Monday, December 7, 2015

Pavlova Perfection....

note:  the music player on my blog has taken on a life of it's own,
I have deleted the entire program but it continues to be there.
please forgive this nonsense, I have a new computer and I'll get someone professional
to re-configure the blog so the music is removed entirely until I can make it work properly.
WikPlayer is the name of the program, there is only a Facebook page and many people are complaining about the same problems:  ads playing over the music.

have any of you thought about
or actually MADE
a Pavlova for dessert?

Ok, now you can do it for the holiday.

& if you don't know what a Pavlova is and are wondering...
please click here to see more beautiful photos & the recipe...

it's beautifully simple and your guest's will DIE over it.



Vannessa@Luxuria said...

I've always shied away from making this gorgeous dessert. But I was just pondering what to do for a dinner party I have coming up; and now I am inspired xx

Marsha Splenderosa said...

Vannessa, it's really pretty easy. Try it before the party.

La Petite Gallery said...

This looks divine, and I will give it a shot for Christmas Eve
Thank you so much Marsh.
Merry Christmas. Renee and I are going to Boston for a few days shopping and the Boston Pops Isabella Gardner Museum and Fine arts, Eating in the North End. I wanted to Take her to the Famous Locke Obers, but they closed. It was the oldest
elegant place on Boston.

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

Yum ..... one of my favourites Marsha ..... Nigella made a lemon one on her programme last night that looked amazing too. XXXX

La Contessa said... it!

PS.Your music is a man talking about charging the THIN CHARGER!!!IT's a commercial.......NO MUSICA!!!!
You need to turn it OFF!!!

La Contessa said...


PS. Your music is a commercial about charging a thin charger!!!Has been for awhile now............XO

Anonymous said...

Pavlovas are something we make a lot in Australia ............ so the secret is a very low oven, if you have fan forced turn off the fan - bake long and slow.
Another spectacular pavlova presentation is to make two flat pavlovas (draw around a dinner plate on the baking paper and spit the mixture into two,shape the pass using the circles). When they are baked put whipped cream and mixed berries on top of one(the least successful one) and layer the other pav on top - top with cream and berries - looks amazing and very festive!! good luck!