In the Season 4 premiere, nine bakers must create eye-catching and tantalizing new holiday treats for seasonal parties; in the pre-heat, bakers create a dessert with an unusual candy-cane flavor; for...
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 ... See full summary »
In this four-episode competition series, five teams are comprised of candy makers, pumpkin carvers, and cake decorators. While working together to create the ultimate Halloween themed ... See full summary »
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.
David Eric Rosenberg
Season 2 contestant John Marasco is the brother of Season 1 contestant Dante Marasco who was eliminated in the third round. Dante is US NAVY while brother John is a firefighter in Los Angeles, Ca. See more »
I tried this show starting with Season 1 but was quickly turned off by the obnoxious CHARACTERS they cast. I guess it's a trope that gay men are swishy and cry all the time? Pretty insulting. When they didn't eliminate Erin for the worst baking of the episode, it became clear they had already decided she would win - and we were going to be stuck with her insufferable tweeness for the duration. Do the producers feed them corny, stupid lines to say in their interviews? Because no normal people really talk like that, right? Also it's a mystery to me why people would go on a baking championship who: Don't make cookies, don't make pies, have a severe nut allergy, and have never worked with common ingredients. That's just 8 people A YEAR, Food Network, and you can't find capable bakers? Maybe you should import them from the UK.
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