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Spoom

Cooking Term

 

Definition:
 

Spoom: a type of frosty sorbet, used to be a great favourite in fashion in england. Made with a lighter syrup. Just before it near to set it is added half of its volume of Meringue Italienne (Italian Meringue).

 

Like sorbet is made of fruit, wine, Port, etc. Served in tall glass with a spoon.

 

The name come from the Italian Spuma (Foam). 

 
 
 
 
 

 

Comments (1)

Spuma and espuma ( Spanish ) ... yes, lovely too.
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