"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
Enjoyed it, like I knew I would. I took to the men more than the women this time, but I like Tasha and the foraging girl whose name has escaped me.
Thanks, hen :)
We just finished watching the 2022 season here in Canada, so we won't see your crop of new contestants until next year. Always a year behind! But I do enjoy the show, especially Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood.
The new lot seem a bit more rum than last years bunch
I don't watch any cookery programmes, sorry! I just find them all so irritating. Maybe because I'm not that interested in food. I eat to stay alive, but really can't be arsed faffing about!
I will see a t here in the US on Netflix this Friday. There is something so comforting about this show. How is the new host?
Bake of yourself ye plum duff!
I still like Mel and Sue and the delightful Mary Berry far more that the new crew.We also don't get the current shows you get in the UK.Hugs!
We thought the wrong person was picked to go.
I enjoy the comic celebrity bake offs. Good job with the avatar.
Contains 'spoilers'........Unusually for me, I watched it and it was happy-daddy Dan (back row, extreme left) who got my attention most. V. pleased when he 'won' overall winner of this first episode. But sorry to see Amos go, especially with his tearful farewell.
I enjoyed it. I thought their animal show stoppers were really good. Also thought the beaver line was very funny!
Bake-off! Is it that time again!?
The beaver comment was brilliant. I am now watching this new series and the old series on Food Network. Last week I saw Nancy win all over again and this week Nadiya is in the tent. Funnily enough even though I know the final outcome I am still really enjoying how they actually got to the final, and it is nice to see the old crew back together.
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