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US golf star Phil Mickelson proves a dab hand at the pavlova but reignites debate over its origin – Stuff.co.nz

The origins of pavlova have long been a trans-Tasman dispute and Phil Mickelson believes the dish was made by an Australian chef.

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American golf star Phil Mickelson has reignited the debate about the origins of pavlova.
For decades, Australia and New Zealand have argued over who invented the pavlova.
Mickelson, speaking ahead of this weeks Masters, shared his theory after recalling being served the dessert at the 2014 Champions Dinner, hosted by Australian Adam Scott.
Phil Mickelson has won three Masters titles.
Other golfers were confused as to what the dessert was but Mickelson was able to rattle off his version of its…

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