Dacquoise

A classic French cake composed of baked nut meringues layered with buttercream. One of several types of meringue-based desserts; others include succès, progrès, and japonais. The proportions, size and type of nut used varies from type to type.
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Dacquoise

A ``dacquoise`` is a dessert cake made with layers of almond and hazelnut meringue and whipped cream or buttercream. It takes its name from the feminine form of the French word dacquois, meaning `of Dax`, a town in southwestern France. It is usually served chilled and accompanied by fruit. A particular form of the dacquoise is the marjolaine...
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Dacquoise

A cake made of nut meringues layered with whipped cream or buttercream. The nut meringue disks are also referred to as dacquoise.
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