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|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||10|
|Original network||BBC One|
|Original release||6 August ( 2014-08-06 ) - 8 October 2014 ( 2014-10-08 )|
|Starring||Mel Giedroyc, Sue Perkins, Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood|
Great British Bake Off's iconic series five Cast reunite over the weekend to attend the wedding of fellow baker Martha Collison. Series winner Nancy Birtwhistle, finalist Richard Burr and Claire Goodwin, who was eliminated in the first episode by Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, were all in attendance and were among those who Bake cakes to celebrate Martha's marriage to long-term partner Michael Haywood. Chetna Makan, who reached the semi-final of the show, took to Instagram to share a series of photos of herself and other bakers at wedding. She captioned the post: What day! Having known Marthacollison since she was 17, watching her get married to mbhaywood27 yesterday was just the most lovely and beautiful and even more special since we had whole Bake-Off family there to celebrate! Also honour to make her cake with all the other bakers, love each and everyone one of them! Martha's fellow bakers who attended the wedding also shared images of cakes they had made for the special occasion, proving they've still get skills. Nancy makes pink Prinsesstarta, consisting of light vanilla genoise sponge, pastry cream, raspberry jam, fresh cream and fondant. Meanwhile, Claire opts for something bit more chocolatey, with a three-tiered cake covered with chocolate pretzels, Galaxy bars, chocolate truffles and mini gold eggs. Want up-to-minute entertainment news and features? Just hit 'Like' on our Digital Spy Facebook page and 'Follow' on our digitalspy Instagram and Twitter account.
Who won the Great British Bake Off and who was eliminated when? Here are all the results and contestants from the series. This week saw the final episode of Great British Bake Off 2020, as the remaining three Bakers compete for victory. Tent await remaining contestants, as they take their place under the critical eye of judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith with Noel Fielding returning for presenting duties alongside new co-host Matt Lucas. For final there was deceptively simple Signature combining set custard and puff pastry, and Technical celebrating the classic combination of chocolate and nuts. Finally, in Showstopper, bakers had free rein to show judges exactly why they deserve to be crown winner, as they construct magnificent Dessert towers.
|Baker||Signature ( Swiss Roll )||Technical ( Cherry Cake )||Showstopper (36 Classic Miniature British Cakes)|
|Chetna||Cardamom, Pistachio and Coffee Swiss Roll||3rd||Tiered Victoria Sponges with Lemon Curd and Raspberry Cream|
|Claire||Chocolatey Orangey Swirly Roll||8th||Mini Chocolate and Cherry Cakes|
|Diana||Mum's Sunday Tea Lemon Curd Swiss Roll||5th||Chocolate Ganache Surprises|
|Enwezor||Raspberry and Lemon Swiss Roll||9th||Coffee and Walnut Battenberg Squares|
|Iain||Apricot and Basil Swiss Roll with Mascarpone and White Chocolate Cream||4th||Lemon Drizzle Cakes with Mascarpone Filling, Drizzled Icing, and Candied Lemon|
|Jordan||Kawaii Frasier Swiss Roll||12th||Lemon Drizzle Cakes with Blueberry and Lemon Curd|
|Kate||Red Velvet and White Chocolate Swiss Roll||6th||Mini Tiered Victoria Sponges|
|Luis||Spanish Swiss Roll||7th||Raspberry and Lemon Genoise Slices with Lemon Drizzles|
|Martha||Tiramisu Swiss Roll||2nd||Mini Lemon and Thyme Drizzle Cakes|
|Nancy||Coffee and Hazelnut Swiss Roll||1st||Jaffa Orange Cakes|
|Norman||Black Forest Swiss Roll||11th||Almond and Raspberry Mini Cakes|
|Richard||Pistachio and Strawberry Swiss Roll||10th||Miniature Coffee and Walnut Cakes|
For signature bake, judges give bakers two hours to make eight self-saucing puddings, meaning sauce should come from the bake itself. Bakers may choose to make either fondant or sponge which create its own sauce on bottom. In technical, they had to bake Mary's own tiramisu cake recipe in two and half hours. In showstopper, they had four and half hours to make baked Alaskas. Many bakers struggle to make baked Alaskas, as it was the hottest day of the year so far, and two of five refrigerators were break, resulting in a struggle among contestants for enough freezer space. During bake, Diana took Iain's ice cream and sponge cake assembly out of the freezer to make room for hers, mistakenly leaving it out on the counter in hot tent. When Iain found it, ice cream had molten and, frustrate, he throw sponge cake and molten ice cream in dustbin. Paul and Mary chastise him for this decision, explaining that they would rather have judge sample pieces of each baked Alaska component or even melt the final product than nothing at all, and his decision to present Paul and Mary with nothing to judge contributed to his elimination. Viewers of the show object on Twitter, attacking Diana. Iain spoken out against these online attacks, and Diana claimed that editing had distorted the truth, stitching up. She subsequently withdrew from the show after suffering injury from a fall.
