As television becomes our outreach to shows we have never seen before, we rejoice in finding quality entertainment. Some of the ones we like are British Mysteries. Pretty much we have discovered new ones to join our list of favorites and watch one daily. We set up the show, lean back with some snacks, and prepare for excellence.
The British film is recorded in a unique style. No car crashes or big shoot outs, but they delve into the team work between law enforcement, the people, excellent writing and film work. Incorporating the amazing scenery of the English countryside, it is a great watching.
In our Binge Watching, we watch Midsomer Murders, Endeavor, New Tricks and others with great anticipation.
America is guilty of fast food frenzy during this time. The drive in line to Chick-Fillet winds around, out of the parking lot, out to the adjoining street, turning out onto the main street. Dairy Queen is way busy, too.
But, the best show ever is the Great British Baking show.
If you are unfamiliar with this brilliance, watch one episode, just watch it. You will look at baked goods unlike ones you may have seen somewhere. The master bakers are Paul Hollywood (yes, that is his name), Mary Berry (yes, that is her name). Mary stepped down and was replaced by Prue Leith. All the judges are legendary for their baking, which they showcase on their Masterclass episodes.
This video is about 8 minutes long and well worth the watch. What the 12 amateur bakers can put together in time constraints is utterly awe inspiring.
Binge watching this British program meant inspired me to bake something unfamiliar, with unknown recipes. By golly, it was fun. I did not eat these creations; our gr-daughters made quick work of whatever I gave them.
Summer fruit baked Alaska...there is no way I would attempt this.
My beloved and I did not make quick work of it all. He grumbled. Oh well.
My offspring gave me this at Christmas
I cannot say that I have tackled some of these recipes. I can say that I tried to do a few simple ones. Oh, well.