Tag Archives: Meringue

Best in show

And here’s what a pavlova looks like in the end…

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Anna was a dancer

Making meringue seems to fill people with dread. But fear not Famale family, here is a foolproof masterclass (my actual family benefit from this in the form of a pavlova tomorrow). First, there’s only one rule: one egg white per … Continue reading

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He has risen!

Church and food. The two pillars of a Catholic family. And so came the soup and the chicken with rosemary from my new rosemary plant. But my sister K told me this morning that ‘everyone’ is bored of my talk … Continue reading

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Ain’t no mountain high enough

Does this need an introduction? The other night after Mamma Famale’s pre-Mother’s Day chicken dinner, she and my sister K looked at me with dog-eyes, as if to say, is that it? K is a particular fan of the baked … Continue reading

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Little Miss Huffet’s lemon curd

I made a LOT of heart-shaped pastry cases for a particular purpose, but I shouldn’t have blind-baked them. Sometime I wonder if I do actually go momentarily blind when reading recipes. So, what does one do with a whole tin … Continue reading

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Mo Mowlam meringue pie

Whenever I’m feeling woeful, whether it’s the weather or when my brain is on the wane, there’s only one baking sight that lifts my mood. Meringue. And tonight, I’m dedicating it to Mo Mowlam. Initially, admittedly, because it rhymes with … Continue reading

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