National Lemon Meringue Pie Day
Pie enthusiasts and lemon lovers alike will celebrate National Lemon Meringue Pie Day on August 15th. In this delectable tart, tart lemon curd and delicate meringue blend together.
The crust is usually made with a shortbread pastry when making a lemon meringue pie. Lemon curd is the pie's filling. Of course, the topping is a fluffy and crisp meringue.
To make a meringue, Whip egg whites to stiff peaks. To make it sweet, add sugar to make it sweet. Meringues are baked in a slow oven so when they're finished, they come out crisp and golden.
Since meringue is versatile, it can be made into individual servings with fruit fillings. Pastry chefs also like to make meringue cookies. The light, airy cookies melt in your mouth whether you add cocoa, coffee, or any combination of flavorings. The same is true of meringue pies.
In the 17th century, the meringue was mastered. Meanwhile, lemon meringue pie as we know it today was invented in the 19th century.
How to make national lemon meringue pie?
Be sure to join this commemoration on August's first pie day! Invite someone to join you whether you make a pie or go out for a pie. When there is someone to share it with you, Pie is so much better. Have a cup of tea or coffee with it and some good chat. Make Lemon Meringue Pie dish by trying this Lemon Meringue Pie recipe. Be sure to post on social media and tag #LemonMeringuePieDay to share your favorite recipes with us and hashtag #LemonMeringuePieDay to post on social media.
The national lemon meringue pie day celebrations have a long tradition
Although our team was unable to locate the day's maker, we do have so many more pie days to celebrate.
- Peach Pie Day
- On Chocolate Pecan Pie Day, Pecan Pie Day is the chocolate Pecan Pie Day in the United States
- Pie Day
- Cherry Pie Day