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wHAT IS TI???tHE KIND THAT david archuleta Grew up with?JUST TELL ME WHAT SALSA MERENGUE IS AND WHERE I CAN HEAR IT OKAY!!??I;ve already asked this question and have had no luck
Okay I’m sorry if I was rude or anything.What I meant wa this : Could somebody please explain to me what exactly Salsa Merengue is, how to spell it, and where I can hear it?

Salsa is stuff you put on food to make it taste better. The term was also used by Fania Records as a sales gimick, "spicing up" their sales of mambo, merengue and other Latin music genres.

Merengue, though spelled like the egg white and sugar confection, is a music and dance that originated on the island of Hispanola. It’s either standard or cut time and moderately fast tempo. The dance is characterized by generally being a lot of chasses and not having much syncopation.

I want to get enjoy twirling and swirling in an area where the Cuban, Hispanic and Latin community are vibrant!

All sugestions are welcome-doenst matter whether they serve food or not I just want to dance

Paquito’s is definitely the best. I’ve never had a bad time there!

What is the best suspiros/merengue recipe? I know the basics are always sugar, egg whites, and a type of "acid" such as ( lemon/ lime/ vinegar ). But is there a more complex, or more detailed way of doing it?

Cook Time: 12 minutes
•3 egg whites
•1 cup sugar
•1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
•1/2 cup slivered blanched almonds

Beat egg whites until stiff. Add sugar gradually, while continuing to beat, until sugar is incorporated and dissolved. Add lemon juice then fold in almonds. Line a baking sheet with foil. Drop meringue mixture by teaspoonfuls onto foil. Bake at 350° for about 12 minute, until lightly browned.

THis is to all my ppl GOSENSELA

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YUhhhh ii jux put some music toqether
i was bored
nd i aint no fuckinq dj or anything so dont b there sayinq i cant make a mix cux all i did was put music toqether aiqht

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Learn box merengue dance steps with expert Caribbean merengue dancing instruction from a professional dancer in this free online dance lesson and choreography video clip.

Expert: Christina Haggerty
Bio: Christina Haggerty empezó su entrenamiento formal de baile en la universidad, donde tomó sus primeras clases de jazz, balet y bailes étnicos.
Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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I like reggaeton music along with salsa and merengue music but I don’t know the names of the artists or what songs to look for. HELP me please.

If you have one artist you know, search them up on yahoo and listen to the fan radio. It comes up with many great ones.

If you don’t know any off hand, try these:
El General, Chicho Man, Nando Boom, Renato, Black Apache

they are the original Reggeaton artists. It gives a nice starting place.

I dont want a old song. I want a new song that you heard and you think is pretty. Tell me who sings it and what it is called. Thank you!

Check out this link. On that page you’ll see all the hot new songs that are out right now. for your sweet 15, I recommend Juan Luis Guerra’s song La Traviesa.
others that I artist that I like a lot are Fernando Villalona, La Banda Gorda and Tono Rosario… I don’t really have a favorite new school song from them, but most of their stuff is good. The best merengue are from the old school imo. hope this helps.

Any fillings, chocolate, mint, whichever. Please and Thank you. =)

Peanut Butter Meringue Cookies

* 2/3 cup sifted confectioners’ sugar
* 1/2 cup peanut butter
* 2 egg whites, room temperature
* salted peanuts, chopped

Beat egg whites until stiff peaks form; set aside.
In a mixing bowl, gradually add sifted confectioners’ sugar to peanut butter, mixing well. Fold in beaten egg whites. Cover cookie sheets with brown paper, parchment paper, or silicone mats.Drop batter by teaspoonfuls onto paper. Sprinkle each cookie with a chopped peanuts. Bake for 10 minutes at 375°; cool in pan then remove from paper.
Makes 2 dozen meringue cookies.