Mary Berry – Love to Cook 18 November 2021: Thursday on BBC Two

Series 1 Episode 2 of 6One of the greatest pleasures of food is that there are always ideas and ingredients to discover, and Mary never tires of exploring new ways to cook and eat.

Times are changing, and in recent years, the popularity of plant-based foods has grown immensely. In this episode, Mary meets father and son duo Mike and Joe of One Planet Pizza, who have turned their passion into a successful business. But can they convince Mary with a vegan take on scrambled eggs and a delicious vegan substitute for pulled pork?

Next stop for Mary is the restaurant Chishuru, run by Adejoke Bakare in the heart of the vibrant Brixton Market. There is no better introduction to a culture than through its food, and Mary takes her first ever bite of Nigerian cuisine.

For something sweet, Mary explores a pudding she has never seen before – mochi. Little Moons is the brainchild of siblings Howard and Vivenne, and they are keen to win Mary over with their rice-dough-covered ice cream.

Inspired by new flavours and cuisines, Mary cooks up four stand-out dishes of her own, using white miso in roasted duck legs and a pan-fried prawn dish that really tantalises the taste buds. Packed with seeds and nuts, Mary creates a Nordic loaf, paired perfectly with dill-pickled vegetables, and finishes with a contemporary take on a classic passion fruit tart.

Mary also shows us her favourite tips on how to store these new foods in a better way.

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