|Baker||Signature ( Viennoiserie )||Technical (12 Mini Victoria Sandwiches , 12 Mini Tarte au Citron , 12 Mini Scones )||Showstopper ( Piece Montee )|
|Luis||Apple, Walnut, Raisin and Cheshire Cheese Chaussons Pain au Chocolat Blanc with Raspberries and Cream Cheese||2nd||Village in Chocolate|
|Nancy||Apple and Lemon Kites Raspberry and Almond Croissants||1st||Red Windmill|
|Richard||Pear Pain au Chocolat Pain Au Lait||3rd||Mill on the Hill|
|Baker||Signature (36 Savoury Biscuits)||Technical (18 Florentines )||Showstopper (3D Biscuit Scene)|
|Chetna||Fenugreek and Carom Crackers||8th||Day On The Beach|
|Diana||Parmesan Triangles||7th||Express, First Class|
|Enwezor||Pumpkin and Sunflower Savoury Biscuits||9th||Space Adventure Moon Scene|
|Iain||Za'atar and Fig Biscuits||11th||Wild West Scene|
|Jordan||Sourdough , Parmesan and Chilli Biscuits||6th||Monster Attack|
|Kate||Parmesan and Apple Biscuits||4th||Tea Time|
|Luis||Black Olive and Rosemary Biscuits with Caramelised Onion Glaze||3rd||George Versus The Dragon|
|Martha||Caramelised Onion and Goat's Cheese Sandwich Biscuits||5th||Ski Village Scene|
|Nancy||Fennel and Rye Thins||2nd||Hansel and Gretel Scene|
|Norman||Farthing Biscuits||10th||Zulu Boats at Dawn|
|Richard||Rosemary Seeded Crackers||1st||Pirates!|
|Baker||Signature (12 Rye Bread Rolls )||Technical (4 Ciabattas )||Showstopper (Filled Centrepiece Loaf)|
|Chetna||Onion and Pine Nut Rolls||8th||Rolled and Filled Twin Loaf|
|Diana||Rustic Picnic Rolls||7th||Sharing Savoury Pinwheel|
|Iain||Cranberry and Walnut Rye Bread Rolls||9th||Moroccan Plaited with a Bessara Dip|
|Jordan||Rye and Spelt Bread Rolls||10th||Strawberry Raspberry Cheesecake Brioche|
|Kate||Orange and Cardamom Rye Bread Knots||1st||Prosciutto , Olive Coriander Bread|
|Luis||Opposites Attract Rolls||2nd||Roscon de Reyes|
|Martha||Date and Walnut Rye Rolls||3rd||Stuffed Sunflower Loaf|
|Nancy||Cider and Walnut Crusty Rolls||5th||' Full English ' Stromboli|
|Norman||Rye Bread Rolls||4th||Chicken and Roasted Vegetable Picnic Loaf|
|Richard||Rye and Cranberry Rolls||6th||Pesto Pinwheel|
|Baker||Signature (8 Self-Saucing Puddings)||Technical (Tiramisu Cake)||Showstopper ( Baked Alaska )|
|Chetna||Rhubarb, Strawberry and Orange Puddings||3rd||Mango, Raspberry and Coconut Baked Alaska|
|Diana||Orange and Lemon Curd Pots||9th||Raspberry Ripple Alaska Swan|
|Iain||Chocolate, Lime and Raspberry Fondants||6th||Chocolate, Black Sesame Seed and Coffee Caramel Baked Alaska (not presented)|
|Kate||Chocolate and Salted Caramel Molten Puddings||7th||Pistachio, Raspberry and Chocolate Baked Alaska|
|Luis||Pears in Puddings||2nd||Bakewell Alaska|
|Martha||Peanut Butter Chocolate Fondants||1st||Key Lime Baked Alaska|
|Nancy||Pistachio Puddings with Chocolate Sauce||4th||Summer Pudding Alaska|
|Norman||Mini Sticky Toffee Puddings||8th||Baked Alaska with Strawberry Surprise|
|Richard||Black Forest Chocolate Fondants||5th||Tiramisu Baked Alaska|
|Baker||Signature ( Custard Tart )||Technical (Mini Pear Pies)||Showstopper (Three-Tiered Pie)|
|Chetna||Rice Custard Tart with Mangoes and Raspberries||2nd||Fusion Tiered Pies|
|Kate||Rhubarb and Custard Tart||3rd||Rhubarb, Prune and Apple Pies|
|Luis||Tropical Manchester Tart||6th||Four Fruity Seasons Tower|
|Martha||Pistachio, Apricot and Honey Custard Tart||1st||Three Little Pigs Pie|
|Nancy||Chocolate Crusted Passion Fruit Tart||4th||Trio of Apple Pies|
|Norman||Tarte au Citron||5th||Pieful Tower|
|Richard||Fig and Orange Tart||7th||Three Course Autumn Pie Feast|
