It was the final week of heat two in Bake Off: The Professionals, meaning whoever made it through would be part of the final six.
A new week, a new set of six teams ready to battle it in the Bake Off: The Professionals kitchen.
For week three of Bake Off: The Professionals, contestants faced a series of Asia-themed challenges.
Our five remaining teams were this week challenged with creating 48 fruit cakes and a choux tower showstopper.
The Great British Bake Off’s slightly scarier sibling was back on our screens last night, with six teams of contestants facing the judgement of Benoit Blin and Cherish Finden.
“Oh god I’m on Bake Off. Why on earth did I say yes?” Channel 4 news presenter Krishnan Guru-Murphy really summed up the collective mood in the tent this week.
Tuning into Bake Off this week I had no idea I was about to be confronted by my kindred spirit – comedian (and professional scruff bag) Joe Wilkinson.
Smash the patriarchy, not the cake. This week’s episode of The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up 2 Cancer was all about celebrating strong, independent women.
This week’s episode of the The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up 2 Cancer was like a happy trip down memory lane for me.
Never have I heard the word “vagina” uttered on a non-medical TV show quite as frequently as it was in the Bake Off tent last night.
Do you have any idea how hard it is to avoid spoilers for the Bake Off final?
I like to challenge myself. How many biscuits can I eat in one sitting? How long can I sleep for at the weekends? Can I watch Bake Off in the office without crying?
Ok, I’ll just come out and say it: the wrong person went home last night.
Bleeding vegans coming in here, ruining everything – that’s the vibe I got from the tent last night.
Oh what a difference a pastry week makes! As this week’s bakes burst, burnt and leaked before the judges, some of the bakers’ fortunes were dramatically reversed.
In the words of musical comedy duo Flight of the Conchords: I’m not crying, I’m just chopping onions… for a lasagne. That’s what I’m telling myself, anyway, because last night’s episode of The Great British Bake Off was emotional.
The Bake Off tent has been invaded by space turtles! No, this isn’t a crossover with Terry Pratchett’s Discworld – it’s Kim-Joy’s showstopper.
Barely two minutes into this week’s Bake Off and I’m giggling like a school girl. Why? Because they’re making buns. And, as we learned last week, it’s impossible for me not to giggle at that word.
You can take the innuendos out of Bake Off, but you wouldn’t have much of a show left. It’s no surprise that after a tame, and slightly dull, opening week the filth is back in force.
Has the world gone topsy turvy? Biscuits in week one of Bake Off? This is madness.
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