Cook now, eat later?

(3 Posts)
Cardilover Wed 08-Jun-16 07:21:31

Has anyone tried the Mary Berry book 'Cook now, eat later'? Is it any good?
I am positively BANNED for buying any more cook books.... But if they are straightforward recipes that I can do for everyone before work that would be very handy.

Cookingongas Wed 08-Jun-16 19:31:59

No but as a fellow cookbook enthusiast I too want to know. I've only recently bought my first Mary berry book and love it so eager to buy this too grinblush

Purplerunner Wed 08-Jun-16 19:39:08

I have the book, and have cooked and enjoyed a fair few of the recipes.

However, the basic premise of the book "cook now, eat later" is a bit strange. In my head, I thought the recipes would mainly be things you could part prepare in advance, then finish off later. Some are but most are things you can reheat, or freeze once made, then later defrost and use.

Mary Berry is great though and the book is a good mixture of recipes, including plenty of baking and puddings grin

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