Mary has shown us how to cook Sunday lunches, afternoon teas and dinner parties. Now, in the final episode of the series, it's a summer party.
Mary Berry shows us how to make easy and delicious meals for family and friends.She’s reliable and trusted recipes are as popular today as they’ve even been.
Mary has built her reputation for great family food by truly understanding the needs and wishes of Britain’s home cooks. She only uses easy-to-buy ingredients. She keeps her instructions straight-forward. And she instinctively knows what sort food we like to eat at home. In ‘Mary Berry Cooks’ this philosophy shines through in every recipe she cooks.
Mary Berry is throwing a casual weekday supper. With lots of clever tips for making life easy in the kitchen, she reveals dishes made for sharing around the kitchen table with a few close friends.
Mary Berry is cooking dishes for a family celebration and that means having enough to go round for a crowd of hungry guests. Mary makes cooking a buffet supper for a special occasion seem almost effortless,with recipes for beef and mushroom stew with mustard mash, salmon en croute with a foolproof salad, and chocolate and orange panna cotta. Plus her meringue tranche with berries and cream is guaranteed to impress your friends and family. Mary Berry Cooks -…
The star of the show is slow-roast shoulder of lamb with rosemary and paprika rub, served with the perfect combination of potatoes and vegetables.
Mary Berry is in her kitchen at home cooking her favourite food. With her trademark warmth and common sense, she takes viewers step by step through delicious recipes for everyday and special occasions.