BBC Orders Another Mary Berry Show After Her 'Great British Bake Off' Exit

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Mary Berry

BBC Two will air the six-part 'Mary Berry Everyday,' in which she will "celebrate the food and ingredients she turns to most."

The BBC has unveiled another show to be hosted by Mary Berry, who recently announced she would not return as a judge on The Great British Bake Off when the hit show moves to Channel 4.

BBC Two will air the six-part Mary Berry Everyday, produced by Endemol Shine Group's Sydney Street. The U.K. public broadcaster said the program would show Berry "celebrate the food and ingredients she turns to most as she proves that you don’t need an exotic larder or a chef’s repertoire to create delicious dishes every night of the week."

Added the BBC: "Across six tantalizing episodes and to celebrate some of the recipes that have formed the cornerstone of her cooking over six decades, Mary travels to her mother’s childhood home, Scotland, to enjoy their venison, salmon and whisky; dons a white suit to try her hand at bee-keeping in search of some delicious honey, a particular love of hers; pursues the history of the great British pie; and returns to her own childhood when she learns to milk a goat and make her own goat’s cheese."

The BBC previously unveiled six-part Shine-produced Mary Berry's Secrets From Britain's Great Houses, which will see the 81-year-old sample "the culinary histories of stately homes and create new recipes inspired by her visits."

The former Bake Off judge previously featured in two other BBC Two series, Mary Berry’s Absolute Favourites and Mary Berry’s Foolproof Cooking.

Fellow Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood recently said he would stay with the show in a three-year deal with Channel 4.

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