Mary Berry's cookery series with a travel twist is available for air dates, recipes, locations, interviews, episode guide, and more

Mary Berry's cookery series with a travel twist is available for air dates, recipes, locations, inte

In 2022, Dame Mary will join forces with BBC2 and iPlayer to prepare recipes for your close friends and loved ones.

Dame Mary will offer us free dough-free recipes to be prepared from scratch that will work for big events as well as intimate dinners for two people. She''ll also share her expertise and explore how food can enliven communities and make a huge impact on our lives.

Dame Mary says this series is the ultimate guide for me. Whether you are preparing for a crowd or just for two, sharing recipes is always an absolute pleasure for me.

I''m enjoying seeing some spectacular parts of the country at special occasions, gatherings, and wonderful locations for this new series. I have always believed that the ideal method to spend time with family and friends is rather than using fresh home cooked foods, and now more than ever that''s so powerful.

So here''s all you need to know about...

Mary Berry: Cook & Share release date

From Wednesday September 7, the six-part series will be available on BBC2 and BBCiPlayer at 8pm. Keep an eye on this page and update with all US or international air dates.

Is Mary Berry''s Cook & Share trailer trailer?

There is no trailer for the film yet, but you may take a look at Dame Mary''s adventures in a first-look picture (see main image above). If a trailer is re-ordered, please paste it on this page.

Recipes & Share with Mary Berry, and what happens

Dame Mary enjoys sharing dishes she chooses to serve as she travels around the United Kingdom meeting those who come up for their meals, whether it be at a family event or a summer festival. Shell will be sharing recipes such as minted lamb casserole, tear and share bread, roasting-tin spiced chicken, eggy bread avocado and ham toasties, salted caramel cake, rocky road and chocolate truffle cake that are guaranteed to keep everyone happy. Mary will continue to cultivate and share with others once more.

Cook & Share with Dame Mary on Mary Berry''s Legacy

Dame Mary, 87, recounts why sharing is important to us.

"I''ve never been particularly adept at eating on my own," she says of the new series. I think it helps the conversation. I think that this has become more common in the past few years, because people have been experimenting and trying new recipes with, and everyone was locked down. That means you''ve got an appreciative audience to share the dishes with.

The first episode depicts you attending an Indian wedding. Was it an enjoyable experience? "Yes, the wedding absolutely amazed me. I was there getting a look behind the scenes and supporting the catering staff because there were hundreds of people there. The groom actually arrived on a white horse, and she was wearing a stunning red dress with the most impossible high heels. The next time I saw her after the ceremony, she was barefoot! Everything was incredible and amazing."

"I loved seeing a young man, Sam, and his father, who both developed a passion for things. I like people who love something, and seeing Sam making a living out of what comes naturally after spending time with his dad and scalloping as a kid."

"I met Scott, a Head Chef, who was so passionate about catering at Edgbaston Cricket Stadium. I really enjoyed seeing how he recruits his local local young cooks. I think that''s a good story because he sees the potential of local young cooks and also trusts them as well as the training at the school."

A lot of places you visit have a special meaning for you, including Scotland, where your mother came from. What she asked you for your best culinary advice? "Mum always planned ahead for a few days to reduce the cost and make the most of the ingredients. Its now something I always try to do that each week. For example, I would make twice as much gravy with the Sunday roast and serve it with sausages and fried onions.

You got to meet up with your granddaughter and her pals when you went to Edinburgh for the event. "Yes, it was wonderful seeing my granddaughter Abby and her friends at the Edinburgh Marathon. I remember the last one I saw when my son was 17 and he ran the London Marathon and I went to the pub afterwards with his friends who were all there with blisters on their feet! This time around, it was fantastic meeting abby''s friends who was drinking energy drinks and eating Rocky Road, believing that they were able to hold it back

Then, you introduce us to a variety of your own appetizers in the series that are ideal for partying. "I''ve chosen them because I believe they''re both professional and achievable. "They are not too complicated, but they''re very satisfying," says one person. I think food in the series is now somewhat formal. It''s mostly about sharing and passing it around. No special dishes are necessary and not so much pomp and ceremony. It''s also about gathering people."