|Baker||Signature (Yeast-Leavened Cake)||Technical ( Prinsesstarta )||Showstopper ( Dobos Torte )|
|Chetna||Orange Savarin with Cinnamon Cream||2nd||Almond Liqueur Dobos Torte with Chocolate Caramel Buttercream|
|Kate||Pecan, Chocolate and Sour Cherry Yeast Cake||6th||Trio of Dobos Tortes|
|Luis||Apple and Cinnamon Kugelhopf with Honeyed Apples||3rd||The Cage on the Rocky Hill|
|Martha||Dark Chocolate and Almond Liqueur Savarin||4th||Chess-Themed Chocolate and Salted Caramel Dobos Torte|
|Nancy||Rum Punch Savarin with Coconut Cream and Tropical Fruits||1st||Chocolate and Caramel Dobos Torte|
|Richard||Fruity Guglhupf with an Orange Glaze||5th||Sugar Forest Dobos Torte|
|Baker||Signature (12 Savoury Parcels)||Technical ( Kouign-Amann )||Showstopper (24 Eclairs )|
|Chetna||Crispy Lentil Kachori||6th||Chocolate Mango and Lemon Meringue Eclairs|
|Kate||Spinach and Paneer Spicy Samosa||4th||Neapolitan and Lemon Meringue Eclairs|
|Luis||Childhood Empanadas||5th||Stars and Stripes Eclairs|
|Martha||Mini Beef Wellingtons||3rd||Rhubarb Custard and Maple Syrup Bacon Eclairs|
|Nancy||Spicy Duck Pasties||2nd||Smoked Salmon Horseradish and Raspberry Ripple Eclairs|
|Richard||Minted Lamb Pasties||1st||Stair of Eclairs: Blueberry Lavender and Raspberry Rose|
|Baker||Signature (Fruit Loaf)||Technical ( Povitica )||Showstopper (36 Doughnuts )|
|Chetna||Date and Walnut Swirl Bread||1st||Chocolate Mousse Filled Doughnuts Braided Doughnuts|
|Luis||Black Forest Cherry Tree||2nd||Cocktail Doughnuts|
|Martha||Spiced Plum Iced Bread Swirl||5th||Glazed Lemon Poppyseed Doughnuts Chocolate Passion Fruit Doughnuts|
|Nancy||Lincolnshire Plum Braid||3rd||Doughnut Family Tree|
|Richard||Fruit Swedish Tea Ring||4th||Rhubarb and Custard Toffee Apple Doughnuts|
|Baker||Signature (24 Baklava )||Technical ( Schichttorte )||Showstopper (24 Entremets )|
|Chetna||Chocolate Orange Baklava Masala Chai Baklava||4th||Chocolate, Orange Nut Entremets Cappuccino Entremets|
|Luis||Indian Rose Baklava Halwa Baklava Rolls||1st||Chocolate Mousse Cherry Entremets Pomegranate, Fig Pistachio Sponges|
|Nancy||Coffee and Chocolate Baklava Breakfast Baklava||3rd||Raspberry Nonnettes Lime and Passion Fruit Entremets|
|Richard||Rose and Pistachio Baklava Walnut and Almond Baklava||2nd||Hazelnut Mocha Entremets Pink Grapefruit Entremets|
In fourth episode of the series, there was controversy over events that preceded the elimination of contestant Iain Watters. During the final Showstopper round, contestants were tasked with producing Baked Alaska. Iain's ice cream was Show as having not set, and in a show of frustration, he threw his bake in bin. Editing of the show suggest that another contestant, Diana Beard, had caused failure by removing ice cream from the freezer for her own ice cream, and perceived sabotage resulting in furore on social media networks. More than 800 complaints were lodged with the BBC, and some complained to communication watchdog Ofcom. Some members of the cast, however, posted comments in support of Diana, and the BBC spokesman later issued a statement: claim that his dish was only left out for a short time was, however, Challenge by Iain Watters, who said that it was leave long enough to ruin dessert. Fellow contestant Jordan Cox criticized the show's production, claiming the freezers were not very good in quality, and were chosen only for their aesthetics. Diana Beard left the show before the next episode was filmed due to illness. Beard later gave an interview to BBC Radio Shropshire: Beard also said that Iain's ice cream had been out of the freezer for no more than 40 seconds, and that her conscience was clear.
