Meringue, a sweet kiss with egg whites

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Since the delicate and airy pastry made from egg whites and the thick battered Gruyères cream complement each other so well, one easily understands why Meringue is a favorite dessert in the land of Fribourg. The pastry was invented around the year 1600, and one of its biggest fans supposedly was French King Louis XV, who therefore named the Meringue "baiser", meaning kiss.

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