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Queen of cakes Mary Berry joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones to talk about classic recipes and answer viewers' questions.


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Hello and welcome to

the The One Show with Alex Jones...

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And Matt Baker.

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Tonight, we've got

the perfect ingredient

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for a pancake day treat...

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Because there's nothing our guest

doesn't know about making puddings.

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Isn't that right? I'm going to get

cooking because I'm going to have a

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go at making our guest out of the

pancake. Here we go! So... Here we

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go. Get the eyes in to start with,

then the nose, mouth and chin, then

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the hair, we have two speed it up

because it is live telly. Get all

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the skin in and we are almost there,

turn up the heat, get this bachelor

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and flip it over, it's Mary Berry!

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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How are you? What did you think of

that question I want to see it

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again, it was amazing!

Hang on, hang

on, before everyone gets excited, a

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slight spoiler, Matt didn't really

make that, it's the work of Nathan

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Shields, who has also done Martin

Luther King and Michael Jackson.

In

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great company!

Yes. You will be

pleased to know I had been making

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your recipe vote drop scones.

Or

Scotch pancakes.

Here I am mixing it

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all together into the pan, a very

hot pan. I've come along since the

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Christmas special! I've dressed it.

A bit of... What is that called?

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Treacle?

LAUGHTER

You can put whatever you like on

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them.

Here it is. Don't feel

pressured to taste it, but you can.

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Do you want a cooked bit?

Matthew!

There you go, Mary, that might be

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all right. Only kidding! Seriously,

I'm only kidding.

Come on, now.

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Matt, just eat it.

Put the orange on

there?

Yes, deranged best.

Did you

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follow the recipe?

Absolutely, from

your book.

Children to make these,

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grown-ups can make them, you need

very few ingredients.

If I can make

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them, you can make them!

LAUGHTER

In a nonstick frying pan, you don't

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need a griddle.

Exactly. What are

you doing?

It's nice!

Don't you be

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rude, it is delicious.

I hate him!

When it comes to traditional

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pancakes, some people have put the

effort in. Don't know if you have

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seen the rainbow pancakes in the

newspaper?

I love a classic pancake,

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with sugar and lemon, perfect. Or

Scotch pancakes.

Shall we go on then

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not bother?

I'm not keen on the

other ones. We have a wobbly

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pancake, a Japanese recipe.

It looks

a bit solid.

It does, not for me.

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And a pancake burger. The burger are

not pancakes, they are cookies, and

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some icing. The pancakes are the

buns.

Different.

More on those

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recipes a little later, and if you

are cooking something now, a

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classical something new you need

help with, e-mail a picture of

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yourself and the dish, what ever

state it is in along with your

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question and we will put them to

Mary later.

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And you could ask Mary some

questions. Send your contact number,

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and who knows, you might even get

the chance to Dial M for Mary and

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speak to her Asos, Asda and Waitrose

at the end of the shows.

We will be

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inundated, won't we?

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Every week we've been talking

about the companies who've been

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making big and bold claims to go

plastic free, now we're about to

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find out how its being done.

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The first supermarket to announce

changes to their own brand

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packaging was Iceland,

and with the retailer

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to launch their first

of their new products soon,

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Lucy's been to Iceland to give

them the once over.

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Rolling off the production line, a

range of kids ready meals set to hit

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the shelves of Iceland stores later

this month. But the small meals have

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a big significance. They are among

the first products to be part of the

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company's plastic free promise. The

supermarket is aiming to end the use

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of plastic trays for its ready meals

by the end of this year, and has

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pledged to be completely plastic

free for all of its own brand

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products by 2023.

But I want to know, is this a

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promise they can actually keep or

just another headline grabbing

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story? I have come to Iceland HQ in

Deeside to meet the managing

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director Richard Walker in bed of

element kitchens. So what prompted

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the decision to go plastic free?

Personally I must suffer. I've

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noticed over the years more and more

plastics in the ocean environment.

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As a retailer, is a leading

contributor of plastic packaging, we

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need to stand up and recognise our

response ability here.

Where are we

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at and what are you doing?

These

black trays, we produce 100 million

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of these every year. In the last 12

months we have been working on a

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different type of trade, made from a

wooden board.

It looks quite shiny.

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Exactly. You still have the plastic

lamination on the tray. We are

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working on a water-based coating

that will totally eliminate all of

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the plastic from this trade.

Although the trays plastic free,

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Richard assures me it can be easily

recycled.

Some people have asked,

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and you just creating 100 million

coffee cups here because it is

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laminated?

Exactly.

