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meringue

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, dish
meringueme‧ringue /məˈræŋ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFFa light sweet food made by mixing sugar and the white part of eggs together very quickly and then baking it
Examples from the Corpus
meringueAuguste looked round desperately for Rose, and caught sight of him half way through a meringue.Fiercely tart, this dessert is a massive wedge of creamy pie topped with a puff of lighter-than-air meringue.Fruit and cream meringue nests Slice strawberries and drizzle with kirsch.The water is the deepest hue of aquamarine and whipped up into meringue peaks.They made a lemon meringue pie from the recipe on the back of a box of vanilla wafers.She is crushed between them and can hardly handle her fork and finish her lemon meringue pie.lemon meringue pieThe platters are filled with raspberry meringues, apricot turnovers, dark red cherries.Sandwich the meringues together with cream and serve at once.
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