This is Paul—a contestant on the Great British Baking Show Holiday Edition, season not noted down. Yep, the woman who takes notes on everything relaxed her standards last year.
Didn’t seem to be any point, I was watching so many cooking shows. I couldn’t get out because I couldn’t drive (post-cataract vision effects). I didn’t have the supplies I needed, or the kitchen space to make the three different types of Baked Alaska I designed on the page. I just kept watching.
Let’s face it. I find the creative process interesting. Whether it’s related to paint or in this case to food.
If you are still at home because of Covid-19 I recommend you check out some of the cooking shows available. Netflix has the Great British Baking show and great mini-documentaries on famous chefs, street chefs (some of those stories are hard to watch—so much hard work), celebrity chefs.
I’m still watching a lot of cooking shows. I enjoy the kids’ baking competitions, but I had to give up on “Buddy vs. Duff.” It left me agitated rather than uplifted. The other shows all leave me inspired. I love Duff from “Ace of Cakes” and the kids’ baking competition and several other shows so I’ll watch him on those and see what he gets up to creatively.
Do you have a favorite baking show? Let me know. Maybe it’s one I haven’t seen.