We checked this

with the recyclers and it is

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completely recyclable.

This plastic

film is still there. When are we

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getting rid of this?

We have a

solution, which is this, cellulose

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-based technology. This is actually

made from trees. This is not plastic

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and we think this is a scalable

enough solution to use as our living

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film in the future.

Have you jumped

the gun a little bit if you are

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still dependent on these plastic

innards?

We are determined to do

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this within five years, we will do

it in five years.

A bold claim from

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Richard but he can't do it alone.

One of the first suppliers to work

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with the supermarket on the pledge

is Leila's fine foods in Blackpool.

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How easy has it been to switch over

from plastic production for you?

For

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now, it's just getting the factory

used to working with a different

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material. The card trays are little

cheaper than the plastic ones, so

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for everyone there is a benefit,

with the environment and cost

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savings as well.

But long-term, how will Richard

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managed to cut plastic from the rest

of the store's own brand products?

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From the looks of things, he has a

big job on his hands.

There is still

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a lot of plastic around, isn't

there?

Yes. You will be committed to

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having these for your tea.

The store

manager won't be happy...

Plastic.

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Why I have no idea.

You're asking me

and I am asking you.

All we need to

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do in this instance is get rid of

the plastic bag. These two lines

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alone, which is currently finalising

the deal to move these back into

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pulp trays. That will save over 1000

tonnes of plastic per year.

What is

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the justification for putting a

banana in plastic?

As an industry,

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we can't seem to not rapid, bag it,

coat it in absolutely everything.

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Has anyone said to you you should be

doing it quicker than that?

Five

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years is a realistic times go

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years is a realistic times go to did

the transition.

How have

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environmentalists reacted? I catch

up with the Greenpeace executive

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director. I want to give you this,

this is one of the new packaging

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from Iceland.

OK, they're starting

to make an attempt. They have two

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problems left they need to solve.

One is this lid, and also they have

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plastic lining. But I am pretty

impressed by this, I think it is a

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good start.

How much difference to

their pledge make?

They've kind of

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set the benchmark. I think now

everyone has to against that.

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Back in the store, I'm keen to find

out whether at Iceland's plastic

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free pledge will make a difference

of the way their customers shop.

I

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think the fact they are going to go

plastic free would sway me towards

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shopping here more so over another

supermarket.

I think it is a really

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good idea. I think there are other

ways you could package things,

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without using plastic.

I would come

in the shop and see what it looked

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like, the packaging, and if I didn't

like it I would go elsewhere.

The

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company might still have a bit of a

way to go, but given that

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supermarkets are responsible for

such a large amount of plastic

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waste, surely it is only right that

they should lead the charge.

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Lucy is here now. It seems to me

that John from Greenpeace had it

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bang on. They have set the benchmark

and started what will be a

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competition between other

supermarkets. What are other

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supermarkets doing right now?

Yes,

it is like Iceland has fired the

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starting gun in terms of volume of

initiatives. We rang round the major

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supermarkets today. I won't go into

detail because there is lots of

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detailed, but they are all doing

lots of different things and talking

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about doing lots of different

things. They are talking about

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halving packaging rate of existing

packaging, so not taking out plastic

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that halving the amount they use.

Increasing recyclability and compost

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ability of the materials that they

use. Lots of doing stuff on black

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plastic trays, trying to remove

those aren't giving time frames for

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when they would do that. Phasing out

drinking straws. Lots of stuff

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behind the scene with polystyrene,

fish and meat packaging. Everybody

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is doing lots and lots of different

things. Pretty much all of them

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saying they need a joined up

recycling system across the country,

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to be able to implement more

effective solutions. Which is a fair

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point. It is. But I would like to

see more innovation and more bold

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moves, that's what I would like to

see.

This is all really good news,

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but the thing is, is it going to

cost us more? The consumer will want

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to know, won't say, if the packaging

will bear mean the price of anything

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goes up?

Yes. Richard from Iceland

put it this way. They are able to do

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it because they are a private

company and they are not answerable

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to shareholders. So they can

basically spend now and save later,

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in terms of sustainability and they

can tape of the cost, so they don't

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have to put it all up front. Other

retailers are not in the same

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position. However, would they try

and put the extra cost on to the

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consumer? I think that would be an

odd thing to do with packaging, if

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you just did it with one line,

presumably they would buy the line

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that was less expensive so you

wouldn't shift much. We have to wait

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and see with this.

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and see with this. As we know, the

major supermarkets have still got

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some way to go. We will have to see

how that works out.

