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Mary Berry's Family Sunday Lunches

By Mary Berry

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Over 150 new Sunday lunch recipes from the queen of home cooking

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.

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  • ISBN: 9780755360901
  • Publication date: 01 Sep 2011
  • Page count: 240
  • Imprint: Headline Home
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