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Pavlova

Anna . 1885--1931, Russian ballerina
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An Australian dessert dedicated to Russian ballet dancer, Anna Pavlova, the sweet, crunchy but still gooey in the middle meringue is perfectly cut by their tartness - and it's all bought together by Scottish double cream with a hint of vanilla.
Pavlova conferred with Israel's housing and construction minister Ariel Atias.
In her new book Pavlova, she gives a modern twist to the meringue-based pudding created in the 1920s in honour of the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova.
The basic story goes that the dessert was created especially for the famous Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova at a hotel in Wellington in New Zealand.
"Anna Pavlova might now be retired from racing," said Fahey, although part-owner Ray Lowie had earlier said: "We nearly took her out of the race as the ground was not soft enough and the filly was not happy.
Anna Pavlova's finest hour to date came at Longchamp last October when she won the Group Two Prix Royallieu.
The 24-year-old was at his best to bag the feature contest of Haydock's six-race card on Saturday, the totesport Silver Bowl, with an astute ride aboard three-year-old filly Anna Pavlova.
PAVLOVA was still bowing to the applauding audience when a Newcastle Journal representative was shown into her dressing room, and there was a moment to look round the dressing room.
Spread the Pavlova mix into a 25cm (10in) dish of even thickness, bake in the pre-heated oven for one hour.
Pavlova will not be a minister starting from January 1, 2019.
Pavlova said that by ending the tender, the government wanted to make assure that it is free of dependencies and is working professionally.