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  • n. Plural form of pavlova.


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  • I recently discovered pavlovas, thanks to Martha Stewart.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Giving my angsty attitude toward gaudy displays of patriotism, I was pleased to find that pavlovas are not American at all.

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  • It is clear, though, that pavlovas were named after Russian ballet dancer, Anna Pavlova when she toured both New Zealand and Australia in 1926.

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  • Putting dubious food folklore aside, pavlovas are amazing because they are such a delicate artistry of contrasts.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Either use the crunchy-all-the-way-through basic meringue or a chewy-in-the-center version associated with traditional pavlovas, and top it off with whatever appeals.

    Easier-Than-Pie Meringue

  • Everyone pitched in: Aussie pop star Guy Sebastian the first winner of "Australian Idol" in 2003 performed; the embassy chef hand-made 500 mini-pavlovas for dessert; and the evening raised $70,000.

    A swell of good spirits

  • These pavlovas look and taste really special, but you can rustle them up in just a couple of minutes.

    Student cookbook: Quick passion fruit pavlovas

  • I proved to be a natural baker from charlottes to pavlovas, biscotties to pies.

    Ashley Van Buren: My Culinarification

  • I once made 4 pavlovas on the same day trying to find the perfect recipe...and I did!

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  • It's just whenever I'm surfing the net I'd suddenly have these bizarre cravings for donuts, pizza, chocolate chip cookies, afghan cookies, cheeseburgers, Gourdo's club (the most delicious club I've ever tasted!) and even pavlovas (I'm making you hungry, aren't I?).

    Archive 2007-10-01


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