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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She added it was clear that the BBC lost Bake Off after six years and seven series because "of funding".
Labour's Chi Onwurah, and right, the cast of the Great British Bake Off
Organisers, with the help of sponsors CPS Homes, aim to stage an all-day music event running alongside the bake off, featuring local acts as well as well-known artists.
The junior bake off will also include best cake and best decorated cake.
Event organiser Wayne Courtney said: "I am so proud of the success of the Great Roath Bake Off and it's been amazing to watch it grow every year.
"Team members made up of volunteers and previous Bake Off winners set up workshops in a local school and we were able to pay for everything so children could come along and learn about baking and cake decorating.
The H&H crew are no strangers to baking as earlier this year the company held its very own extremely successful company bake off.
From left, Rachel Stamper, Kally Scott and Fiona Whelan at the Pink Bake Off at Harrison and Hetherington's > Auction Mart when the charity bakers raised PS350 for the Breakthrough Breast Cancer appeal
Penalising rather than celebrating people inspired by Bake Off to raise money for good causes was a debacle that left a sour taste.
The Reithian mission statement of "educate, inform and entertain" is harder than ever to maintain in our brash and noisy digital universe but Bake Off manages to fulfil this.
Love Productions behaved in a very un-BBC way towards the Great Roath Bake Off and now it is taking the BBC-ness out of Bake Off altogether.
Bake Off has come a long way since that first series tucked away on BBC2 in 2010.