A very

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interesting time for those who are

creating a kind of alternative

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product. Even that plastic

substitute, you could sit through it

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and made of trees.

That's important

and we will see lots of it.

Lots of

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organisations looking at the way

they are using plastics. There is a

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big announcement from one quite

familiar organiser.

Not surprisingly

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people want to know what we're

doing. Tonight I have an official

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statement from the BBC. I am

announcing effectively 3-step plan

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to remove single use plastic from

our operations by 2020. So across

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the BBC. Plastic cups and cutlery

will be scrapped by the end of 2018

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and outward displays over 2 million

plastic cups a year. Plastic

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containers will be removed from

canteens by 2019. We are starting

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out with our colleagues in Salford

this month, where they will also

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drive a coffee cup recycling scheme.

We aim to be free of plastics by

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2020 across the organisation.

That's

good.

Lots of people are doing stuff

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ahead of that, you don't have to

wait for goals in any organisations

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because lots of people are doing

their own things.

Plastic Queen,

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thank you so much again.

Thank you.

Zero next week for more. I have my

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family, the Proud family who have

been doing brilliantly.

Good. A

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reminder to everyone, it's

Valentine's Day tomorrow, Charlie...

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Right question I have to do it that

way, Mary, or he takes no notice.

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What would be the perfect meal for a

Valentine's Day supper?

Most men

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like a bit of steak. In the book I

have done sirloin steak with Bernet

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sauce tarragon but you can do all

sorts of herbs. I think everybody

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loves that. I don't like deep Fryers

so if you want chips, have oven

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chips. You don't need to necessarily

go fancy.

No, I agree.

Tonight it's

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chocolate pancakes.

In your house?

Yes.

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Yes. Simple and straightforward is

always the key.

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Unlike the modern rules of dating,

where it seems you need to know

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the difference between 'ghosting'

and 'stashing', as Kate McIntyre's

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been finding out.

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You like then you think you have a

connection, do you swipe right, deep

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like or slide into the Diems but you

might not know what I am talking

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about but believe me, it's all part

of modern-day dating. So how do you

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find romance these days I get to

understand what it all means? Well,

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here is a guide.

Sliding into the

Diems. Messaging a girl directly and

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just being like, hey, how are you.

Ghosting? Going, gone.

Disappearance

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on.

That's right, and stashing?

I

don't know that one.

Hiding away.

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What is a ting, she's not your

girlfriend yet.

It's like a

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situation.

Talk me through. Roses

are red, smartphones are new. Do you

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use social media to flirt? Yes, they

can aid it. Tell us your social

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media moves?

You start with ten GMA

sent one back but you have to get it

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going.

Emojis.

Preparing for the

date... Do your homework. Social

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media is a start but also stop, just

because you can find out everything

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doesn't mean you should. Apps can

get you on a date, off a date and

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even affect what you do and don't do

on the date. The love doctor will

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see you now...

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This is Sam Owen and she is a

relationship coach. How has dating

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changed in the modern world?

There

is so much competition, so much

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variety, and maybe a lack of

patience with it as a result.

Do you

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think it less face-to-face?

For a

lot of the time it is online because

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I think there is a hesitancy and

shyness around striking up

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conversations.

Any top tips for

people that want to make the most

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abating in the modern world?

Definitely do a mixture of off-line

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and online dating, keep your eyes

and ears open for day to day and

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most importantly just be you.

What

was your shortest relationship?

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Three months.

The week.

Days, three

hours? It is said 7% of attraction

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is about what you say and is more

about the speed and tone of your

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voice, probably why 80% of singles

think a phone call is still the best

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way to follow up a date.

If it has

gone well I send a text afterwards

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saying, thanks for tonight.

Sometimes you've got a message to

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say I hope you've got home safely.

Nice.

It is nice a day or two after.

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You arrange the second date on the

first date.

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first date.

Research indicates it

takes less than four minutes to

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decide if you fancy someone but how

do you know if they are the one? It

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was to do with working together, the

way we got to know each other, and

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we just seemed to jail.

I held her

hand the first time and I sang,

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# Won't you tell her please

# I need someone to watch over me #

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That got her, you know. What do you

make of dating apps, Mary?

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I don't really know what a dating

app is.

I will tell you, you swipe

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right and left if you see somebody

you fancy, that's right, isn't it,

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Matt?

I don't know!

I know you have

been married to Paul for a long

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time.

51 years.

That's a round of

applause.

What was your courtship

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like and was he very traditional?

Did he start things off?

