Twenty crimps on your pasty
50 min

Pastry Week started off with a challenge to make Cornish Pasties, which put the pressure on poor Marc, because he lives in Cornwall, so therefore apparently his was expected to be much better than everyone else's! Paul even asked how many crimps they should have, but then wasn't quite sure himself! The technical challenge saw them tasked with making an eclair and for all we know Linda is still working up her 864th batch of choux pastry. Finally the showstopper saw the bakers make a caged tart before Paul and Prue handed over a 5th different star baker of the series whilst we were left with only seven bakers in the tent.


Josh, Jane and Howard were joined by the brilliant Dan Beasley Harling once more - as we recorded this podcast remotely via Zoom. We'd like your questions and comments to keep us going in the new series. Hit us up at thebakedown@bakewithalegend.com and we'll read out your comments on the upcoming episodes.


We are having great fun hosting online baking classes for fans from all around the world and more classes have gone up on sale this week. Whether you'd like to learn how to make pasteis de nata, florentines, a profiterole stack, macarons or so much more, check out our latest online baking classes on our website. Classes tend to start at 5pm UK on Saturday and Sunday to accommodate bakers from around the world, in particular our many friends from the USA. They're great fun and if you use the code PODCAST at checkout you'll get 10% off.


Also, perhaps you're missing your work colleagues or friends and thinking about how you can have a fun activity during these difficult times and a private online event with us is the perfect answer! We're also starting to book in Christmas Parties! Head over to our website learn more about online baking classes.


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