Mary Berry's Family Sunday Lunches
By Mary Berry
Sunday lunch is one of the great British traditions and in Family Sunday Lunches Mary Berry brings together the classics and her own family favourites to create an invaluable all-year-round cookbook. Full of reliable and delicious recipes to suit cosy informal meals and show-stopping feasts for friends, this is more than just a Sunday roast book. Mary brings Sunday lunch right up to date and shares her springtime starters, autumnal fruit pies, slow-cooked casseroles and light summer salads - winter curries, garden buffets, moreish vegetarian meals and divine desserts are included, too. Mary hasn't forgotten the classic roast, though, and has fine-tuned the essential information for each and every one, as well as including all the traditional roast accompaniments - find out how to make the perfect Yorkshire puddings, homemade cranberry sauce and your very own knock-out stuffing.With prepare-ahead tips and Aga cooking instructions, Mary Berry's Family Sunday Lunches is an invaluable addition to every kitchen shelf.
Mary Berry's Christmas Collection
By Mary Berry
Let Mary solve all your Christmas troubles with this fabulous collection of her favourite Christmas recipes.Mary Berry's Christmas Collection combines time-honoured festive favourites with a variety of new and exciting dishes to spice up the season. By taking the traditional Christmas fare and giving it a twist, Mary adds sparkle to every celebration.Simple yet reliable recipes and Mary's handy hints will take the pressure off entertaining, whether it's for the big day itself, a Boxing Day crowd or an intimate New Year family gathering.With an invaluable Christmas Day countdown, sample menus, shopping lists and ever-popular tips on preparing ahead and freezing, this is the must-have companion to the festive season.
Mary Berry's New Aga Cookbook
By Mary Berry
Mary Berry, queen of cooking on the range, has written the first cookbook to bring Aga cookery up to date. Aga cuisine need no longer be confined to stews and casseroles. Mary Berry shows how to cook contemporary and delicious food such as grilled vegetables, Baked Thai Curry, and Filo Parcels with Ricotta and Spinach. The recipes are complemented with detailed introductory material that shows you how to get the very best from your Aga - whether a new convert or an established devotee - and with this book it can become the warming heart of your family kitchen.
Mary Berry's Stress-free Kitchen
By Mary Berry
For everyone who loves to welcome people into their home but never knows what to feed them. And for everyone who wants to enjoy cooking more and worry about it less, Mary Berry's STRESS-FREE KITCHEN is a must. From big buffet feasts, to impressive dinner party dishes, tea-time treats and comforting kitchen suppers, Mary has thought of everything. With clear step-by-step instructions and prepare-ahead tips, each recipe is simple to follow and delicious. Well known for her reliability and skill with traditional dishes, Mary also embraces exotic influences, so you'll find a recipe for Nasi Goreng alongside a Classic Crème Caramel. And with dishes like Little Smoked Haddock Fishcakes with Quails' Eggs among the 120 included, there are plenty of recipes to impress as well as many of her old favourites. With Mary Berry's STRESS-FREE KITCHEN, you can have the pleasure of entertaining family and friends without the worry.
The Man Who Ate the World
By Jay Rayner
'Nobody goes to restaurants for nutritional reasons. They go for experience, and what price a really top experience?'What price indeed? Fearlessly, and with huge wit and knowledge and verve, award-winning food writer Jay Rayner has searched the world for the perfect meal. Sparing neither his wallet nor his digestive system, he has been to places, met people and eaten things the rest of us can only fantasize about. From Las Vegas and London to Moscow and Tokyo, the result is an enormously entertaining and informative romp through the world's best - and worst - restaurants.