Terribly

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traditional. I can remember when he

proposed, quite a

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proposed, quite a few times, and

there was the lake and water and the

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seat and he was down on Juanmi and

of course I said yes, my son,

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Thomas, when it came to Sarah, he

said I'm going to ask Sarah to marry

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me and I've asked her father. Where

did you get proposed to? I drew a

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map of Hyde Park and he proposed to

Sarah, and he had a bottle of

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champagne in the left pocket and two

glasses in the other, I didn't have

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any of that.

That's lovely, though,

isn't it? Your new book, Classic, it

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is beautiful, what qualifies as a

classic dish in your eyes?

I've

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chosen classic recipes that have

been great favourites of mine over

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the years but they have been given a

bit of a twist and a bit of

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updating. Because, you do something

like a fish pie and I always do my

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mother's fish pie and I decided to

put sweet potato on top and ordinary

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potatoes, and there is a bit of a

twist and lots of explanation and

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pictures. All of the things, the

family have to go ooh and ah and we

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tried them all out and if my family

don't like them they don't go in the

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book.

It's the sort of book every

family needs, it is kind of the

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staple.

It is the go to.

Matt was

salivating in the green room

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earlier.

There is the savoury

section, there is the dessert side

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of things but it seems to me your

heart lies in the main cause.

I love

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it, something like lamb shanks, and

I persuade people to have the front

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of the lamb, the fore are a bit

smaller than I dare say you would go

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for the hind because they are chunky

but there is nothing nicer than a

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slow cooked lamb shank. We do quite

a bit of slow cooking, and I do slow

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cooked duck as well, and then you

can have crispy skin, and also pork.

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I take the skin off the port before

I roast it and it becomes so crackly

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and you can cut it up into little

pieces and everybody gets crackling.

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Sometimes if you cook it on it

doesn't get to perfection. I've done

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all those tips as well, what you can

do ahead and can you freeze it

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because busy people like that.

Definitely. It's not just British

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stuff, there is Italian stuff, there

is kedgeree, curries, all sorts of

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things, and here is you making eggs

Benedict Florentine, which looks

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delicious.

They look perfect. Now's

the time to plate it. For the

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Florentine layer I have wilted fresh

spinach in the butter so there is no

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need for more on your toasted

muffins.

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I think that is the perfect

breakfast. Just to die for.

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That would be good for Valentine's

Day as a nice little breakfast.

What

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about the evening?

As a breakfast.

You are going breakfast as well,

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that's a bit much, I could only do

one meal.

There is a TV series

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sitting alongside the book, do you

just go through the book, or have

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you chosen your favourites?

They are

the favourites on the TV show and

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that's going to be on Monday in two

weeks' time, I think it's 8:30pm.

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Not much else to do on a Monday

night, is there?

It's perfect.

After

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The One Show!

After The One Show!

You have a brand-new television

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project called Britain's Best Cook

and this is really exciting because

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you are back on a panel with Chris

Bavin and Dan Doherty, who is a

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chef, Claudia is hosting, so it's

bound to be a lot of fun. What has

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your experience been like so far?

You are in the thick of it filming

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as we speak.

I'm so enjoying it and

we started off with ten. They are

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from all different walks of life.

And also they specialise in all

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different sorts of cooking but they

have to be able to do everything.

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Its proper home cooking. You are

using things from the cupboard,

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nothing too complicated. Just really

good family food and they have been

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fantastic. As it's all building up

I'm very excited. Claudio loves her

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food and there is a huge sense of

humour because she is very relaxed

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and makes all the cooks relaxed too.

We are very much looking forward to

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seeing it, Mary. We are.

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There's been more heavy snow in many

areas of Scotland today,

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closing schools, cancelling flights

and causing travel tailbacks.

0:22:560:22:59

The bad weather is all too familiar

for the people of Fort William

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and Christine's been to see

how they stay prepared.

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There is nothing quite as magical as

being on a mountain in snow but this

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picture postcard atmosphere can

change in a second. There has been

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plenty of changeable weather in the

Scottish Highlands this year. I've

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been looking forward to some petrol

head fun here in what has been the

0:23:280:23:33

biggest snowfall since 2010. The

plan was for me to go on this

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magnificent ski lift all the way up

the top of that mountain to drive a

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peace masher but Britain has

suffered some of the worst storms in

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many years, so consequently my plans

have had to change. Piste bashers

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are ten tonne monsters that smooth

the slopes ready for the thousands

0:23:550:23:58

of skiers every year. But is not the

snow that stopped me, it's the wind.

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Chris, you were the chap that was

going to teach me how to drive this.

