Mary Berry's Baking Bible: Over 250 Classic Recipes

Mary Berry's Baking Bible: Over 250 Classic Recipes

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ISBN13: 9781846077852
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This definitive collection from the undisputed queen of cakes brings together all of Mary Berry's most mouth-watering baking recipes in a beautifully packaged edition. Filled with 250 foolproof recipes, from the classic Victoria Sponge, Very Best Chocolate Cake and Hazelnut Meringue Cake to tempting muffins, scones and bread and butter pudding, this is the most comprehensive baking cookbook you'll ever need. Mary's easy-to-follow instructions and handy tips make it ideal for kitchen novices and more experienced cooks alike, and full-colour photographs and beautiful illustrations will guide you smoothly to baking success. Drawing on her years of experience to create recipes for cakes, breads and desserts, Mary Berry's Baking Bible will prove to be a timeless classic.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 400
Item Height 29 mm
Item Width 201 mm
Item Weight 1308 Gram
Product Dimensions 201 x 29 x 252
Publisher BBC Books
Format Illustrated | 400
Book Overview Mary Berry, queen of cakes and Great British Bake Off judge, presents 250 classic recipes - this is the only baking cookbook you'll ever need

Reliable and clear, a Mary Berry recipe would never let you down. --Mail on Sunday

After training at the Paris Cordon Bleu, Mary Berry started her career as cookery editor of Housewife and Ideal Home magazines. She is well known for her many television appearances, culminating in the BBC1 series Mary's Berry's Ultimate Cakes and Mary Berry at Home. One of Britain's foremost cookery writers, she often appears as a guest on BBC2's Saturday Kitchen, and has written over 40 cookery books. Mary Berry, cookery writing pioneer - The Times Reliable and clear, a Mary Berry recipe would never let you down - Mail on Sunday