Season 11 of Great British Baking Show just launched on September 23, and already the first episode averaged a ground-breaking 6. 9 million viewers. The Pandemic created unique struggles for cast and crew, resulting in a two-week quarantine for everyone before shooting could begin. After 10 years on air, it's probably pretty well known that winners don't get a monetary prize, just a bouquet of flowers and a glass cake stand. So It's up to the winner to use publicity and fame to their advantage. Some past winners launched culinary and television careers. Others return to their day jobs, and few struggle to make any career at all. We'll take a look at all 10 past GBBS winners, and see how their lives changed after becoming definitive Star Baker of tent. Edd Kimber was a 24-Year-old bank debt collector job that he hat and, after being turned down For culinary school, he applied and was accepted for New Baking Show, Great British Baking Show. Everyone was friendly, but the show shut down on its First Day because hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc quit in protest due to the show's unkind approach. They were pointing cameras in Bakers' face and making them cry and saying 'Tell US about your dead gran, ' Perkins told Radio Times. So we had very stiff words about how we wanted to proceed. With those changes make, show was an immediate hit when the first episode air. Kimber's bakes were frequently praised by judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, and when Berry groaned with pleasure at eating Kimber's macaroons, he felt he might win the competition. Kimber admits that he made several businessy mistakes after winning that he advises other winners to avoid making. Since 2010, Kimber quit his bank job, written four cookbooks, launched a third career as a food photographer, and has made regular television appearances, including the Food Network Christmas Show With another GBBS winner, John Whaite. During the pandemic, Kimber and his partner hunker down in North London, where he frequently leaves delicious baked goods at his neighbors' front doors. Kimber still lives by GBBS philosophy: Home-Baked cake will always be received with a smile. Second Season winner of Great British Baking Show, Joanne Wheatley, has dubious claim of being the first GBBS contestant whose life makes gossip magazines. After winning the 2011 series, it was soon revealed that her husband, Richard, nickname Bear, was serving a seven-Year prison sentence for his participation in an over 76 million money-laundering scheme. To Wheatley's credit, she was upfront with GBBS producers about her jailbird hubby, but they didn't want her colorful Home Life to define who she would be on the show. As a BBC spokeswoman say: Joanne's husband's background Bear no relevance to the programme. As the BBC report, Wheatley's baking skills shone, particularly winning over Mary Berry with her perfect petits fours.
Candice leaves her job as a PE teacher after winning Bake Off to pursue a full-time career in baking. On show she was known for her pristine bakes and ever-changing lipstick colours, and now she has her own recipe book, Comfort: Delicious Bakes and Family Treats, has appeared on Loose Women and written column in Sunday Times. She also appeared on Dancing on Ice, partner with pro Matt Evers, but was eliminated in week two. Candice gets engaged to her boyfriend, Liam Macauley, shortly after winning Bake Off. You can follow her on Twitter at CandiceBrown and on Instagram at CandiceBrown.
