Steph’s signature was light but rich
She passed it off without a hitch
Full of chocolate and buttermilk
The judges found it of the highest ilk
Then came the technical – a historical terror
Henry VIII’s favourite ‘Maids of Honour’
Her pastry was flaky, her decoration neat
Which meant she came first – quite a feat!
Then came the showstopper of Indian sweets
Steph’s pink and pretty mishti were a real treat
Paul said that her flavours were really clever
Steph’s mum was so shocked she nearly let slip a swear!
Congratulations to Steph, Dairy Week’s Star Baker. To find out who comes out on top for 1920s Week watch The Great British Bake Off on Tuesday 24th September at 8pm on Channel 4.