These words are read often in our home at bed time from the story "The Little Blue Duck". To Kaea I guess the pav has been a mystery and a promise that one day we would make one.
And so we finally made one as a contribution to our Kiwi Dinner to celebrate the World Cup Rugby Final.
For every game the All Blacks played we dined on the delights of the "other" team. From savoury crepes, and fruit tarts, to turkey sandwiches, pecan pie and pancakes, to takeaways (we had those when we played Tonga!).
|We beat the egg whites and sugar for 10 minutes as suggested by a few Pavlova websites.|
|We also built walls up around the outside to stop the flat Pav thing from happening.|
Kaea was in charge of the eggs. "We whipped and we beat till the white of the eggs were perfectly peaked". The funniest part of our pav making was when Kaea asked to go and find a cow to milk so we could make the cream. We explained that we would go to the supermarket for cream.... to which she replied "To find a cow".
The outcome of our pav was somewhat like the game really..... a bit touch and go but overall pretty sweet!