Edd holds high honour of being the very first winner of Bake Off, way back in 2010. After winning, he left his job as debt collector and has released three cook books: Say It With Cake, Boy Who Bake and Patisserie make Simple. He was resident baker on Alan Titchmarsh Show in 2014, and continues to write about baking for publications including BBC Good Food, Delicious and Waitrose Kitchen, and on his blog, Boy Who Bake. He also has a popular cooking podcast, called Stir Pot. Edd lives in Highbury, London with his boyfriend. You can find him on Twitter at TheBoyWhoBakes and on Instagram, also at TheBoyWhoBakes.
Former children designer Frances Quinn beat favourite Rudy Tandoh to a shock win in 2013. A 34-year-old artist from Leicester stunned Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood with her elaborate bakes. Frances has since put her career on hold to fulfil her baking passions. She has baked for Clare Balding, Jools Holland and Quentin Blake, as well as designing Shards ' first anniversary cake. I have a habit of seeing everything as food and getting inspired both in and out of the kitchen, whether it's exhibition at Tate or a musician's new album, she say. France has also appeared in Vogue and last year released her own cook book, Quinntessential Baking. She now takes commissions for custom-make cakes for private clients.
Bake Off wasnt end of Johns baking education. After winning, he went off to earn himself a degree in Patisserie from Patisserie At Le Cordon Bleu in London, and now runs his own Cooking school in Lancashire. Hes released four recipe books: John Whaite Bakes, John Whaite Bakes At Home, Perfect Plates in 5 Ingredients and Comfort: Food to Soothe Soul. John also appears on TV quite regularly. He co-presents Chopping Block on ITV, and has also appeared on the likes of Lorraine, This Morning and, yes, Alan Titchmarsh Show. You can find him on Twitter at John_Whaite and on Instagram at John_Whaite.
Nadiya is the most successful Bake Off winner ever, and has made herself a household name since giving that incredibly emotional victory speech back in 2015. She hosts various BBC shows: Chronicles of Nadiya, which saw her explore recipes which shape her love of cooking; Nadiyas British Food Adventure, which follows her on a road trip across Britain to meet some of the countrys most exciting food pioneers; and Nadiyas Family Favourites, cookery Show which focuses on wholesome, home-cook Food. Nadiya also co-present Big Family Cooking Showdown-One of the BBCs answers to losing Bake Off to Channel 4-and has made regular appearances on One Show. Away from TV, columnist for Times Magazine and was on the shortlist for Childrens Book of Year prize at the 2017 British Book Awards for Bake Me Story. But perhaps most impressively of all, Nadiya was given the huge honour of baking Queens 90 birthday cake. All this while juggling being a mother to her three kids. You can find Nadiya on Twitter at BegumNadiya and on Instagram at nadiyajhussain.
Sophie beat stiff competition and whisked her way to the finale alongside hopefuls Steven Carter-Bailey and Kate Lyon. The ex-army officer impresses judges with her showstopper Entremet, which she calls Ode to Honey Bee. However, her win wasn't shock to many as judge Prue Leith accidentally let cat of bag on Twitter 12 hours before the show air. Sophie's victory was first to air on Channel 4 after Love Productions sold rights to competition over BBC. After winning, she announced her intention to travel the world as well as release a series of cookbooks.
|Episode no.||Airdate||Viewers (millions)||BBC One weekly ranking||Weekly ranking all channels|
|1||6 August 2014 ( 2014-08-06 )||8.51||1||1|
|2||13 August 2014 ( 2014-08-13 )||8.79||1||1|
|3||20 August 2014 ( 2014-08-20 )||9.28||1||1|
|4||27 August 2014 ( 2014-08-27 )||10.25||1||2|
|5||3 September 2014 ( 2014-09-03 )||9.95||1||2|
|6||10 September 2014 ( 2014-09-10 )||10.13||1||2|
|7||17 September 2014 ( 2014-09-17 )||10.28||1||2|
|8||24 September 2014 ( 2014-09-24 )||9.02 3||2||4|
|9||1 October 2014 ( 2014-10-01 )||10.67||1||1|
|10||8 October 2014 ( 2014-10-08 )||13.51||1||1|
Even when competition is at its most intense, everyone on this show is perfectly polite and pleasant. True, sometimes Paul Hollywood, with his blue eyes so blistering they could blowtorch creme brulee, can be a bit harsh. But generally, bakers are kind and supportive towards one another and so respectful of Berry and Hollywood decision-making that it borders on comical. I think it was the right decision, say one contestant after she got eliminate. When Perkins expresses sorrow that another boot baker has to go, departing amateur chef say, Oh no, I relieve, as if she doing everyone favor by getting kick Off. Later in the competition, when two sponge-pudding cakes fall on the floor and must be present in largely destroyed form, judges are so understanding that bakers who make errors praise them. I ca say anything more than how decent they were about it, she said to the camera. They were both very, very decent. Very, very decent: That best way to describe the Great British Baking Show.
