Brendan is so smug and twee, I shall be gutted if he does win. For the showstopper, the bakers were asked to bake inspired bake in 5 hours. It should be fun… October 3, 2012 at 11:28 pm Another wonderful recap! Actually, we like all of the bakers and just want to pause the entire contest and declare them all winners! I love that his baking comes with architectural plans. The technical challenge was set by Prue, and tasked the bakers to make 12 lattice , served with , with very limited instructions and ingredients provided. Mel takes the opportunity to audition for Countryfile. For the ultimate showstopper challenge, the bakers were tasked to make one large.
Baker Signature Family Pie Technical 6 Miniature Showstopper Meringue Pie Holly Stilton, Potato and Caramelised Onion Pie 4th Lime Meringue Pie Janet Chicken and 1st Rhubarb Meringue Pie Jason Brown Down Chicken Pie 7th Plum Meringue Pie Salmon and Asparagus Pie 6th Apple and Raspberry Meringue Pie Mary-Anne Chicken and Bacon Pie 2nd Midnight Meringue Robert Chicken and Mushroom Pie 3rd Rhubarb and Custard Meringue Pie Yasmin Family Fish Pie 5th Peach and Raspberry Meringue Pie Once again, in this episode, two bakers were eliminated instead of one baker. The second display is to make 12 sweet and 12 savory rolls. For the showstopper, the bakers were asked to bake a macaron display. Although a few hundred years ago their pies would have been filled with feathered birds, our bakers will attempt to make a rather more edible version for modern taste of a savoury stuffed pie. Look on his face when Paul did not like his gingerbread house was wonderful, he obviously thought he was going to walk it. John, meanwhile, is singing a song about crackers, and Danny is reciting numbers to herself like a madwoman.
For their final showstopper, the bakers were asked to bake 3 different types of : Meringue, Sweet Pastry, and Sponge Based, within 4 hours. I also like James, so will join you in rooting for him! Than goodness, then, for co-host Noel Fielding constantly lightening the mood with his waggish wit. Scottish James is wearing shorts, which helps explain if not atone for the second week in a row where he has no natty knitwear. The star baker is… Oh no! The bakers had to use the same dough - which must be crisp on the outside and soft on the inside - for all three. Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding are on hand to help the bakers calm their nerves. The biscuits should not be too hard or too crumbly.
And the final challenge is to construct a showstopper that is a spectacle of marzipan, fit to grace the tables of a wealthy Tudor banquet. Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood have set the contestants three sticky challenges — a super sweet signature with a rich teatime favourite, a double Dutch technical, and a caramel showstopper. As happy as I am that James is doing well, I am very sad to see Cathryn go and it will be a much duller show without her. I think we have a winner. The showstopper challenge required the bakers to make an illusion cake: a cake that appears to be some other object.
The cake needs to have the perfect sponge which holds its form perfect symmetry , distinguish flavours, and a smooth exterior. Each episode was filmed over two 14-hour days. Mary Berry warns that Paul Hollywood will have to be kind. In the technical challenge, the bakers face a rather unusual Tudor biscuit that has them all tied up in knots. It all started so well.
The technical challenge was set by Paul, which was 6 puddings with a filling in 1 hour. On the other hand, I can't bring myself to care about the success or otherwise of any attempts to imitate architecture in food, so I think I'd best stick to your reviews. For the technical challenge, the bakers were asked to bake 12 identical. It is the first series for new hosts and , and new judge. He makes the sort of face Jeremy Paxman might make if he were asked to be polite, or Piers Morgan if he were asked to be non-repellent. Archived from on 6 January 2012.
They only seem to eat a tiny fragment of it, though. Good Food Bakes and Cakes Show. First Mary and Paul give their thoughts on who is doing well, and who is in danger. Perhaps she misses lovely Sarah-Jane? Of those that are left, I shall now be supporting James. They start with a sweet and savoury signature challenge, before Prue Leith sets a boozy technical and, for their final challenge, the bakers must produce an elaborate sponge showstopper that once graced the dining tables of high society. They were required to incorporate into their decorations. Bake names were a gift, innuendo-wise Were clangers and tarts chosen just because they provided plentiful double entendre opportunities? Biscuit, topped with marshmallow, covered in chocolate.
Not her exact words, but the gist. Danny's lovely, but I think if I switch my affections to her she'll be off next week. The second special featured Benjamina Ebuehi Series 7 , Rav Bansal Series 7 , Sandy Docherty Series 6 and Rob Billington Series 2. The showstoppers challenge the bakers were instructed to make an illusion cake: a cake that appears to be some other object. Racy Stacey had earned it. . Archived from on 4 October 2013.