake?
Our 9-inch cheesecake serves 8-16 people depending on the size of the slice you prefer.
How many servings are in a 4-inch mini cheesecake?
One 4-inch mini cheesecake serves 2-4 people depending on the size of the slice you prefer.
Why doesn’t my cheesecake come pre-sliced?
We don’t pre-slice our cheesecakes before shipping because we feel pre-slicing them reduces the moisture content in the cake and therefore the quality of our cheesecake on arrival. For the best experience, we recommend they be sliced just before serving.
Can I freeze my cheesecake?
Our cheesecakes freeze really well. Refrigerate or freeze your cheesecake upon arrival. If frozen, we recommend thawing the cheesecake overnight in your refrigerator or on your kitchen counter for one hour before serving. To ensure quality, remove your cheesecake from your freezer for consumption within 3 months of freezer storage date.
How long will my cheesecake last in the refrigerator after thawing?
We recommend eating your cheesecake within 5 days of thawing, if it arrived frozen, or 6 days if locally delivered unfrozen.
What is the best way to slice a cheesecake?
The best way to slice a cheesecake is with a sharp knife dipped in hot water and wiped clean before each cut. For the best results, dip and clean the knife with each cut.
Are your cheesecakes kosher?
No, our cheesecakes are not certified as kosher.
Do you make gluten-free cheesecake?
Yes. We can make any of our cheesecakes gluten-free on request. However, you should know that because we bake in ovens that have been used to bake wheat, rye, and/or barley products, we can’t guarantee a totally gluten free cheesecake. If you have celiac disease and/or are highly sensitive to wheat, rye, and/or barley products, we don’t recommend consuming our cheesecake.