Pavlova


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Pavlova

Anna . 1885--1931, Russian ballerina
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Dropping the temperature at this stage of cooking will keep the pavlova from going brown.
According to history, a chef in Wellington, New Zealand, created the first cake in 1926 in honour of Pavlova, who was fond of meringues.
The many sumptuous photos in the book attest to the vast number of roles and venues Pavlova inhabited.
To construct the Pavlova place the meringue on a serving plate.
Heathcote's Chocolate, Orange and Strawberry Pavlova Picture: GAVIN TRAFFORD/ gav100311recipes-3
But the variations are immense, and offer the Pavlova lover hundreds of choices.
Owner-breeder Ray Cowie paid tribute to Fahey's handling of Anna Pavlova before reflecting on her fine career.
Those concerns proved unfounded as Anna Pavlova, the 5-2 jointfavourite, wore down her market rival Ezima in the final furlong.
Anna Pavlova boasts a strike-rate of better than 50 per cent, scoring three times this season, twice recently in Listed company at Ascot and York over a mile and a half.
Worthy of her place in this higher grade, Anna Pavlova is also entered in next month's Irish Oaks at the Curragh, so she is fancied to relish the step up in trip and reward support for the fifth time in her short career.
Place the pavlova in preheated oven for 30 minutes.
NOTES: The traditional Australian pavlova looks much like a classic meringue but has a crisp surface and a soft, almost marshmallow-like interior.