“Are you serving dairy for Shavuot?”
The question caught me off guard. “Uh, yeah . . .”
“All the meals … all dairy? Who can eat that much dairy?!”
Those people who want to have their cheesecake and to eat meat too do the cheesecake kiddush before a meat meal.
I suppose you could also make pareve cheesecake . . . But, some people don’t like using soy-based pareve “cream cheese.”
A couple of years ago, I made really delicious “cheese” danishes. Completely pareve, they get their cheese-ey flavor from being dipped in a vanilla-lemon scented syrup. I don’t know why the lemon-vanilla flavor makes the crescents tastes dairy, but it does.