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KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

Posted by cat_mom (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 12, 13 at 13:53

...with Bourbon Whipped Cream. (cross-posted from home dec)

From Saturday; Summer Berry Pavlova with Bourbon Whipped Cream (courtesy of Alex Hitz's recipe in House Beautiful).

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We had a family dinner Saturday evening at our home, with DH's three DB's and their DW's (DH's sister and her husband were unable to make it, but we sent home some goodies for them to enjoy, too). The dinner was in honor of my dear late in-laws (we had some money from their homeowners insurance after finally selling their house last year, and we all agreed a family dinner together would be a great way to spend it).

We all had a wonderful time visiting, and reminiscing, as well as eating!

PS I picked the raspberries myself at a local farm!

This post was edited by cat_mom on Mon, Aug 12, 13 at 13:56


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

Oh my Cat, that looks luscious!


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

That looks incredible!

What a nice way to honor their memory.


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

That looks absolutely delicious! I've never seen pavlova before, but now I would love to try it.


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

That looks delicious!!

BTW--I can't figure out what KAW stands for???


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

KAW = Kitchen At Work


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

Thanks prickleypearcactus--couldn't figure that one out!


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

That's a work of art! Do you refrigerate it so the berries soften the meringue or eat it right away?


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

Thanks guys!!!

Has to be assembled just before serving. The meringue disks were made Wed-Th and then stored in an airtight container. I stewed the berries Sat morning-afternoon, and then whipped the cream.

Messy to cut up and serve, but oh so yummy!


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

J'adore pavlova! Yours looks beautiful. I saw this recipe in House Beautiful, and I did wonder how one cuts it.


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

I used a small (sandwich size?) serrated knife, but the Pavlova layers still crumbled, and mushed as I was cutting and serving it. Looked a lot less appetizing than the whole, LOL, but it still tasted divine! I'd imagine individual serving-size Pavlova(s) would be a heck of a lot less messy, but you can't deny the "wow factor" of the layered/large size--that's what grabbed my attention when I saw it in the magazine, too! :)


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

Beautiful. Yummmmm!


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Beautiful! Glad you had a nice time with relatives.


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ohhhhh,,,pretty :) I love KAW's. c


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

Lovely - and I bet it tasted as good as it looks!
I made a peach cobbler and was going to post but somehow it disappeared before I had a chance to take a picture!
Love the KAW or aka KIA for Kitchen in action!


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

You guys make me smile out loud! :)


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

This looks so impressive. I want to try it. Could you post a link or recipe, please.
Thank you.


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

Found it!

http://www.housebeautiful.com/kitchens/recipes/summer-berry-pavlova-recipe-0713


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RE: KAW: Summer Berry Pavlova...

Clickable link below

Here is a link that might be useful: Summer Berry Pavlova


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