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eBook Recipe for Life: The Autobiography download ISBN: 0718179021
Publisher: Michael Joseph Ltd; Unabridged edition edition (September 12, 2013)
Language: English
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This kindlebook of Recipe For Life; The Autobiography by Mary Berry contains information on both the early life, personal life details, and some details on the career life of Mary Berry. Her story is inspiring to me because she is a real life example on how it is possible for someone to carve out a career path for themselves that can transcend age and last for life.

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Her autobiography continues from those early years of her career through today. She has developed recipes for magazines, appeared on cooking shows on television and radio, taught cooking classes and published over 70 books on cooking and baking. She also tells about her courtship with Paul, her husband of fifty years, and their children. It is her spirit that makes Berry so engaging.

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From the moment she came into the world - two weeks early, throwing her parents'lives into disarray - Mary has gracefully but firmly done things her own way.

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Mary Berry is the nation's favourite baker and author of over 70 books. She was the much-loved judge on BBC TV Show The Great British Bake Off and has been teaching the nation to cook on TV and in her books for over four decades.

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From the moment she came into the world – two weeks early, throwing her parents’ lives into disarray – Mary has gracefully but firmly done things her own way. Born in 1935, in the city of Bath, Mary’s childhood was a curious mix of idyllic picnics and ramblings, and alarming air raids; of . Born in 1935, in the city of Bath, Mary’s childhood was a curious mix of idyllic picnics and ramblings, and alarming air raids; of a spirited and outdoorsy home life and a dreaded school existence. Recovery saw her turn to her one true passion – cookery.

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Peras
Mary Berry was brought up in Bath where her father was mayor. She is very frank about the fact that she was not a studious child and didn't do well in school. Her parents were worried about her and quite relieved when, as a teenager, she excelled in Home Economics classes. She went on to study what we now call hospitality management.

Her autobiography continues from those early years of her career through today. She has developed recipes for magazines, appeared on cooking shows on television and radio, taught cooking classes and published over 70 books on cooking and baking. She also tells about her courtship with Paul, her husband of fifty years, and their children.

It is her spirit that makes Berry so engaging. Although she has certainly known difficult times, she had polio as a child and one of her children died in an accident at 19, she kept moving forward. She is currently 81 and still open to new experiences. A very refreshing and inspiring person!
Roru
This kindlebook of Recipe For Life; The Autobiography by Mary Berry contains information on both the early life, personal life details, and some details on the career life of Mary Berry. Her story is inspiring to me because she is a real life example on how it is possible for someone to carve out a career path for themselves that can transcend age and last for life. This is because even if I won the lottery I’m both logically and intuitively aware that it is part of my purpose/destiny to work/be employed for the rest of my current lifetime and seeing real-life examples are both illuminative and encouraging to my soul/spirit. Some of the details in this kindlebook of Recipe For Life The Autobiography of Mary Berry; during her early formative years she spent much time outside, Mary Berry’s memories of a nanny who was far from the type of nanny similar to Mary Poppins in what sounds to be an aggressive way, some details on Mary Berry’s father service as a Chairman of Planning and later Mayor/being instrumental in establishing the University of Claverton Down, she explained how her paternal grandmother passed away by the time her father was two years old, details on how her parents met apparently at a mutual friends 21st birthday party, a recipe for ginger and treacle spiced traybake cake, a recipe for Mary Berry’s mother’s bread and butter pudding, a recipe for something called Canterbury tart, some of the work experience she arranged for herself such as working at a bakery, a butcher, and in the catering department at London Airport, one of her first holidays abroad was with her friends Sally R, Jane Harvey, Pip Aubrey,and much more.
Eseve
She is now called the UK's favorite grandmother. I have watched her on baking shows (The Great British Bake Off) and she is such a lady. She also shows that you can succeed without a university degree if you have talent, goals and direction -along with hard work. She didn't like school or do particularly well. She preferred sports.

Now reading her book which comes with a recipe at the end of each chapter. I finished reading about her family- she had good parents with talents of their own. Her father had been a major of Bath. Both enjoyed entertaining. It shows the influence of one's home and family.

The book goes through her life showing the choices she made in her career and her choices and friendships in her personal life. She is a very sociable person and has lots of friends. Not finished the book yet, but will continue to read about this very nice woman who is uniique and a great role model.
nailer
I loved the story that Mary has written about her life. She is the same on t.v. as she has lived-just a very nice ambitious kind lady. I would like to meet her in person. I hope she at least still does the master classes with Paul Hollywood. They are a perfect team. I have learned so much and started baking again. Also, I bought the Mary Berry Bakes book and have been trying out the recipes there too!
Louise Kelley
Monn
I really liked this book; I am surprised by how much. (I read Sue Perkin's book, too, and while I'm more LIKE Sue, I actually enjoyed reading Mary's book more.) I suspect it's related to living in the world of Mary's happy family and productive, growing career over the course of many decades.

Chapters are interspersed with recipes which I didn't read (ad she's not much for vegan foods).
grand star
I am a big fan of the Great British Bake off and this book just gave me more reasons to love the show. Mary Berry has had a very full life. She shares insights into her family life and gives lots of good adviced folded into a great read.
Gindian
This was a terrific read. I'm a fan of the British Bake Off Show and after watching several my interest was piqued to know more about the judges. This book delivers a wonderful window into Mary's life. She is so down to earth and has packed a lot into her 78 years.
After watching the Great British Baking Show,I wanted to know who Mary Berry was. This book answered all the questions. Quite a story