Is there a range of special occasions on the market where you may find them? "My daughter Annabels is coming up for her Sunday lunch, and she will most likely have her family round. I''ll certainly be doing something like a couple of roast chickens, because they look after themselves and then I''ll choose gorgeous puds like my stunning Chocolate Truffle Dessert [which features in episode one, and I will just pop a candle in the middle!"

What your friends and family would prefer to share a meal with and what''s the best meal they have shared with you? "Every time my family is with me, I''m at my happiest." And it''s too complicated to name one meal! I love it when I''m being cooked for, and I appreciate whatever comes my way. It''s also the friendship that comes with it that makes sense."

Finally, the series will hopefully encourage us all to start whipping up some yummy dishes. What if you could share any culinary advice with a novice cook, what if they were? "Keep it simple, and keep it seasoned!"

Where will Mary Berry travel to?

In e Mary Berry will travel all over the United Kingdom to explore her mothers homeland of Scotland for a summer vacation (see our main picture) and exploring the ingredients available on the Dorsets Jurassic Coast. A day into the city of Birmingham, she will then sample some of her favorite locales to get some inspiration and ideas.

Mary Berry: Cook & Share episode guide

Here''s how to see our episode guide for which we''ll be updating every week, so make sure you check back...

Mary Berry is getting behind the scenes at a wonderful Indian wedding - she''ll be assisting the caterers on the menu from day to day. She''ll be adding a slew of her own tasty vegetables to the menu, including her beautiful Avocado, Beetroot, and Prawn Stack that can be easily scaled up to accommodate a crowd, and her triumphant Chocolate Truffle Dessert, a stunning, rich truffle center.

Maryalso travels to Bristol on Wednesday September 14 for her first job here when her son William was educated. It''s currently home to her granddaughter Grace, but she continues to check her hand at spray painting. One place special fromMarys past is a glass of wine, served with a mouthwatering Tuscan Chickenand Pear and Blueberry Galette. She''ll be sharing her own homemade Parsley Flatbreads with a generous generous generous generous generous generous generous offer.

On Wednesday, September 21, a seasoned cricketer arrives at Edgbaston cricket ground to prepare a tea to remember England cricketers. Jonny Bairstow and Ollie Pope test Mary at the wicket, making jumbo lentil rolls, and a very interesting brownie recipe.

On Tuesday, Mary explores the historic Jurassic Coastline in Dorset. Famous for its fossils and beautiful coastal towns, and of course delicious seafood. Along the way she sees her fishing father before her first scallop dive at the age of 14. Mary also explores the coast with her beautifulSalted Caramel Cake.

On Wednesday, Mary arrives at a festival in Oxfordshire where performers from theatre, music, and art gather together. While the actual chefs are, Mary gets a taste of what she has on the menu, and meets some diners to learn how to enjoy it. Her Two Roast Chickens with Scalloped Potatoes are also great for enjoying the festival. Sophie Ellis-Bextor is also invited to attend an event for a dinner, which includes fresh fruit and other fruits.

More about Mary Berry: Cook & Share

A service from Sidney Street, a branch of BanijayUK, was approved...

Karen Ross, a co-executive producer and CEO of Sidney Street, says: "We are so excited to be filming Mary doing what she does best". Inspiring the country to cook from scratch, sharing her amazing recipes and incredible knowledge. This delightful series will delight anyone looking to enter the kitchen, from the most experienced to a whole new generation of home cooks.

Mary, the BBC''s commissioning editor, says: "I am thankful she''s returned to the BBC to share her cooking passion and personal meaning" in a truly fantastic series.

Mary Berry: Cook & Share her new book

Mary Berry is an internationally known author of best-selling cookbooks (opens in a new tab) and there is a brand-new Cook and Share book that was published on September 1 2022 to accompany the BBC2 series.

It will include Marys cooking recommendations and photographs of every dish, as well as 100 fuss-free dishes to make for friends and relatives.

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