corner view–favorite plate

A dessert of course!!
a dear friend gifted me with this dessert one day.    It’s a Pavlova and it’s delicious! 
There was no specific reason why she brought it over for me and my family, except that she’s Australian and she knows that I love it.  It’s one of those desserts that just brings back memories of my days as a boarder in Australia.  I will always be grateful for those Australian families that took me in and cared for me like their own.  #forevergrateful 
You can find the recipe here, although with recipes there are many variations on the internet.  I’ve shared the one that I use.
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likeschocolate said...

Seriously Yummy! I am going to make this!

Tera said...

My favorite dessert and so far a traditional Valentine's dessert. New tradition.

Menthe Blanche said...

I have heard of this Australian dessert but I never had the opportunity to taste it....when I see your photos, I want to taste it NOW!!! ;)

jgy said...

What a sweet friend, and dish! The feeling of the icing dripping is wild that it feels like its in real-time in the amazing photos!!

Francesca said...

mmm, do i spy meringue? i love meringue! though it makes me very sad that i've never been able to bake it successfully :(

Kari said...

yes Francesca, if you like meringue's then this is the dessert!

♥ tinyWOOLF ♥ said...

a pavlova is one of the best desserts there are. it was nigella who actually introduced me to the sweetness. of course, we have our merveilleux, small pavlova's if you like, a little different, but plenty of beaten and baked meringue and cream to go around. heaven!
on grabbing a coffee, sure! i'll remind you of the date a little sooner to popping over. it'll be lovely... ! thxs, n♥

karyn said...

Yum - that looks fabulous! It's funny you should mention that it was an Australian who first introduced you to the glories of the pavlova because there has been a friendly debate between Australians and New Zealanders for years about which country the pavlova actually originated from. Australians swear it was Australia and New Zealanders swear it was New Zealand. I am a New Zealander but I have to confess I don't know which country came up with the idea first and I don't really care - all I know is that pavlova is one of my all-time favourite desserts - Karyn (Eliza's Dream)

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