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What are the weather conditions like

up there now?

We're getting gusts

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from 70 up to 80 mph at the top of

the hill, too much to operate right

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now.

How has it impacted on the

resort and for the locals?

There are

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pluses and minuses, this weather

brings in lots of smoke, so the

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skiing area was loaded with snow and

at lower levels we had lots of snow

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in the Cabaye, we had to adapt and

change. The managing director was on

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car park duty all weekend pushing

cars and struggling snow, these are

0:24:360:24:40

the things you have to do to survive

in this type of location. --

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shovelling snow.

The piste basher

may be stuck up the mountain but

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always not lost, there is a great

way to explore on foot. This is new

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experience.

Have you not done

snowshoe walking before?

I was

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expecting tennis racket type things.

Things have progressed from the

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1920s.

Mark was taking me out for my

first experience of snowshoeing.

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They have quite a big grip on them

as you can see. When we're walking

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you have to lift up your feet.

Otherwise you just dig yourself in

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cosmic exactly.

How does it feel?

Like you've got something on the end

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of your foot.

There we go. Before

you go running off too fast, we will

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get used to them. That's good, just

a wee lift, try and look forward as

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well as looking at it.

It's not

easy. A bit like walking in giant

0:25:290:25:35

flip-flops. Mark has needed this

snowshoe is more than ever this

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season as the Nevis range has had up

to two metres of snow.

This is the

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best season we have had probably or

eight seasons and hopefully it will

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continue.

But all this snow also

brings risk.

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There are over 200 avalanches a year

here. They may not look as dramatic

0:25:540:25:59

as this one in Alaska but they can

be deadly. Both Graham, a senior

0:25:590:26:03

avalanche forecaster, and Mark, have

been caught up in one.

It's not

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something you'd want to do twice,

that's for sure. Quite frightening.

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There is a lot of forces involved

and you can quite easily be sliding

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down the mountainside surrounded by

hundreds of tonnes of snow.

Put your

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head into your jacket and hope when

it stops you have an air pocket and

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your friends are going to come and

find you.

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You can increase your chances of

being found by carrying a tracker, a

0:26:300:26:34

device that sends out a 40 metre

signal to rescue services.

So, if I

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pull out the big Switch here, as we

get closer to mark the number

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reduces. It's as simple as that.

It's a different mindset in the

0:26:450:26:51

local town of Fort William, people

prepared for all whether every day.

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Do I put a sleeping bag in the car

for a snow shovel, flask of hot

0:26:550:26:59

drink and a bit of spare food in the

glove compartment?

It's normal.

It's

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what you do.

Do you take it in your

stride?

We take it in our stride in

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Scotland, it's just one of the

things we do. When you get it down

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south it always seems to make the

headlines!

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LAUGHTER

This is the award-winning Bridie.

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What is that?

Minced beef and onion.

Delicious. I might not have been

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able to drive a piste basher and may

not have been caught in an avalanche

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but what I have caught is a local

Bridie, so life is very good.

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That looks tasty, doesn't it?

Earlier we asked you to send in your

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classic cooking questions and Dial M

for Mary.

Yes.

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for Mary.

Yes. Appropriately for the

M we have Mollie, who is 12 years

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old but we have Jenny on the phone

who is Mollie's mum. Did even Jenny

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and Mollie and what is your question

to Mary Berry?

Good evening. My

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question to Mary Berry is my

Victoria sponge cake doesn't always

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have a good rise. How can I make it

rise to a good height?

Well, Mollie,

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first of all you want to weigh the

ingredients very carefully because

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with baking that's important. Then I

do the all in one method and give it

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a really good beat, and remember you

must use self-raising flour, and put

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it into the correct tense, make sure

that you measure the tins, because

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sometimes if you use a bigger tent

than you should it won't rise, it

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will be thin like a pancake. Bake it

at 160 fan and usually for about 35

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minutes.

Perfect.

Happy baking.

Thank you!

Thank you, Mollie. Jane

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wants to know how to prevent

pancakes sticking to the pan.

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Looking at that pan it is not a

nonstick one, shiny pans often

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stick, so heat it first, put in a

little oil and then do your pancake

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and hope it doesn't stick. Use a

spatula to scrape underneath it if

0:29:150:29:20

it does. It will taste the same.

There we are. This is to everybody

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at home from Laura, Natasha and

Chester. Good luck with your Classic

0:29:250:29:29

Mary Berry cookbook, it is out now

and the TV series starts Monday 26th

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debris, 8:30pm, BBC One.

We will be

back tomorrow. Happy Pancake

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