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Transfer meringue to large disposable piping bag and snip off end.
Transfer meringue to oven, immediately reduce the temperature to 250 F, and bake for 1 hour 30 minutes.
Spoon meringue on top, spreading to cover entire surface.
Divide first batch of meringue mixture evenly among three clean bowls.
Shown above is one of the most colorful dishes of the evening, a halibut cured with a bracing vinaigrette and shards of pink beet meringue and plenty of miniature vegetables and greens.
There are Grevy's zebras, elands, stolid buffaloes in a dry wallow—and always Mount Kenya, piled high with clouds just now, like curls of meringue.
Fish and chips are popular, as is pavlova, which is a dessert cake of fruit and meringue.
The picture-perfect strawberry schaum torte places fresh strawberries and French vanilla ice cream atop a cloud of baked meringue.
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Origin and Etymology of meringue
First Known Use: 1706See Words from the same year
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