The U.K. is home to a magnificent little institution known as the Meringue Girls. I don’t even recall how I stumbled across the efforts of these two amazing ladies so many years ago, but never has meringue looked so edgy.
Using their mother recipe and inspired by their flavor combinations, I have embarked on a little meringue-filled side quest. Anyone watching their figure should already appreciate these little fat-free kisses and they seriously quench my sweet tooth. These beauties are part of a cocoa and chai latte batch I made. The cocoa flavor is a little bit more muted than the chai, which really stood out.
I am determined to master the piping technique to create beautiful, even dollops of meringue. But until then let’s just say they have character.
Today’s Beginner Philosophy Lesson brought to you by: Epistemology
Epistemology is the study of how we know things. There are several branches within epistemology, and as a researcher, it’s important to have a firm grasp on which branch you subscribe to. A lot of education research is dominated by 2 branches: constructivism purports that reality is constructed by the individual and positivism purports that reality exists as its own entity, separate from the individual. Is ‘reality’ for each person different? Or do we all experience the same ‘reality’?