Mary Berg hosts a new cooking show

Additionally, Marie Kondo is launching Sparking Joy on Netflix.

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Mary Berg has a new cooking show. Mary Makes It Easy features the woman with an infectious smile and stellar glasses as she shares recipes meant to make viewers more confident in the kitchen. It’s filmed at her home in Toronto.

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“With Mary Makes It Easy, I really wanted to think about the things that I have challenges with and everyone else has challenges with in the kitchen,” Berg said. “I’ve created recipes that specifically solve these culinary puzzles, to make the cooking process from preparation to serving as easy as possible.”

Berg’s first series, Mary’s Kitchen Crush, premiered on CTV in 2019. It won four Canadian Screen Awards, including two for Berg, who first rose to prominence after winning Season 3 of MasterChef Canada . Mary Makes It Easy debuts September 6 on CTV Life Channel. Behind-the-scenes videos, recipes and more are on

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Marie Kondo is back on Netflix

How’s your joy lately? Is it lit enough? Marie Kondo, the professional organizer who popularized the idea that our stuff sparks joy, has a new docuseries on Netflix. It’s called, aptly, Sparking Joy.

The show follows Kondo’s first Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, which began airing in 2019. While that show focused on helping people declutter their homes, the novella brings its method to businesses, relationships and communities. . We can also peek inside his own home and meet his family.

The first episode visits a father and son who own an organic garden center, while other episodes feature a cafe owner with a chaotic home office and a church group organizing their place of worship. Sparking Joy begins streaming on Netflix on August 31.