The Visual Aids For The Great British Bake Off's 'Bread Week' Are A Labour Of Loaf
This week’s episode really has everything you knead.
Listen along with the Two Spotted Dicks podcast on "Bread Week" to learn that the Swedish army never conquered the world because all a small German village had to do was make them a bunch of buns. D'ough!
Bread is Paul's area of expertise! Think he's going to be a dick about it?
We know this show is corny as Iowa, but they could have workshopped the "on a roll" joke a little more.
Benjamina and Paul argue about whether this is a babka or a courounne. The chyron writers are Team Benjamina!
Trying to figure out why this is called cobbled loaf. I guess we'll never know!
"Your bread reminds me of a scene in a movie where a disgusting alien bursts out of the stomach of its victims" is generally not something you want to hear whilst baking.
Candice continues to try too much -- Paul even warns her about it -- and it backfires on her, again.
Sue's not shy about showing what she thinks of Paul's crankiness this week.
So this is dampfnudel, huh? Doesn't look too bad!
Well, maybe not so much these ones.
We prefer Spatzen-Quartett Regensberg's earlier albums, before they started working with Katy Perry's songwriters.
Sue was talking about the fact the bakers had to do math, but it's pretty great that "pain" is also French for "bread."
Adam has titled this "Two Breads Fucking." He's not wrong.
Nobody could tell what was going on with Val's ark. God said to Noah, "There's gonna be a blobby, blobby!"
Did Andrew mishear "flour" as "flower" like Danny did?
Here's hoping Cyprus doesn't go to war over its flag's treatment here.
Kate really had no problems with the plaiting (braiding), as you can see here.
Paul felt Tom didn't so much make bread as a bunch of buns stuck together, but the judges are fine with it -- and so's Adam, because it looks delicious.
Pesto? Good! Parmesan? Good! Chili? Good! Chorizo? Good! Bacon? Good!