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Marc’s journey through the series and commitment to Cornish ingredients impressed the judges, but unfortunately Dessert Week deserted him and it was time to say pud-bye. We sat down with Marc for a quick chinwag about his time in the tent:
After winning Star Baker last week, Lottie’s 80s Week Showstopper – an ode to cassette tapes – melted and it was sadly time to say pud-bye. We sat down with Lottie for a cuppa and a quick chat about her time in the Bake Off bubble:
It was a Bake Off first with Japanese Week, but sadly it meant saying pud-bye to Mark as his avocado-themed showstopper failed to impress the judges. We sat down with Mark for a quick chat about his experience in the Bake Off bubble:
Have you got what it bakes? Are you ready to whisk it all?
We’re halfway through Series 11 of Bake Off and it gets harder each week to see a baker leave. In Pastry Week, it was Linda’s turn to say pud-bye.
Sura’s flavours have consistently impressed the judges, but in Chocolate Week she came unstuck and it was sadly time to say pud-bye.
Paul and Prue admired his ambitious ideas, but in Bread Week it was sadly time to say pud-bye to Rowan.
It was crunch time with Biscuit Week and although the flavours of Mak’s Signature and Showstopper impressed the judges, they felt he hadn’t quite fulfilled the brief with either and it was sadly time to say pud-bye.
Loriea’s bubblegum-flavoured battenburg excited Matt, and her Showstopper was a spicy tribute to Jamaican poet and educator Miss Lou. However, the judges felt she hadn’t quite balanced her flavours and sadly, it was time to say pud-bye to diagnostic radiographer Loriea. Paul said, ‘I am so sorry, it was really sad as I could see a lot of talent in Loriea.’