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Erich Wolfgang Korngold, who added sumptuous musical meringue to the score, was the music director.
On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10 p.m.–midnight, Nixta transforms into Bar Limón: Think live salsa, meringue, and cumbia, plus plenty of mezcal and tequila.
Crush about 10 meringues into fine crumbs and scatter onto a flat tray.
Remove top racks of oven so meringue does not hit it during final baking.
The desserts are also surprisingly sophisticated, particularly the baked matcha mochi ($15), a kind of moist cake that includes caramel, sesame tuile, yuzu meringue, quince jam and macadamia nut ice cream.
An overnight storm has left the surrounding mountains looking like stiff peaks of meringue.
The surface of the meringue mixture will turn from glossy to textured.
For a dessert of airy Pavlova meringue or decadent chocolate soufflé, try a fascinating sweet wine from Tenerife.
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