Mary Berry Biting Into Things

A loving homage to the bite of the Berry
Scenic Biscuits: Mary just *can’t* with Iain’s Wild West Scene right now.
She simply cannot.

Scenic Biscuits: Mary just *can’t* with Iain’s Wild West Scene right now.

She simply cannot.

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Floral neck-scarf?
Check
Exquisite tailored blazer?
Check
Ostentatious background foliage inappropriate for the season in which GBBO is shot yet quite appropriate for the season in which it airs?
Check
Bite set to ‘side’?
Check
Check so hard

Floral neck-scarf?

Check

Exquisite tailored blazer?

Check

Ostentatious background foliage inappropriate for the season in which GBBO is shot yet quite appropriate for the season in which it airs?

Check

Bite set to ‘side’?

Check

Check so hard

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Dessert Island Dish: 
RUM MONSTER

Dessert Island Dish: 

RUM MONSTER

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Choc-dipped Lemongrass and Gingerbread Biscuits: Harking back to her days as a striker for West Bromwich Albion, Mary gives us a bite of two halves here. Reminding us all of the inextricable connection between baking things in a tent, and sport.
Sensational.

Choc-dipped Lemongrass and Gingerbread Biscuits: Harking back to her days as a striker for West Bromwich Albion, Mary gives us a bite of two halves here. Reminding us all of the inextricable connection between baking things in a tent, and sport.

Sensational.

(Source: BBC)

[SUBMISSION] Mary Berry Love Song: A charming ditty written in ode to our keen-toothed heroine.

Rest assured that the relevant authorities have been informed and that the author no longer poses a threat to himself or others.

Thanks to @yeahbigjimmy for this one.

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Apricot & Pistachio Tiffin: It’s a well known fact that temperatures in the Bake Off tent can often plummet into minus figures. Such is the banality of the British Summer. Mary however, always one to look after the pennies, insists that the heating not be turned on, as her Winter Fuel Allowance barely covers the 4 tons of coal required to keep her AGA alive.
This attitude, whilst irksome for both contestants and production crew, does mean that we are treated to this wonderful example of the manual bite. Jaw muscles long-since seized up due to the arctic temperatures, Mary must instead move her chin up and down manually with her hand. This manoeuvre can often lack a certain elegance, but I think we’re all agreed that Mary pulls it off with aplomb.

Apricot & Pistachio Tiffin: It’s a well known fact that temperatures in the Bake Off tent can often plummet into minus figures. Such is the banality of the British Summer. Mary however, always one to look after the pennies, insists that the heating not be turned on, as her Winter Fuel Allowance barely covers the 4 tons of coal required to keep her AGA alive.

This attitude, whilst irksome for both contestants and production crew, does mean that we are treated to this wonderful example of the manual bite. Jaw muscles long-since seized up due to the arctic temperatures, Mary must instead move her chin up and down manually with her hand. This manoeuvre can often lack a certain elegance, but I think we’re all agreed that Mary pulls it off with aplomb.

(Source: BBC)

Breakfast Traybake: 
Breakfast - The most important bite of the day
Outstanding.

Breakfast Traybake: 

Breakfast - The most important bite of the day

Outstanding.

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Roasted Vegetable Filo Pie with Feta Cheese: Manners have never been Paul’s strong point. It’s not his fault of course. Growing up with 18 siblings in 1970s Liverpool would be enough to test even the meekest child. Let alone Paul. But such shortcomings simply do not cut the mustard Hermès neck-scarf in Berry’s book.
Without so much as a thought for his judging partner, Paul cuts himself a hearty slice of pastry and sets about shovelling it into his sheriff-bearded pie-hole. However, in a spectacular display of tough love and agility, our heroine snatches the filo from under his nose at the very last moment - quick-as-a-flash. Leaving the baker chewing on his own, doughy fingers. Just desserts indeed [sic].
Sue can’t believe her eyes.

Roasted Vegetable Filo Pie with Feta Cheese: Manners have never been Paul’s strong point. It’s not his fault of course. Growing up with 18 siblings in 1970s Liverpool would be enough to test even the meekest child. Let alone Paul. But such shortcomings simply do not cut the mustard Hermès neck-scarf in Berry’s book.

Without so much as a thought for his judging partner, Paul cuts himself a hearty slice of pastry and sets about shovelling it into his sheriff-bearded pie-hole. However, in a spectacular display of tough love and agility, our heroine snatches the filo from under his nose at the very last moment - quick-as-a-flash. Leaving the baker chewing on his own, doughy fingers. Just desserts indeed [sic].

Sue can’t believe her eyes.

(Source: BBC)