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Mary Berry's How To Cook: Easy Recipes And Foolproof Techniques

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Do you want to cook fantastic food, but feel your kitchen skills aren't up to scratch? Written by one of Britain's most popular cookery writers, this book helps you pick up fundamental techniques to create a range of delicious starters, mains, desserts and breads, taking you from start to finish, and explaining exactly what to do.
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published June 7th 2007 by Dorling Kindersley
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Andrea James
Jun 30, 2016 Andrea James rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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In an ear when even amateur food bloggers breezily feature sexy food on their not-for-profit personal blogs, food magazines go to great lengths with food stylists (and Photoshop!) to produce drool-worthy, cravetastic food porn and high brow cookbooks use moody, storyful pictures, Mary Berry's How to Cook photos do come across dated and somewhat unappetising.

The watercress and blue cheese variation of omelette in the very first recipe looks like an odd blob of eggy mess. The Tagliatelle Bolognes
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Feb 28, 2014 Ilana rated it it was amazing
A very useful book, even though you might pretend that you already know how to cook. A lot of tips for baking but also how to cook different veggies and how to use complicated tools to make your life easier.
Kathryn
Apr 20, 2014 Kathryn rated it it was amazing
Fabulous! Certainly helped improve my cooking
Thank you Mary Berry xx
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Mary Berry is an English food writer and television presenter. After being encouraged in domestic science classes at school, she went to college to study catering. She then moved to France at the age of 21 to study at Le Cordon Bleu school, before working in a number of cooking-related jobs.

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