Pavlova


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Russian ballerina (1882-1931)

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a dessert consisting of a meringue base or cup filled with fruit and whipped cream

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According to Pavlova, the main priorities are: The future of Europe and the debate on the multiannual financial framework; The Western Balkans, their European perspective and connectivity; Security and Stability in Europe and the Digital Economy.
We always have a formal dinner Christmas Eve, with prawns entree, baked fish, fruit salad, and on Christmas Day drive to my husband's family farm outside Sydney to have our 'hot' roast turkey and ham with and baked pumpkin potato lunch, pavlova, and 'hot' plum pudding dessert.
Along with their muffins, the Pavlova made me want to go home and turn the oven on.
Au also makes an eight-inch mango-passion fruit pavlova for P850.
Dropping the temperature at this stage of cooking will keep the pavlova from going brown.
stagnalis as they do in Helix (Sakharov and Salanki, 1982; Pavlova, 2001).
In her book called pavlova, she gives a modern twist to the meringue-based pudding created in the 1920s in honour of the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov fired Deputy Health Minister Gergana Pavlova on February 21.
Bowled pavlova: Glynn Purnell and Edgbaston head chef Dave Hill tuck into a cherry pavlova.
Pavlova may be considered an out-dated dessert favoured by maiden aunts, but chef Genevieve Knights hopes to change that with her new book.
MERINGUES are not one of my favourite desserts, as I can often find them too sweet, but this chocolate Pavlova recipe works brilliantly and is a real winner.
The elements yes, I've made them many times, but as a finished article this will be the first time I think I've made that most elegant and summery of desserts, the Pavlova.
Summary: BEIRUT: Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova, usually held to be one of the finest classical dancers in history, is most famous for having created "The Dying Swan" in 1905.
An New Zealand culinary invention that became enormously popular throughout Australia, Pavlova is a large meringue dessert cake named after Anna Pavlova, the accomplished and internationally renowned ballerina.
DOUBTS remain over the immediate future of star mare Anna Pavlova after owner Ray Cowie and trainer Richard Fahey were locked in a clash of wills yesterday.