1 American name for icing on cakes; in the UK icing made from sugar and egg-white (known as American or royal icing).
2 A way of decorating the rim of a glass in which a cold drink is to be served; the edge is coated with whipped egg-white, dipped into caster sugar, and allowed to dry.
3 For a margarita cocktail the edge of the glass is frosted by dipping it into lemon juice, then salt.
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