TIME TO FAKE IT UN­TIL YOU BAKE IT

If you liked... THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - TV Guide - - THE WEEK’S TOP SHOWS - – Siob­han Duck

AC­CORD­ING to count­less lin­guis­tics sur­veys, the most re­viled word in the English lan­guage is “moist”. Ap­par­ently, a size­able ma­jor­ity of the pop­u­la­tion will shud­der, cringe and even feel sick to the stom­ach just hear­ing the word ut­tered out loud. If you are one of those folks then be warned, The Great Aus­tralian Bake Off may not be for you. You see, in the bak­ing shed, the word “moist” is bandied about with giddy aban­don. In fact, it ap­pears to be the high­est com­pli­ment you can pay a baker, prompt­ing judge Mag­gie Beer (pic­tured) to palat­able. The same can­not be said for some of the desserts in episode one. One young woman uses a bizarre com­bi­na­tion of stout and may­on­naise in her cake. If that wasn’t enough, she added av­o­cado and cau­li­flower to the ic­ing. It sounds dis­gust­ing and yet Mag­gie and fel­low judge Matt Mo­ran weren’t reach­ing for a bucket after sam­pling it. Some of the cakes that were pre­sented have to be seen to be be­lieved. This is a show that you can watch with the whole fam­ily and come away feel­ing joy­ful and hun­gry!

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