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The Great British Bake Off Finale: Mockingjay Posted By Katy St. Clair on Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 9:06 AM

Published Mar 3




The first round involved fancy french words that basically meant filled croissants.

It’s hard to believe that this is the first time our heroes have had to face high precipitation, but tis proper it rained in England.

The droplets did not seem to sag the rise though, as we say in bakingdom. It was down to Luis, Nancy, and Richard, and frankly could go any way. The judges were cruel in that they gave them minimal time to do ridiculous things, but the tasks were pretty easy-peasy.

The first round involved elegant french words that basically meant filled croissants. They’ve already done this of course, but this time every little thing was pointed out by Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry.


Luis made an homage to his hometown (I think, never heard of the place) which it seems is a bit like the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk except with fish and chips.

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