The series that single-handedly let me through the quarantine period is back to spread some festive joy-and a little butter frosting. "The Great British Baking Show" (known as "The Great British Bake Off" in the UK) holds an annual holiday competition. Starting from the 2016 "British Baking", it includes two special shows every year. Among these specialties, the four bakers who returned from the previous season vie to bake in a series of holiday-themed challenges (for example, past challenges include baking traditional German Stollen wreaths.) And from time to time. A special -holiday-special, just like the actors of "Delhi Girls" in 2019 taking part in the challenge.
"The Great British Bake Off" was originally broadcast on BBC One and BBC Two, but in 2017, the show was transferred from the BBC to Channel 4 in the UK. In the second year, Netflix obtained the exclusive streaming rights for the series in the United States, and now it’s time for us to look at the wreaths, pastries and brazen allusions in the next special show.
Check out the trailer below:
Comedian and host Matt Lucas ("bridesmaid") greeted him as "the ghost of the past baker" and welcomed the former contestants of "The Great British Baking Show" since the first episode of 2010 The white tents that have always accommodated the series. We saw the return of familiar faces Helena and Henry (from the 2019 season), Rahul (2018) and Nancy (2014). They all briefly expressed their importance. A mixture of excitement and tension when returning to the game. The success of the show is considered to be the main reason for the soaring enthusiasm for baking throughout the UK and Ireland. The Daily Telegraph reported in 2012 that its popularity contributed to a surge in sales of bakery products. I personally know quite a few North Americans. They were inspired to make sour appetizers and learn how to make fruit candies by watching the show of the former host of the show, Mary Berry. All viewers are welcome to enter the wonderful Baking world.
One of the biggest challenges faced by the contestants is what the host Paul Hollywood calls the "festival feast illusion cake", and may be inclined to the short-lived super-realistic cake craze sweeping countries in 2020. Remember when everything is a cake and reality is just a suggestion? Here, they are making fake turkey and grilled meat with lots of fudge flakes and glitter spray. I can’t help but wonder if this holiday edition of "The Great British Baking Show" will turn into a hilarious episode "It's done!" Only time will give the answer.