News & Recipes Archive
“Unbake my tart, say you’ll lattice me again…”
Bread Week rolled into town, but viewers picked up on more than a whiff of innuendo in the second episode of the third series.
Fans of The Great British Bake Off heralded the return of the much-loved show with a feast of tweets as the third series cooked up plenty of food for torte…
Inspired by the wonderful creations fromThe Great British Bake Off Showstopper Challenge, our latest book covers a wide range of bakes from large and small cakes, biscuits and cookies, sweet and savoury pastry, puddings, breads and patisserie.
The Great British Bake Off nominated for the BAFTA Features award and the BAFTA Youtube Audience Award.
The Great British Bake Off has been nominated for two BAFTA awards. It is nominated for best features programme, and also for the only award which is decided by the viewing public the BAFTA Youtube Audience Award. For your chance to show your support for those hours of nail biting oven watching – and in recognition of a format which has quite literally changed the way a nation thinks about home baking.
Despite eight weeks of largely impressive baking, the precision of Holly and experimentations of Mary-Anne were not enough to surpass Jo in the Great British Bake Off Final.
Jo has been crowned the Best Amateur Baker following eight weeks of hard fought culinary battles in the second series of The Great British Bake Off.
“How can a baking programme, a programme about baking goods, be soooo tense?” tweeted Robert BB in reaction to the Semi Final. As well as being a nailbiting affair, it was also packed full of emotion for viewers as beloved baker Janet departed the show.