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Behind the scenes of THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF

RECIPES CHETNA MAKAN, EDD KIMBER, MARTHA COLLISON AND JOHN WHAITE

Chetna Makan, semi-finalist in 2014

BEHIND THE SCENES “I’ve done quite a few stressful things in my life, but taking part in Bake Off was extreme. Week one was so difficult. You’re used to how your own oven works, but in the tent you don’t even know where the spoons are! And the time pressure is something else; when you’re cooking at home you’re on your own, but suddenly everyone is watching you and they see if you go wrong. But you soon get into the groove. I had so much fun baking with all those lovely people – we still meet up every few months.”

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