The 54-year-old chef and family food writer married ‘Bake Off’ star Paul in 1998, and the pair have one teenage son, Josh
Andrew comes back strong one hour in with his second batch of puff pastry. First to stumble is Andrew with his dry crumbly pastry. Sleep deprived Jane’s pesto with sun dried tomato and tapenade palmiers have a lovely flavour but her oily choice of filling made them a little soggy.
Yorkshire Pudding Watching is an increasingly popular activity set to rival trainspotting in the UK. Jane wasn’t the only one off to a shaky start, after an initial deflated batch Candice, Kate and Tom all had to redo their puds, even native Yorkshire lass Val struggled (and it was her mum’s recipe), “They’re not going to allow me into Yorkshire ever again.” Oh Val, we love you.
Sadly the chapel collapsed and the gingerbread likenesses of her and her beau bore a striking resemblance to Mr Blobby. It’s been a series of disasters for Louise but this one took the biscuit and the hairdresser from Cardiff was given the chop. “I came, I tried, I had a disaster.” She joked.
[Photo: BBC] The big tent’s been erected and twelve hopefuls have made it through the flaps to kick off series seven of the Great British Bake Off. Waves of palpable excitement rose across the nation as the familiar sight of Mary’s motionless iced barnet finally appeared on our screens. Olympics? What Olympics?