Adam likes to bake. Dan likes to eat baking. They both love to watch The Great British Bake Off and they have tasty opinions on each episode.
The bakers go back in time with recipes from yesteryear.
Oct 19, 2017
The bakers are baking away -- in more than one sense -- in Margheritaville.
Oct 11, 2017
The bakers have raw meat on their soggy bottoms!
Oct 5, 2017
We're not sure what makes a British pudding a pudding and not a cake, but we learned a lot this week anyway!
Prue wanted a tough challenge for Caramel Week. Well, she got it.
Hey, don't blame us, that's their joke.
The bakers' time gets squished when they have to make sandwich biscuits, fortune cookies, and edible board games!
Apart from the judges, the biggest change with the show moving to Sky is ... nuffin'.
The bakers create a picnic to kill for in the biggest showstopper yet.
And we do mean 'melt'; that's a hot tent not even Selasi's icy expression can cool off.
The challenges are historical, but the bakers are still up on their currant events.
The bakers indulge their sweet tooths (teeth?).
There's not a hamster in sight as everyone has to step it up with nature-inspired challenges. Almost perfect won't do.
Bakewell tarts expose the age divide in the big tent.
The bakers are taken way out of their comfort zone...perhaps because they're not technically baking.
It's Paul's specialty, so he's a bitch about it, but with this much raw dough it's hard to blame him.
Biscuits are their business and business is good!
Can the bakers rise to the challenge of Cake Week?