Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Pavlova Wrap

Create a delicious and simple wrapping job.
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Who doesn't like Pavlova...that crispy sweet desert. This pavlova however comes in sheets like cling wrap, and especially meant for wrapping presents. One side is sticky, but hardens quickly, and so as to not actually hold itself to the actual gift.

Once the present ready to be opened, simply break off a piece of the pavlova and eat it, pass it around for the whole family to enjoy. No more need for scissors or tape, when wrapping. And no more huge mess of wrapping paper. As well it will slow down the kids from eating all their presents at once =)

Malcalypse, Sep 28 2001

Pavlova Recipe (and a great FAQ) http://www.explorat...recipe-pavlova.html
The part that's used in this idea (I think) is a meringue shell: beaten egg-whites mixed with sugar and browned in an oven. [jutta, Aug 18 2002]

Pavlova created by NZer http://www.christmas.com/worldview/NZ
third paragraph :-P [Helium, Aug 18 2002]

Originally invented in NZ http://expedition.b...Zealand/cuisine.htm
...so this one says [Helium, Aug 18 2002]

And more... http://nz.com/NZ/Cu...od/OriginOfPav.html
Similar recipes were found in NZ cookbooks as early as the 1920's. I will not be moved on this one. [Helium, Aug 18 2002]

New Zealand National Dessert http://www.geocitie...y/1857/pavlova.html
No fuzzy koalas in sight [Helium, Aug 18 2002]

Proof, if proof be need be, that I am right http://www.halfbake..._20someone_20French
[calum, Aug 18 2002]


finklestein, Sep 28 2001

       You obviously haven't seen kids on a sugar high. I thought Christmas was supposed to be a pleasant thing.
Helium, Sep 28 2001

       Picking the pine needles out of my teeth might get tedious.
RayfordSteele, Feb 21 2002

       What is pavlova? It sounds like Pavlov's sister...
StarChaser, Feb 21 2002

       Pavlova comes from Australia. Discuss.
smokeyjohnson, Aug 18 2002

       Australians will try to tell you that but it was actually created by a New Zealander. Ok finished discussing.
Helium, Aug 18 2002

       Pavlova was invented by Sylvain Pavlova of Paris in 1875. Originally from Marseille, the young Pavlova travelled to the capital to cook in the kitchen of legendary chef Olivier Benedict, a man whose work with eggs was internationally renowned. It was after the pair parted company that Pavlova invented his signature dish, though Benedict always maintained that they had created the dish together.
calum, Aug 18 2002

       Calum, thank you for that excellent example of the rantings and confused untruths that can occur from the mouths of those on a sugar high.
Helium, Aug 18 2002

       That's proof? And you call yourself a lawyer. ;-)
Helium, Aug 18 2002


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