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Fluffy meringue icing recipe

RecipesDish typeCakeCake decoratingIcingThis light and gorgeous icing is perfect for a lighter cake, when you don& 39;t want all the richness of a butter-based icing.62 people made thisIngredientsServes: 12 2 egg whites175g caster sugar5 tablespoons golden syrup2 tablespoons water1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar1/4 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon vanilla extractMethodPrep:10min ›Cook:10min ›Ready in:20minCombine the egg whites, sugar, golden syrup, water, cream of tartar and salt in the top of a double boiler over water that is at a hard boil.
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Lamb Albondigas

Ingredients2/3 Cups white bread, cumbled½ Cup whole milk¾ Pound ground lamb1/3 Cup carmelized onions, plus more for serving2 Tablespoons chiffonade mint2 Tablespoons chiffonade parsley1 large eggPinch of saltPinch of freshly ground black pepperDirectionsPreheat oven to 400 degrees F.Soak the bread in milk until it& 39;s absorbed.
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Is Hyperlocal Reporting Over?

Grub Street debuted its new look today as a national New York food blog, after announcing the elimination of non-New York City blogs. And while the format seems unchanged from the Grub Street New York blog page, city editors Hadley Tomicki, Michael Gebert, Jay Barmann, Collin Keefe, and Kara Baskin are all out of a job.
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The Doner May Be The Best Sandwich You've Never Heard Of

There’s a new sandwich in town and it’s about to eat New York. It’s called Kotti Döner Berliner Kebab. It took a Berlin native to notice that his beloved döner kebab was nowhere to be found in New York’s international pantry, and now he’s serving it at Brooklyn’s new DeKalb Market Hall.When he was growing up in the Kotti section of Berlin, the döner kebab was Erkan Emre’s favorite street food.
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What Armies Eat Around the World

From pasta to potato to halva pudding, this is what different countries feed their men and women in serviceSingapore army rations are a mix of local flavors and noodles.Next time you’re settling in for dinner take a look at what’s on your plate... chicken, beef, a sprout or two? Maybe some carbohydrates like bread and mashed potatoes with gravy?
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Tebel

It is an indispensable spice in Tunisian cuisine. Below are the basic ingredients but others can be added depending on your preference. Coriander seeds Cumin seeds. 2-3 minutes stirring continuously, and after frying, grind them and mix with garlic powder and a little paprika and you get tebel:) If you liked our recipe & 34; Tebel & 34; don't forget to review it.
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