Take one big tent. Fill it with twelve amateur bakers. Garnish with one venerable cookery writer, one blue-eyed bread-maker, and two comedy queens with a love of innuendo, and you have the recipe for the most popular food program of our times. Here was a show in which the biggest weekly drama was whether or not a sponge cake would sink in the middle. And oh, how we loved it. This companion to the GBBO is the ultimate fan book; from bread lions to "Bingate," heart throbs to Twitter trolls, soggy bottoms to sticky buns, these are the moments we remember, with oodles of personal observations from presenters and bakers alike.
The Story Of The Great British Bake Off: A Celebration of a National Obsession
Author: Anita Singh.