The final of the final BBC series of The Great British Bake Off arrived and Sarah Ledger made sure our live blog went out with a buttercream bang. There are, of course, sugar-dusted spoilers.
There are just 120 minutes of The Great British Bake Off left on the BBC *sniff* but let’s not dwell on that. It’s Patisserie Week and GBBO superfan, Alison Carr was first with her hand up to live blog every last moment of in-tent drama. Join her from 8pm.
The Great British Bake Off has reached the quarter finals stage and the five remaining bakers will be faced with a triple challenge inspired by the Tudors, (the royal ones, not the crisps). Sarah Ledger is wearing the live blog crown tonight. Join her from 8pm.
Week Seven of The Great British Bake Off was all about the desserts and Ashley Davies live blogged every last bowl scrape of the in-tent proceedings.
Week six of Bake Off and the bakers were taking on a challenge never before seen in the tent of piping dreams. Alison Carr was beside herself to see how Botanical Week unfolded. She live blogged the lot.
Week Five of the Great British Bake Off was all about the pastry prowess of the remaining eight contestants. Fiona Longmuir grabbed her rolling pin before returning to live soggy-bottom-blogging duties.
As the remaining episodes of this series of the Great British Bake Off take on new, wistful meaning, *sniff*, we’re continuing to live blog each and every hot bap, soggy bottom and erect biscuit. Sarah Ledger was Standard Issue’s star baker for Batter Week.
The Great British Bake Off returned to our screens on Wednesday with a belter of a Bread Week. Fiona Longmuir kneaded to see it. And live blogged the yeasty pants off it. Relive it here.
After the bakers set their stalls out during Cake Week, 11 of them returned to the marquee to battle over their biscuit skills. Founding GBBO devotee Alison Carr was watching and live blogging every last crumb.
The Great British Bake Off returned to our screens (and hearts, of course) on Wednesday as one short of a baker’s dozen began their quest for Mary Berry’s affections. Jenny Shelton live blogged the lot.