Mary Berry's Traditional Puddings and Desserts

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Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2011 - Cooking - 256 pages
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A delicious collection of easy-to-follow dessert and pudding recipes from one of the best-known cookery writers in the UK, Mary Berry

There is nothing more tantalizing than a fruit tart in the summer, a decadent chocolate gateau in the winter, and a good sticky toffee pudding any time you like.

Using her expertise of traditional family cooking, Mary Berry shows how to make over 160 puddings and desserts, from old favourites, to variations on classic recipes and new mouth-watering ideas.

Choose from a variety of pies, tarts, cakes, meringues, sorbets and ice creams. A visual recipe chooser makes it easy for you to select a dish to suit your mood. Tips and techniques, such as how to make a pastry and decorate with chocolate, will help you hone your skills to perfection. Plus, preparation tips enable you to save time in the kitchen. Essential for anyone who likes their meals to end with a real treat!

All recipes previously published in Mary Berry's Complete Cookbook. Mary Berry's Traditional Puddings and Desserts- now available in ebook(PDF) format.

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About the author (2011)

Mary Berry CBE is one of the UK's best-known and most respected cookery writers and television presenters, with over 70 books to her name and 6 million sales worldwide, including nine accompanying Thames Television series. Mary has also been a judge on popular BBC2 TV programme The Great British Bake Off, which is currently in its third series. An Aga specialist she ran celebrated Aga workshops and cookery courses from 1990 to 2006 and, with her daughter Annabel, has produced a best-selling range of salad dressings and sauces. In an article in BBC Good Food magazine (2010), she was voted by the public as the third favourite chef/cook for the most reliable recipes after Jamie Oliver and Delia Smith.

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