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Old 07-30-2011, 11:59 PM   #1
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Italian Meringue

I love to use Italian meringue to ice cakes and cupcakes, but the icing always feels as if it were warm in your mouth, I think it's the insulating properties of the foam but even if I put it in the fridge it always feels warm. Does anyone else think that as well? I would think it would be better on Baked Alaska since its caramelised.

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