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Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking

  • Season 1
  • 6 episodes
  • Food
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Episode 4: Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking

Summary

The Great British Bake Off judge prepares a selection of dishes perfect for families, preparing a simple and easy herb flatbread and enlisting the help of two of her older granddaughters to make a chicken and bacon lattice pie. Mary then moves on to a light tuna salad with avocado and lemon mustard dressing and is joined by her grandsons to make cranberry and coconut energy bars. Her final two dishes are ideal for a stress-free Sunday lunch, featuring butterflied leg of lamb, and honeycomb ice-cream.
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Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Although Mary Berry says these recipes are for when you want to show off, they’re still wonderfully straightforward. She even gets her cherubic grandchildren to make flatbreads, energy bars and chicken pie, which proves how simple the recipes are. Mind you, one of her grandsons could be a TV chef himself, judging by the self-assured way he recognises ingredients and critiques the finished dish.

“If this isn’t foolproof, I don’t know what is,” says Mary, whipping up a scrumptious-looking honeycomb ice cream (without the aid of a small child this time) that’s even better than the condensed milk sandwiches Mary loved as a youngster.

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  • Episode 4

    Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking

    Summary

    The Great British Bake Off judge prepares a selection of dishes perfect for families, preparing a simple and easy herb flatbread and enlisting the help of two of her older granddaughters to make a chicken and bacon lattice pie. Mary then moves on to a light tuna salad with avocado and lemon mustard dressing and is joined by her grandsons to make cranberry and coconut energy bars. Her final two dishes are ideal for a stress-free Sunday lunch, featuring butterflied leg of lamb, and honeycomb ice-cream.
    Recommended

    Review

    Rating: 3 out of 5.

    Although Mary Berry says these recipes are for when you want to show off, they’re still wonderfully straightforward. She even gets her cherubic grandchildren to make flatbreads, energy bars and chicken pie, which proves how simple the recipes are. Mind you, one of her grandsons could be a TV chef himself, judging by the self-assured way he recognises ingredients and critiques the finished dish.

    “If this isn’t foolproof, I don’t know what is,” says Mary, whipping up a scrumptious-looking honeycomb ice cream (without the aid of a small child this time) that’s even better than the condensed milk sandwiches Mary loved as a youngster.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    PresenterMary Berry

    Crew

    rolename
    Executive editorKaren Ross
    Series directorDavid Ambler
    Series producerEmma Boswell

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