Bake Off


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Bake Off

A final decision-making event in which two products are compared side-by-side in order to determine which is better. A company may conduct a bake-off, for example, to decide which product will receive the most funding for marketing purposes.
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BBC One will air a special called The Great Sport Relief Bake Off, a four-part series that will see 16 celebrities bake off against each other in a bid to raise money for Sport Relief.
The Prime Minister's wife will compete against 15 other stars in the Great Sport Relief Bake Off to raise money for Sport Relief.
Megan is the only Welsh contestant left on the show - which is a spin-off from the hugely-successful Great British Bake Off - where young contestants take part in a series of technical bakes and 'Showstopper Challenges' to impress a panel of judges.
The Great Ingleby Barwick Bake Off was held on Saturday at All Saints Academy.
It will feature wellknown Bake Off winners and bakers past and present, including series six winner Nadiya Hussain, demonstrating their most memorable creations from the tent.
Bake Off semi-finalist Flora, from Dunkeld in Perthshire, also revealed she has taken a break from her studies at St Andrews University to write a cookbook.
Mary, fellow judge Paul Hollywood and the Bake Off team have FIVE entries in the Top 10 compiled by Tesco, with cookbooks at Nos 1, 3, 6, 9 and 10.
To celebrate the fifth series of the popular BBC One series The Great British Bake Off, leading independent online literature retailer the Book People is offering a range of top baking books at low prices.
Brendan, the runner-up from the third series of the TV show Great British Bake Off in 2012, has been boosting the well-being of dementia sufferers.