Pavlova -- essentially a big pile of meringue that is baked up and topped with whipped cream and fresh fruit.

Traditional Pavlova Recipe

Pavlova -- essentially a big pile of meringue that is baked up and topped with whipped cream and fresh fruit.

Summery kebabs - kiwi fruit and pineapple. Would also make a great splash of green and gold for your Australia Day BBQ!

Summery kebabs - kiwi fruit and pineapple. Would also make a great splash of green and gold for your Australia Day BBQ!

For a unique birthday cake, to celebrate Australia day, prepare a summer dessert, a Christmas dish or to welcome an overseas visitor Pavlova is the quintessential Australian dessert

For a unique birthday cake, to celebrate Australia day, prepare a summer dessert, a Christmas dish or to welcome an overseas visitor Pavlova is the quintessential Australian dessert

Australia Day Pavlova - Very Vanilla Pavlova with mixed berries and a Chantilly cream! Over the top YUM! #AustraliaDay #dessert #recipe

Australia Day Pavlova - Very Vanilla Pavlova with mixed berries and a Chantilly cream! Over the top YUM! #AustraliaDay #dessert #recipe


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Pavlova recipes first began appearing soon after Russian prima ballerina, Anna Pavlova, toured New Zealand in 1926. The dessert was obviously created in her honour! The first known published recipe was in E. Futter 1926 “Home Cookery for New Zealand”. By the early 1930′s Pavlova recipes were appearing regularly in New Zealand recipe books. Since that time the art of making golden high-rise Pavlovas has been a source of pride for New Zealand housewives.

Pavlova recipes first began appearing soon after Russian prima ballerina, Anna Pavlova, toured New Zealand in 1926. The dessert was obviously created in her honour! The first known published recipe was in E. Futter 1926 “Home Cookery for New Zealand”. By the early 1930′s Pavlova recipes were appearing regularly in New Zealand recipe books. Since that time the art of making golden high-rise Pavlovas has been a source of pride for New Zealand housewives.

Australia day snacks - watermelon and pinapple fruit cut with an Australia shaped cookie cutter. too clever.

Australia day snacks - watermelon and pinapple fruit cut with an Australia shaped cookie cutter. too clever.

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