The Great British Bake Off: episode six – live | The Great British Bake Off
Noel is just saying that he has dated a woman who put flowers in resin.
Totally normal thing for Noel to be saying.
Josh coming out with another peak Josh moment, while he talks about his nan:
“We would grow hibiscus flowers in our conservatories and we would see who could grow the most.”
Tasha has decided to sign instead of talking while explaining her recipe, as she doesn’t know how to pronounce so many of the words.
Credit where it is due. I love how accommodating Bake Off and Channel 4 has made it for Tasha, without making it a big deal at all.
Saku is making an earl grey cheesecake: “I don’t really have artistic skills.”
Saku, take that back! Your own name piped on a bake the other week defined creativity.
Matty is talking about his alcohol infused floral bake.
“When you put elderflower in prosecco with some raspberries in, it is a real masculine drink I find as well, so people look scared when you’re drinking it.”
Matty, have you ever been on a stag do?
The cake must be beautifully holding together, which is the opposite of me right now.
Oh and Paul and Prue are talking about cat pee, as we’re on Channel 4.
Well, it is botanical week. Glad they finally settled on flowers.
So Josh and Cristy are frontrunners, but who is at the bottom?
Tasha didn’t have a good technical, but was a clear frontrunner in the signature.
And here are the rankings. 7: Tasha (“a bit clumsy on the icing”) 6. Dana (she remarked that she didn’t know why the colours in her bake were off, resulting in her trademark giggle.). 5. Saku. 4, Matty. 3. Dan. 2. Josh (needed a little bit more time/thyme, can’t really tell which.) 1. Cristyyyyyyy.
Dan’s did not have enough thyme. Matty’s didn’t contain enough thyme. Dana’s did not contain enough thyme. Tasha’s contains enough thyme. Cristy’s contains enough thyme. Saku’s contained enough thyme. Josh’s did not contain enough thyme.
It is just the same review, thyme after thyme.
I’m really sorry.
And now … a tense moment, as the bakers flip their drizzle cakes.
If they hadn’t lined their tins (my advice for life: always line your tins) then they’ll experience the consequences. And, of course, Prue hadn’t warned them about this.
Josh: “The worst thing will be for it to not come out.”
Funnily enough, I said the same thing to myself in front of a mirror when I was 14.