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Naomi Goldsbrough 4h
I don’t know why I am surprised that you can buy egg whites in a carton, but I am! 🐓🐓🥚
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Dianne Brunton 5h
more brillant Geoinformatics group.. spot NZ 2/3
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Doc And The Frock 8h
Popping this here for the doubter. Scotland 1912.
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Dianne Brunton 5h
SNCS Auckland had a wonderful end of year party on Friday. I am so proud of this talented group of , , & Professional staff. Our competition was a blast again this year. Our won this year! Photos follow1/3
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Dianne Brunton 5h
shark attack..() and pavlova and then there is a classic pav - the best tasting of them all! 3/3
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Meg Campbell-Back 13h
When engineers decorate pt1. Civil & yep that's a roundabout, even has retaining on the side. Strawberries are stop signs. As usual not engaged until way too late 😂
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Southproud.co.nz 16h
Christmas dinner in New Zealand isn't complete without the Great Kiwi Pav! Slathered with lashings of full cream, strawberries & kiwifruit, Pavlova is a traditional fave! YUM 😋😋😋😋
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Errieda du Toit Dec 10
Looking back on Christmases past. My mom Inez so loved this pavlova I made for a family feast that I had a pavlova every Christmas since. This year I will make a special one in her memory.
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Yelena Furman Dec 6
Just now catching up w/ responding, but this seems to be perfectly timed w/ the previous post. Very much team Dost, etc. (despite Sonia ;), but they can afford to share the spotlight. I wrote this and you should read it ;) Read more women, of all centuries.
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PhytoBloom By Necton Dec 6
growing in our tubular PBRs for the first time!! 🤩👨🏻‍🔬💪 We love challenges, and this "sibling" is one of them!
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Yelena Furman Dec 6
on , a 19th-century "rediscovered" writer. 1 of my reading goals (I need to stop) is to read 19th-century Russ women writers, who have been so dominated by men on every syllabus and in everyone's head. For non-Russ speakers, there are now translations available.
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Seonaid Rafferty 19h
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Douglas Lawton Dec 12
Morning tea is such a good idea.
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Claudia Dec 6
Tried an Australian last night for the first time. What a delightful dessert - a meringue base and a whipped cream filling topped with fresh fruit slices. What's there not to love? 🥰🍰 Read a little more about the history of the Pavlova here ⬇️
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Donnybrook Fair Dec 12
A little dusting of magic for Christmas ✨ - our handmade pavlovas are back in store; the perfect partner to our range of fresh berries. What are you going to serve them with? 😋
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Ginger with Spice ⎪Food blogger Dec 6
Just whipping up some meringue to make pavlovas. Pavlova is great for when you've got all those leftover egg whites (proper eggnog style). 🤩 RECIPE:
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Cubery Dec 9
For the 3rd year running, have released their timely message around taking it easy on the roads this . But is a an effective vehicle to convey this message? Read our case study to find out -->
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Maurine Neiman 🐌 Dec 12
Survey shows parents drive more carefully carrying than their own child - Herald
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Sugarloaf Dec 11
A Christmas tree made of meringue, berries and a lot of love ❤️ A beautiful pavlova dessert for the holidays from the talented @zimt___zucker 🎅🏻🌟🎄❤️ Gorgeous!
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The Healthy Tart Dec 10
A wreath is the perfect make-ahead dessert for your Christmas dinner. It tastes fruity, is crunchy on the outside, but soft and fluffy on the inside. It was so easy to make in my new Kenwood Kmix 😍 Get the recipe at
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