A meringue called Wonder.

There was a short interlude in summer yesterday. Whoever is in charge of the heavens opened them and emptied the bath water. Thus spat Zarathustra. Rather than stare hopelessly out of the window at the eternal grey I cooked. This miraculous meringue was among the delicious antidotes that were created to chase away the greys.


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Photographer and film maker living in France. After a long career in London, my wife and I have settled in the Vendee, where we run residential digital photography courses with a strong gastronomic flavour.
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8 Responses to A meringue called Wonder.

  1. Feeding Time says:

    Beautiful… is there anything underneath it?

  2. Wonderful, I am sure this chased away the greys. You have great photos and interesting recipes

  3. It looks like your meringue is flying – a unidentified delicious looking object! It rained here yesterday too, which is a shame as we had our annual village boules festival, when a ferry-full of french boule teams come and take on Englands’ best. Play still went ahead at intervals…and the french won, again.
    Love to know how you did that flying effect.

  4. Karen says:

    The meringue looks as light as air which I’m sure it was. You have proved my grandmother wrong. She said you could not make meringues on a humid or rainy day.

  5. If your meringue is floating (and it looks like it is), that is an AMAZING recipe!

  6. ambrosiana says:

    Well I guess that gorgeous looking meringa chased away more than the greys!!

  7. Looks like it’s floating, how magical. I wish I could send some sun your way. We need some rain here.

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