Discussion in 'TV + Film' started by Mikl C, Sep 18, 2012.
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Ella Eyre can't catch a break
Oh no not Tim's meringue tower collapsing into a pile of sludge.
I think Jamie's looked fantastic but the praise was not really there as much as it was for the others.
Noel's shirt gives off Don't Hug Me I'm Scared vibes.
Two very funny weeks in a row, is next week the last week?
I actually found yesterday's episode to be not that funny compared to the previous two.
There are five episodes in total, so two more to go.
Last week was the only episode of the Bake Off I couldn't bring myself to watch but apart from Ruth Davidson's inclusion this whole celebrity series has been pretty great. The Nick Hewer episode was a classic.
Sandi/Noel/Prue have become really comfortable and I'm excited for the next series.
That last episode was just brilliant, so funny, such a great line up, and damn at how good Melanie Sykes is looking (although I had to tell the husband who she was).
Yay. Means I can finally watch Series 7. The first time I ever watched it was the first episode of Series 8 and managed to catch up on all the others in a couple of months, but 7 was never on TV. Does this include the Sport Relief bake offs?
Ooh that's good news! I came into Bake Off late and haven't seen the earlier series.
Are there any contestants as iconic as Stacey though?
I watched Series 1 and began Series 2 over the weekend. Hello Rob!
I'm not sure which series I started watching at, probably 3 or 4.
If anyone has a spare second, you might like to share some divine wisdom with Queen Nadiya.
So I just bought John Whaite’s Perfect Plates in 5 Ingredients and it got me wondering about other GBBO alum cookbooks. Is there any that you guys recommend? I nearly picked up Queen Nadiya’s latest offering but the lure of simple 5 ingredient recipes swayed me (Jamie Oliver published a book after John with the exact same concept and it’s become a staple in my kitchen)
Jo Wheatley's 'A Passion For Baking' is very good.
I thought the spitroast was lovely.
James Morton's Brilliant Bread book is pretty great, the "Christmas Morning Croissants" that have coffee in the dough are incredible.
Is amazing. His tone is ever so slightly annoying (to me) at times, but this is just what I needed. Also love Edd Kimber's first book.
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