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The Corpse Revivier  ¾ oz gin (I suggest Plymouth’s)   ¾ oz Cointreau  ¾ oz Lillet Blanc (available in good liquor stores)  ¾ oz lemon juice  1 or 2 drops of Pernod, Ricard, or absinthe - or any other pastis (anise-flavored liqueur)  1 stemless cherry for garnish (optional)

The Corpse Revivier ¾ oz gin (I suggest Plymouth’s) ¾ oz Cointreau ¾ oz Lillet Blanc (available in good liquor stores) ¾ oz lemon juice 1 or 2 drops of Pernod, Ricard, or absinthe - or any other pastis (anise-flavored liqueur) 1 stemless cherry for garnish (optional)

Pavlova. Looks beautiful.  Contains cream and meringue. I think this might be in the top 3. (I only need 2-3 desserts!)

Pavlova

Pavlova. Looks beautiful. Contains cream and meringue. I think this might be in the top 3. (I only need 2-3 desserts!)

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