"Pavlova" is a traditional Australian and new Zealand dessert. It is prepared and served at every occasion including weddings, engagements and other family events. Like any popular dish, this dessert has many variations. Dessert "Pavlova" is made in all the large restaurants in the world, it adorns the tables of the most fashionable cafes. In 1926, the great Russian ballerina, toured Australia and New Zealand, presenting its dance of local people and long remained in their memory. Australian Herbert Sachs, the chef of the hotel "Esplanade" invented this dessert in 1935 and named it in honor of Pavlova. Four years after the death of a ballerina. Now the words "the Pavlova cake" is understandable to all and the exact cause of the Association, as is still the word "pizza". Only the accent English people put all the wrong places, "On". Little bit sorry about the ballerina know not all now...