Who invented the pavlova?

Who invented the Pavlova?

The Kiwis claim that New Zealand did, Aussies reckon it's there's. Both countries love eating this delicious cake around Christmas time topped with yummy summer fruits.⁠

After a lot of research (and not enough cake testing), we decided to give it to our Kiwi neighbours and included the Pavlova card in our Explore New Zealand Flashcard set. ⁠

At least the Aussies have the Lamington, or do we??? 😕⁠

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