Eight professional bakers compete to win the title of the Spring Baking Champion and $50,000. Each round is started with a preheat challenge and the winner gains an advantage for the main ...
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The Food Network brings together the worst bakers in the US, making two teams with the help of renown bakers Duff Goldman and Lorraine Pascale, pitting them against each other for a grueling six weeks to see who is the best of the worst.
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Two fashion stylists and a team of hair and makeup advisors help revamp the look of individuals who have been nominated by their friends for makeovers due to their lamentable appearance, using a $5,000 budget.
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Eight professional bakers compete to win the title of the Spring Baking Champion and $50,000. Each round is started with a preheat challenge and the winner gains an advantage for the main heat. The loser of the main heat is sent home. Each episode features different baked goods and techniques.Written by
The contestants had a funky jaundiced makeup for their interviews in Season 2. Is the Food Network really that unprofessional? The REQUIRED oppositional nastiness between the two women judges is professional-wrestling quality and really makes the so-called judging questionable. Then round it out with wanna-be food stars gushing over their every move ("Then I mixed that EGG into my cookie dough! Then I folded that FLOUR into the cake! Then I actually BAKED the cake in the oven!")
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