Mary Berry's Family Sunday Lunches

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Press: Headline; 1st Ed. edition (November 29, 2011)
Publication Date:2011-8
Author Name:Berry, Mary


Mary Berry's latest book celebrates the Sunday lunch. 
With over 150 delicious new recipes, the queen of home cooking shows you how to roast the perfect joint, bake the most scrumptious pudding and prepare a long lunch in all seasons.
From slow-cooked casseroles to light summer salads, Mary Berry's tried and tested recipes are classics you can trust.
She includes all the traditional Sunday lunch recipes, including how to make the perfect Yorkshire pudding, and brings the Sunday lunch up to date with fun and new ways to delight and feed family and friends.
Beautifully packaged with mouth-watering photos, this is a must for food lovers and Mary Berry fans.

About the Author

Mary Berry is well known as the author of more than sixty cookery books, including her bestselling Aga book. 
She has presented several television cookery series and is a judge on 'The Great British Bake Off'.
She contributes to radio programmes and cookery magazines, and is loved for her practical and unfussy approach to preparing and serving food.
She gives many demonstrations around the country and when at home loves being with her family and tending to her lovely garden, her other great passion.


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Comment List (Total:6)

  •     Mary is such a wonderful chef. Her recipes are clear cut and easy. But incredients are stated in metric system.
  •     I've made quite a number of dishes from this cookbook, from the appetizers, to a roast, to the cold buffet items. I like that many of the recipes utilize minimal ingredients, but effective in taste for the entire family. They are very British dishes, but not 'pub' dishes, which most people equate with British cooking. They are nice and light and fantastic to make for Sunday or even Saturday night!
  •     So far, I have tried three recipes from this book and every one of them has been fabulous -- better than anything I have cooked before. Really -- I couldn't believe how delicious things turned out. I learned of the book when visiting friends in England last spring. It has been very easy to use here in the USA, even if I have been "guessing" (incorrectly as it turns out) at the conversion of Celsius to Fahrenheit. I thought I was finished buying cookbooks because I have so many. Right now, I would trade all of them for this one.
  •     Great Birthday gift for my mom.
  •     My first non baking book by Mary Berry. Recipes are easy to follow and do not require many ingredients. The meals really are the kind I like to do on Sunday (when my girlfriend and I take a pause from the weeks activities and sit down to a nice meal with wine on china plates just for two).This book is for preparing home meals, not replicating the dining experience at Les Halles. There are plenty of books for that. This won't challenge an experienced cook but it does provide good recipes that bring me back to childhood weekends when the smells from the kitchen would make make me feel good.Mary is not only the queen of baking (though she is that)!
  •     Great book with tons of suggestions - takes me right back to my days growing up in Yorkshire and the school recipes and grandparent recipes I learnt as a child. Nice to have them all so elegantly written up and illustrated. Look forward to passing them on to my children and grandchildren.

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