The Great British Bake Off is only the latest offering amongst a plethora of challenging, and public orientated programmes that pit contestants against each other for the coveted title of, “whatever of the year”.
Attracting more than 700 visitors on the day, Bakers' Fair Autumn 2012 was host to a number of industry-focused exhibitions, competitions and live demos.
Sue Perkins, co-presenter on BBC Two's The Great British Bake Off has popularised the above phrase, which spread like wildfire as a topic of discussion on Twitter last night, during the show’s grand finale.
In life, I think, people can be separated into two sorts. There are the spenders of worth and there are the creators of worth – or maybe I should say of value.
National Craft Bakers’ Week (NCBW) has been launched this week, with a video starring Channel 4’s Fabulous Baker Brothers, Tom and Henry Herbert.
The Peckham Rye loaf, created by Fergus Jackson of Brick House Bakery, has been chosen as the winner of the Londoner's Loaf.