Sure, we already had CustardGate, but that was mere trifle compared to the epic controversy of BinGate. Never has Bake Alaska caused so much drama as when Diana Beard was accused of sabotage when she took Iain Watters' ice cream out of her freezer, leading Iain to throw it away and present BIN to the judges. Diana never returned to the tent after that week, but it wasn't due to BinGate as she had lost her sense of taste and smell. And that wasn't even the only dodgy decision of the series as Enwezor Nzegwu had the audacity to use shop-buy icing on one of his bakes. Some might say it was icing on the cake of the classic Bake Off series that also had delightful bakers and seriously high pedigree, with Richard Burr getting five Star Baker awards and still not winning the series. But, like with Richard, this series is just pip to overall Star Baker crown by another.
|Episode no.||Airdate||Viewers (millions)||BBC Two weekly ranking|
|1||9 October 2014 ( 2014-10-09 )||1.99||12|
|2||10 October 2014 ( 2014-10-10 )||1.53||24|
|3||15 October 2014 ( 2014-10-15 )||2.16||7|
|4||16 October 2014 ( 2014-10-16 )||1.42||23|
|12 October 2014 ( 2014-10-12 )||N/A||N/A|
|16 December 2014 ( 2014-12-16 )||3.03||5|
Former Great British Bake Off contestant Luis Troyano has died at 48 years old from esophageal Cancer. His agent, Anne Kibel, announced the news on Twitter, saying that: sadly, my lovely client lost his brave fight against Oesophageal Cancer last week. Fantastic man with a love of baking that saw him get to the finals of GBBO, write a wonderful book, Bake It Great and do so much more. Always in our thoughts. She also shared JustGiving fundraiser for Macmillan Cancer Support, British charity that provides specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer. Page also shared a message from Luis himself: Luis was a finalist on season Five of Great British Bake Off, known as Collection One of Great British Baking Show in America on Netflix. He became a fan favorite on the Show and published his cookbook Bake It Great in 2015. Show pay tribute to him in tweet: fans quickly flood into replies to tweet, sharing some of their favorite memories of Luis. Former Bake Off contestants, hosts, and judges also tweet in memory of their beloved baker.
Testing bakers ' personality, creative flair and baking ability, main challenge here is to produce something cute, rustic and altogether home-make-looking. It is in this test that bakers get to show off their tried-and-test handcooked bites. This challenge separates wheat from chaff. Take one basic recipe, with the same ingredients and instructions, and ask our bakers to produce a finished product that sounds easy? Well, any variation on the finished product will be the result of their own technical knowledge and experience-or lack of. Bakers are laid bare in this task and this is where pressures really on in Bake Off. Oven gloves are off in this final Challenge where bakers are able to showcase their depth of skill and talent. The complexities of this task call for professional standards in taste and appearance. Are they up to IT? Judges will be looking for the most impressive and elaborate creations-that better taste first-class too.
After ten weeks of baking mayhem, calm finally descended on the Baking Show tent. Mary and Paul take up reins to make signature, technical and showstopper challenges that they set bakers in the first couple of weeks of the series, and show us what they would have done had their roles been reversed in a tent. Paul makes blackcurrant and liquorice swirly swiss roll, whilst Mary takes us through the very first technical of the series-her perfect cherry cake with lemon icing. Paul demonstrates how to make two types of savoury biscuits, and Mary shows us the correct way to make florentines, before finishing with her Show-stopping miniature classic coffee and walnut cakes.
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