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September 07, 2010

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emma

I love it too! The downside is that watching it does make you rather hungry.... but it has inspired my teenagers to do some baking, which has got to be a good thing.

m

Surely you only make Victoria sandwich when you fancy a trifle?

steffi

silver fox! nice buns! can I just die here laughing? lovely post. although I can't stand the now tried and tested format of these TV programs, this one does charm the pants off me too. x

jane

Just watched it and am inspired to make a souffle this weekend. My Paul Holloway crush will have reached epic proportions by the final.
J x

Katie Warrick

It feels odd to get so competitive over baking a cake...but it gets me every week! I'd love to get stern talking to from the silver fox!!

jane

I know Katie but they do it such a civillised BBC2 type way that somehow it seems ok!
Jx

amanda

I have just looked at TSF's (as I shall now be abbreviating him to) recipe for scones and he puts in 5 teaspoons of baking powder! I could raise the Titanic with 5 teaspoons of baking powder.....

jane

5 teaspoons?!!! Dont think my ovens tall enough. Can feel a SF post coming on !!

Sarah Broomfield

I really enjoyed watching this, i love cooking. I really would like to buy your big metal pole cake stand, please could you tell me where i could buy one. Its bigger than most just what i could do with for our family partys. Many Thanks. xx

Nike Jordan

Well, if crime fighters fight crime and fire fighters fight fire, what do freedom fighters fight? They never mention that part to us, do they?"

Margaret Mills

Could not believe the amount of hair hanging over the food while being prepared, what happened to the hairnets?

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