An everyday classic that always goes down well. I like to serve a large, family-sized version of the pudding and spoon or cut it into squares to serve.
Crisp layered pastry over a gorgeous creamy filling, this is pure comfort food.
Mary shows us how to make a delicously rich pasta dish.
This smooth and creamy cheesecake is delicious.
Homemade pizza tastes wonderful. Give Mary's a go for a special supper that will please everyone.
In this recipe Mary shows us a simple recipe, perfect for feeding a crowd.
Mary Berry's Beef & Ale Stew with Dumplings | Lakeland Blog
A classic version of sticky toffee pud – some versions put sauce on the bottom too – but it doesn’t need it. Serve with extra cream or ice cream.
Serve this with a big pile of wintery greens, such as Savoy cabbage. Optional chilli flakes will counter the maple sweetness.
We love a lamb shank and they love flageolets – small pale green dried beans that have a fine flavour. Put them together with herbs, spices, veg and stock and you have a supper to relish – everyone has their own mini-joint. This does need a long cooking time, but it’s not much trouble to prepare and it’s well worth it. The shanks are done when the meat has shrunk well back from the bone.