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Mary Berry's Quick Cooking follows Mary as she explores some of the most exciting places that have mastered or inspired the very best of speedy cooking. This adventure takes her abroad to cities she's never visited before, along with places closer to home that we don't normally have access to. Entwined in these travels is Mary cooking some of her most delicious quick recipes that take no time at all - some in a kitchen and some perched on rooftops, in food trucks or tiny cafe kitchens.
Mary is heading to the hustle and bustle of Marrakech in Morocco. Immersing herself in the mayhem of the medina on a mission to explore every side of Moroccan cuisine, Mary is inspired by the aromatic flavours and smells and rustles up some quick dishes that make the most of them. From the mounds of olives and heady spices at the markets, to the slow-cooked tagines made in the heart of a family kitchen and the high-end delights of the country's greatest chef, Moha Fedal. In her own kitchen, she brings the fragrant flavours home cooking a speedy lamb tagine, a spicy carrot humus and a fresh summer salad.
Mary is off to join the Navy onboard one of its most powerful warships, the HMS Defender, to learn how they turn out hundreds of meals a day against the clock and on a tight budget. Whilst the crew run a war-training exercise on board the ship, Mary heads to the galley to see if she can help the kitchen team with the mammoth task of prepping, cooking and serving 240 meals from scratch in just 75 minutes. Known as ‘action messing' Mary is really cooking against the clock.
In her own kitchen, Mary creates dishes inspired by her experience at sea - a tempting crumble fish pie, special cauliflower soup and moreish mini sausage rolls.
Mary is out in London's West End. The area attracts millions of visitors each year and Mary is joining them to seek out the secrets of getting busy people fed quickly and well.
Mary is given an access-all-areas pass at Heathrow airport to see what is needed to keep one of the busiest airports in the world fed and running smoothly.
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