Motivational Mary Berry Quotes And Sayings

Motivational Mary Berry Quotes And Sayings

Mary Berry Quotes:- Mary Berry (born 24 March 1935) is a British food writer, chef and television presenter. After being encouraged in domestic science classes at school, she studied catering and institutional management at college.

 

Inspirational Mary Berry Quotes

 

“I was always nervous before a television show, and I still am now. But ‘The Great British Bake Off’ is a happy show; there is no bad language, and although we do have drama, we deal with it calmly.”-Mary Berry

Inspirational Mary Berry Quotes

“Our aim is to get people to enjoy ‘Bake Off’ at home and for our bakers to enjoy what they are doing. We don’t want to catch them out. It’s a very happy occasion, and it’s about encouraging people to bake at home.”-Mary Berry

 

“All my grandchildren bake. On a Saturday, Annabel’s boys, Louis and Toby, always bake. Louis makes a chocolate cake, Toby makes banana or lemon drizzle. They’re 12 and 10, and they can do it totally on their own. My son’s twin girls, Abby and Grace, are 14; they make birthday cakes and like to do it on their own with Mum out of the way.”-Mary Berry

 

“I have no burning ambitions, and I can honestly say the thing I love most is ‘Bake Off.’ That will always come first.”-Mary Berry

 

“What a privilege and honor it has been to be part of seven years of magic in a tent – ‘The Great British Bake Off.'”-Mary Berry



“One of my first jobs was as a recipe tester for a PR agency. One week, the editor of ‘Housewife’ magazine called my boss and asked me to write a column – the cookery editor had gone away on a press trip. I was terrified.”-Mary Berry

 

“When I started, you had cochineal food coloring that would turn things pink, but you could never make it red. Now, red is no problem – and if you look at supermarket bakery sections since ‘Bake Off’ began, you can get everything.”-Mary Berry

 

Famous Mary Berry Quotes

 

“I won’t do ‘Strictly’ or any of those ghastly reality programs. ‘I’m a Celebrity’ would be the end. It makes me shudder.”-Mary Berry

 

“As parents are usually working, they haven’t time to teach children about cooking, and it’s a wilderness. They should be given healthy recipes – some standbys so that when they leave home, they don’t live on junk.”-Mary Berry

“I would serve a selection of cakes, scones, and small sandwiches for afternoon tea. High tea is usually served between 5 P.M. and 6 P.M., replacing an evening meal – it is more substantial.”-Mary Berry

 

“Making your Christmas cake in September is perfect, as too fresh a cake crumbles when cut.”-Mary Berry

 

“I was born in 1935, so I was quite young when the war started. I remember we were in Bath, and it was 1942. We went down into the cellar of our house, and when we came up, I remember seeing all the glass on the floor where all the windows had been shaken out by the bombs.”-Mary Berry

 

“I’m just very grateful that the media has been so kind to me because there’s nothing unusual about me. I’m just a mum and a granny who is teaching cookery on TV. Basically, I’m very ordinary.”-Mary Berry

 

“It helps to have a happy home life to keep up with your career.”-Mary Berry

“When you’re on the way up, you have to take all the jobs because bills have to be paid.”-Mary Berry

 

Best Mary Berry Quotes

 

“My husband is not in the slightest bit domesticated, but as the years go, by he’s getting better. He can make an excellent omelet.”-Mary Berry

 

“It’s so comforting to have a small piece of cake. Just one slice.”-Mary Berry

 

“The biscuit tin shouldn’t be handy – move it about a bit. Try to keep it out of the way.”-Mary Berry

 

“Without a doubt, without hesitation, I choose gardening over the gym. I can’t stand going to the gym. It doesn’t appeal to me at all. Give me gardening every time.”-Mary Berry

 

“I think the eating cake is very good for us, but it’s the size of the slice and how often you have it.”-Mary Berry

“My son is a tree surgeon and gets me a lovely tree. I like to put it up early, as I can’t wait for Christmas. We dress it with decorations that have been in the family for years.”-Mary Berry

 

“Life is all about sharing. If we are good at something, pass it on. That is the pleasure I get from teaching – whether it is television or books. We should all share.”-Mary Berry

 

“Many people think children must have chips. I don’t think any household should have a deep fat fryer.”-Mary Berry

 

“I grow herbs near the back door, and you can grow a wonderful selection of herbs and window boxes… My idea is that you should grow what you eat. There’s no point in growing something like celeriac – which is very difficult to grow – if you hate it.”-Mary Berry

 

Top Mary Berry Quotes

 

“I can’t pass a plant stall without feeling I must have one. But my greatest extravagance, I suppose, is roses. We’ve got masses.”-Mary Berry

 

“I think my father couldn’t wait to get home to his wife, but I don’t know if he was so keen on us children.”-Mary Berry

 

“It is something you can’t predict, and it is the huge sadness in your life, losing a child.”-Mary Berry

“I usually wear only a bit of pink lippy, but for TV, they add a few extra lashes to brighten my eyes and some color to my face, as, without it, I look pale and uninteresting.”-Mary Berry

 

“Before the start of each new series, I go shopping for my ‘Bake Off’ wardrobe. I’ve got increasingly confident with my look and now wear much more color than I did at the start.”-Mary Berry

 

“I wasn’t the brightest button in the class at school, but I enjoyed cooking and baking. I wasn’t clever enough at Maths O-level to get onto the cookery teaching course I really wanted to do, so I did a catering course instead.”-Mary Berry