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Re: Great British Bake Off 2019

Anyone watched Biscuit week? I caught up last night and I wanted to eat A LOT of the goods that were baked! @Mi-Amigo You'll be happy to hear next week is Bread week, your favourite Smiley Happy

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I did @EmilieT . I was so sad to see the University student go, although he did make a pigs ear of every challenge. rofl Bless

 

I wonder if they are going to do a showstopper every week. I don't recall they did it like this last year?

It was a great show, though I hate fig rolls with a passion

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Re: Great British Bake Off 2019

Hi guys

I missed this week`s show. I`ll try and hunt it out on catch up.

To be honest, although I love biscuits [fig rolls included - sorry @Cleoriff ], biscuit week is my least fav.

Thanks for the info @EmilieT that next week is Bread Week. I`ll definitely be watching that thumbsup

 

By the way, who got star baker this week? and were there any disasters in the techy round, which always seems to catch at least one baker out?

 

Thanks again for the posts.

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Jamie was the one who left. (the youngest contestant ever.)

The teacher Alice Fevronia was star baker. @Mi-Amigo 

 

Oh and there were a few disasters....

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@Cleoriff I agree it's a shame he left, he was very funny! It wasn't too much of a suprise though sweat smile I don't remember if there was a showstopper every week in the past years, but I don't mind - they're doing so well so far. I can already see a few going quite far ... 

 

@Mi-Amigo @viridis Let us know what you thought when you're all caught up! Smiley Happy

 

 

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@EmilieT wrote:

 

@Mi-Amigo @viridis Let us know what you thought when you're all caught up! Smiley Happy

 

I`ve had a chance to catch up and must say how great it was to see them rally round to help each other out - especially Michelle [week one`s star baker] helping Jamie, who was popular in the tent and with viewers, and it was a shame he got sent home. 

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I could really relate to Jamie. My grandson is the same age and he can just about cook a spag bol rofl

 

I agree @Mi-Amigo , it's lovely the way this group have bonded, and help each other out.

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@Mi-Amigo wrote:
must say how great it was to see them rally round to help each other out - especially Michelle [week one`s star baker] helping Jamie, who was popular in the tent and with viewers, and it was a shame he got sent home.

Very heartwarming @Mi-Amigo, I really like this series so far hugging

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Bread Week tonight Bouncy Happy Dance yum

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Enjoy @Mi-Amigo! I'll be catching up on that tomorrow evening probably hugging I'm sure it's going to be great and make me super hungry, can't wait ...

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