The Great British Bake Off

Many members of the show's Season 5 made a wedding cake for Martha Collison's nuptials.
“Reminds me of 'Rocky,'” said contestant Jon Jenkins after he downed a whole lot of protein.
From Imogen and Cressida to Alfie and Jasper.
After an extended break, the "Great British Bake-Off"--everyone's favorite slow-paced, well-natured, not-at-all-cutthroat reality show--returns next week for its seventh season.
The one thing these stories all have in common: they were surprises. Nobody expects love to strike -- it just does, which is a little crazy, since those meetings are among the most important of our entire lives.
If the PBS broadcast is a hit, it may help the show's creators get another American adaptation off the ground.
It's as heartwarming and comforting as a batch of cookies baked by your grandmother.
Meet British baker Paul Hollywood, described as "the George Clooney of baking" and judge on the CBS reality series "The American Baking Competition," premiering May 29. Here, admiring British fans introduce him to US audiences. Hollywood is also a judge on the UK version of the show, "The Great British Bake Off."
Based on the hit UK series "The Great British Bake-Off," the CBS version will be hosted by comedian Jeff Foxworthy and judged