Mel and Sue
After the dramatics of last week, it was back to business as usual for the contestants in the Bake Off tent. The pies and
Now, a man throwing a cake in the bin and walking out of a tent may not seem particularly momentous, but in the bunting-clad, cosy world of Great British Bake Off, this is big news. To us, this is our equivalent of Eric Cantona karate kicking a racist supporter at Selhurst Park in the mid-90s.
The decision to move ‘Great British Bake Off’ to BBC One for this year’s series is clearly paying off, as the show brought
Bread week in the Bake Off tent means an array of yawnsome "rise to the challenge" puns and half the episode spent fretting over proving draws. The third episode of season five begins with the signature challenge of a dozen identical rye rolls (not "wry rolls", as I originally thought).
Bread week sorted out the wheat from the chaff in the third round of this year's Bake Off. And yes, this meant we got to
Manly Richard (he's a BUILDER!) wins the technical thanks to Mary telling him his biscuits "have got a nice forking". Inexplicably, no-one collapses into giggles at this comment.
We’ve got some pretty exciting news for ‘Great British Bake Off’ fans - it’s been confirmed that Mel and Sue have landed
It's back! People kneeling next to ovens! Thinly veiled baking innuendo! Mary Berry going mad for any cake with a hint of alcohol in! Paul Hollywood's eyes staring through you into the depths of your very soul!
Phew, it's time to relax. The tent is billowing, the lambs are mewing, and the bakers are lining up to try their luck under
Sue Perkins has admitted that she almost turned down the job of presenting 'The Great British Bake Off'. The comedian - who