iry meringue, light Chantilly cream, and fresh berries – if there is a dessert that’s defying the gravity – it’s Pavlova! Light as air, inspired by the famous Russian prima ballerina Anna Pavlova, this dessert was created (according to the legend) by the nameless pastry chef in honor of Pavlova during one of her Australian and New Zealand tours at the beginning of the 20th century.
runus cerasus, AKA sour cherry is thought to have originated as a natural hybrid between sweet cherry and dwarf cherry in the Persian Plateau or Eastern Europe, where the two species come into contact.
pple strudel is a traditional Viennese pastry, popular in Austria and all the other countries of former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. The word strudel means “swirl” in German because it is made so that phyllo dough is rolled around the filling.