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EGG WHITES, SUGAR, a pinch of cream of tartar or a dash of vinegar―and air. So simple, yet so divine! Meringue can be spooned onto pies, piped into any number of beautiful shapes, baked, poached, whipped into silky frostings, or folded into cakes. It can be combined with ground nuts, chocolate, or any number of flavorings, or made into vessels for Chantilly cream and berries. And that’s just the beginning. With thoughtful instructions, helpful hints, and magical recipes, Meringue will guide you in making such heavenly treats as Lemon Twists, Chocolate-Flecked Pavlova, Clementine Meringue Cake with Rosemary, and Baked Alaska.
Linda K. Jackson is a senior advertising and marketing executive in the food and beverage industry.
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What a great book! I've made perfect meringues just by following these recipes exactly.Published 1 month ago by K Jean
My project this winter was to learn to make meringue and this book fit the bill. Great pictures and clear concise recipes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sandra Lee
I love meringues, but I never knew how many different kinds you can make until I got this book! Instructions are easy and well explained!Published 8 months ago by Nellsbells
i `ve been wanting to experiment with Meringue. This book makes it simple and clear. Definitely a keeper.Published 11 months ago by Kathy J Dyer
I love meringue. I never tried making anything with meringue other then lemon meringue pie before I got this. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
Even the inexperienced can use these recipes to wonderful effect. And though meringue is a little messy, and takes a rather long time in the oven, the preparation is very easy,... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Call of Kthalia
Great recipes, some more creative than I might ever have thought for meringue. The fundamental teaching is well done, and it's now my only resource for this not oft used pastry... Read morePublished 17 months ago by E. Reiser