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Mary Berry Everyday

  • Season 1
  • 6 episodes
  • Food

Summary

Mary Berry celebrates the everyday food and ingredients she has always loved to cook.

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Episode 5: Feeding the Family

Summary

The food writer shares ideas to make everyday family meals special with no-fuss dishes and also tries her hand at milking a goat before showing her granddaughter how to make her own goat's cheese for a family picnic.
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Review

Rating: 4 out of 5.

A sunlit summer lawn. Kids running in and out of a sprinkler. A family game of croquet. The backdrop for this week’s edition looks as coolly idyllic as a Boden advert, while Mary produces dishes for her family that add to the general, English loveliness.

The recipes themselves look great, particularly a sort of melanzane/lasagne hybrid, but even if you don’t attempt them there are tips along the way to make a mental note of.

Pre-soaking your sheets of pasta, for instance, or heating the milk first before adding it to a white sauce. And one very Mary idea: add honey to strips of chicken you’re frying and they’ll brown quicker and not be overcooked. Cunning.

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PresenterMary Berry

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Executive producerKaren Ross
Series directorDavid Crerar
Series producerEmma Boswell

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  • Episode 5

    Feeding the Family

    Summary

    The food writer shares ideas to make everyday family meals special with no-fuss dishes and also tries her hand at milking a goat before showing her granddaughter how to make her own goat's cheese for a family picnic.
    Recommended

    Review

    Rating: 4 out of 5.

    A sunlit summer lawn. Kids running in and out of a sprinkler. A family game of croquet. The backdrop for this week’s edition looks as coolly idyllic as a Boden advert, while Mary produces dishes for her family that add to the general, English loveliness.

    The recipes themselves look great, particularly a sort of melanzane/lasagne hybrid, but even if you don’t attempt them there are tips along the way to make a mental note of.

    Pre-soaking your sheets of pasta, for instance, or heating the milk first before adding it to a white sauce. And one very Mary idea: add honey to strips of chicken you’re frying and they’ll brown quicker and not be overcooked. Cunning.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    PresenterMary Berry

    Crew

    rolename
    Executive producerKaren Ross
    Series directorDavid Crerar
    Series producerEmma Boswell

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