Top 10 Books by Mary Berry

 

A British food writer and television presenter, Mary Berry is one of the legends of the cooking industry. She hosted several cooking television shows for BBC, but her actual contribution lies in the 75 Merry Berry cooking books that she wrote and which were published, adding that extra layer of garnish to food around the world.

 

Mary Berry’s Baking Bible

One of the Mary Berry bestsellers, this book brings together all of the best recipes of Mary Berry provided for baking. Containing a total of 250 recipes in all it is, without doubt, the veritable bible for all baking related activity.

Read it For:
Read it for the rich knowledge that Mary Berry provides with the intricate little tips on how to bake and achieve perfection.
Don't Read it For:
Don’t count on any of the recipes to be the easiest thing that you have done in the kitchen, as each minute detail is important.
What makes this book stand out?:
The exceptional experience that Mary helps to impart through the book to the reader is extraordinary.

Mary Berry’s Cookery Course

United Kingdom’s favorite chef wrote an incredible book, which helps the reader to evolve while following it step by step. It helps the reader to go from being a new cook to a good cook to an expert in the kitchen.

Read it For:
It is the perfect book for beginners to learn how to cook and for old hands to help develop their skills and polish any aspect of their cookery skills.
Don't Read it For:
If you already are an expert in the arts of cookery, this book is definitely not for you.
What makes this book stand out?:
The slow and easy method in which Mary helps to encourage the development of budding cooks is inspirational and will have you in your kitchen trying out newer and newer things.

Mary Berry’s Complete Cookbook

A book that is a must-have for cooks everywhere; it is a literal treasure trove of recipes and delicacies of every sort.

Read it For:
Read it for the recipes packed with fresh ingredients that help you to cook in the least amount of time imaginable.
Don't Read it For:
Don’t read it if you are a complete novice. In that case, you are better off developing your skills before trying this book.
What makes this book stand out?:
It helps to add flavors to the imagination through the description of the procedures.

Mary Berry Cooks

The title tells you what you already knew. A tie-in to her BBC2 television series, UK’s favorite cook invites you into her kitchen as she shares the secrets of her dishes for friends and family

Read it For:
The book features all the recipes from the show, as well as her menu for each occasion.
Don't Read it For:
Don’t read this if you are after her usual individualistically developed recipe style as the book tends to focus completely on the show.
What makes this book stand out?:
It stands out for the extraordinary way she presents the 100 simple recipes, which help you to make the perfect meal for all occasions.
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Mary Berry’s Christmas Collection

Mary Berry’s Christmas Collection brings together all her favorite Christmas recipes in new mouth-watering recipes. It is an excellent book for the happiest time of the year by the queen of the UK Kitchen.

Read it For:
One of Mary Berry’s best books, the combination of the old and the new as the book combines both and gives a selection making it easier for the reader to choose as per requirement.
Don't Read it For:
The book deals entirely with Christmas recipes and should be read only for those.
What makes this book stand out?:
It stands out for the practical and unfussy recipes she uses making cooking uncomplicated and fun.

Mary Berry Everyday

Mary Berry Everyday helps the readers to find on paper the recipes that she had created for her BBC series. 120 new recipes help the readers to cook what they had seen on television.

Read it For:
Read it for the sheer ability to cook the delectable dishes that only Mary can help conjure up.
Don't Read it For:
Don’t look for any recipe which was not broadcast on the series, as the book bases itself on the show.
What makes this book stand out?:
Delicious meals which can be made with a clever twist is the most outstanding feature of this book.

Mary Berry Cooks The Perfect

While seemingly just another cookery book, Mary Berry Cooks The Perfect is special for one of the most fundamental It helps the cook to identify which part one should primarily concentrate on to get the desired results.

Read it For:
Mary Berry identifies the crucial part of each recipe and demonstrates step by step how to get it right.
Don't Read it For:
The recipes here are not that easy and are not for the layperson.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book stands out for its ability to make the cook feel Mary is standing nearby and guiding them herself.

Mary Berry’s Supper For Friends

Mary Berry’s Supper For Friends is a book that takes a step back, and unwinds. With recipes and tips for cooking meals that are perfect for friends and are more relaxed the books departs from the tone of formal dining.

Read it For:
The book will help you cook the relaxed meals that you want to prepare for your friends as you chat and gossip over the table.
Don't Read it For:
Don’t expect anything to formal from this book.
What makes this book stand out?:
The simple laid back recipes makes for a relaxed atmosphere.

Mary Berry’s Family Sunday Lunches

Again a step away from formal dining, this book helps the reader to cook the meals which are perfect for large family lunches on Sunday. Be it the perfect lamb or that cake or pudding you wanted to make, this book provides it all in an informal and easy manner.

Read it For:
The Queen of Home Cooking herself trusts these recipes for her family. Need we say more?
Don't Read it For:
Don’t read it for formal dinners with meals of tiny portions.
What makes this book stand out?:
It stands out for its ability to provide the perfect Sunday atmosphere.

Mary Berry’s Desserts

This book focuses completely on the sweet tooth as Mary Berry provides the best recipes for cooking cakes, cookies, sorbets, puddings and pasties. It has over 200 amazing separate recipes

Read it For:
Read it and use it to satisfy all those sweet cravings you have needed to quench. It is the perfect book to satisfy all those guilty cravings.
Don't Read it For:
Don’t read it if you want to find anything savoury to eat. This book is not about that.
What makes this book stand out?:
The step-by-step photos and clear instructions help anyone to make these mouthwatering treats.

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