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EGG WHITES AND SUGAR COMBINE IN TRADITIONAL EASTER OR PASSOVER MERINGUE. TREATS THAT ARE LIGHT AS AIR.


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By SHERYL JULIAN AND JULIE RIVEN
April 1, 2007

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M eringues make any table more festive, and their short ingredient list - egg whites, sugar, and vanilla - suits both Passover and Easter tables. But the crisp, airy quality that makes meringues so appealing also makes them fussy. They like cool, dry days without a trace of moisture. If the weather is humid or rainy, this simple mixture, shaped ... (Full article: 941 words)

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