rich, creamy, unique chocolate pie with a hint of cinnamon. also a bit tricky because of the meringue, therefore not a beginners recipe. a legacy of my grandmother and a family tradition at christmas and thanksgiving. make sure the eggs are separated well and all the directions are followed to the letter.
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