Today I'm home waiting for my two Mary Berry books, to hit the front porch. Because if I'm going to learn pastry, I'm going to learn it from the best.
Here is a Master Class with Mary and Paul, making Mary's Lemon Tart, which is on my list of must bakes.
Hope your books come today!ReplyDelete
Thanks. They did.Delete
What time should I be round? LOLReplyDelete
Any time is good. We always have something. Did you ever meet Mary Berry through the events you have been too?Delete
Lemon tarts? Yum!ReplyDelete
Lemon is yum.Delete
we don't really have big cookbooks here, so I can only imagine what fun it is holding it, reading it, using it...ReplyDelete
I have to order some of mine from the UK. Costs more but it is worth it to me. Do you have that option?Delete
twould be awfully expensive ordering anything from abroad. And sending too. I once sent a book to a friend at the Philippines and the postage cost me more than the bookDelete
That stinks. I wish the post was not so high.Delete
Happy pastry-making! :)ReplyDelete
Oh...so much fun! It's always exciting to receive new books. Great video. Lemon tarts are yummy.ReplyDelete
Have a super day, Wonder Woman!
Dod you ever watch The Great British Bake Off?Delete
Don't know who these people are but I do know what a lemon tart is.ReplyDelete
When should I come over to help eat the practice tarts !
Daughter made a wonderful , vegan I think, lemon tart a few months back.... it was so good !
Mary and Paul are two of the best in the bake business. Yum on your daughter's lemon tart. Nothing like a refreshing dessert.Delete
It's always best to learn from the best! Happy learning!ReplyDelete
It was great to see pictures on your recent post.Delete
Have fun baking!ReplyDelete
She has a maple cake. That will be fun to bake.Delete
I'll think I'll just eat the delicious pastries made by other people. Have fun with the new books.ReplyDelete
Thanks. And as a bonus, no annoying prolouge to skip. Woohoo.Delete
I hope you are enjoying your new cookbook! :)ReplyDelete
I am. Thanks.Delete