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Mary Berry Everyday Hardcover – 26 Jan 2017
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"Berry emboldens home cooks in this cookbook perfect for serving family, as well as entertaining." --Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Mary Berry is the nation's favourite baker and author of over 70 books, including the bestselling Mary Berry Cooks, Mary Berry's Absolute Favourites, Mary Berry At Home and Mary Berry’s Baking Bible. She was the much-loved judge on the BBC's The Great British Bake Off and has been teaching the nation to cook for over four decades.
Cordon Bleu trained in Paris, Mary began her career as a magazine cookery editor before publishing her first cookery book in 1966. Mary is also an AGA expert and taught AGA masterclasses for many years from her home with Lucy Young.
In 2009 Mary was awarded the highly coveted Guild of Food Writers Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2012 she was made a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
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There isn't a recipe from Mary berry's books that doesn't work right.
However I have had to change it to 3 stars because it is a struggle to read the recipes.
The font is small, faint and printed on pastel coloured paper. What a poor choice when many of Mary Berry's followers hade poor eye sight like me.
I had to buy an magnifying sheet but using takes away the pleasure of using the book.
Perhaps the editor coukd consider a larger black print version on white paper.
Whoever thought that up?
It might seem "trendy" to younger folks, but lots off us use reading glasses as it is without this added problem
Content ok, delivery first class, but the grey print means that the book itself is not good!
I have made over half of the recipes in the book now and am so pleased with the results. So is my husband!
The recipes are accessible and tasty - none of the pretentious stuff you might see on Masterchef - and the instructions are clear.
Meal times a la Mary are now a common feature
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