New York Cheesecake is creamy, satiny, rich, dense ... and indescribably divine! It takes a little bit of work and technique, but don't be intimidated. You can do it! The crust is a mixture of graham cracker crumbs, cinnamon and margarine pressed into the bottom of your springform pan lined with parchment. Be sure to wrap foil around the outside of your pan because you will be placing it in a water bath to bake. For the filling, combine room-temperature cream cheese with sugar, Smith's Sour Cream and vanilla, then gently whisk in the eggs. Don't over mix your batter because incorporating too much air can make your New York Cheesecake fall, then crack. Pour the filling into the crust, then place it carefully into the preheated water bath. Bake for 12 minutes at 475 degrees, then reduce heat to 350 and bake until golden with just a little jiggle in the center of the cake. The finishing touch is Smith's Sour Cream mixed with a little bit of sugar and spread over the top. Garnish with your favorite fresh fruit, and impress your friends with your New York Cheesecake masterpiece!