Know your way around a Yorkshire pud? Know your puff pastry from your Choux pastry? Then the 12th series of Bake Off is waiting for you! We all know Yorkshire folk know their way around good food. It’s no surprise this county has some great Michelin star restaurants and awards for fish & chips, restaurants and hotels coming out our ears.
If you think you could earn an elusive Hollywood handshake? They are looking for Amateur bakers for the next series of the Bake Off, so you if you think you have what it takes. You have to be over 18 years of age, and be available to shoot from April and August 2021.
You will have to hurry up as they posted on their official Twitter feed yesterday that there isn’t much time left, if you’d like to give it a go next year. Follow the link at the bottom, if you think you’ve got what it takes!
You cannot have been a chef or have baked in a professional capacity if you would like to apply. The applications for the twelfth series are open now and will close Sunday 6th December just e before midnight.
Previous Yorkshire folk that have made an impact on the are Dan Chambers, series 10 from Rotherham; Luke Thompson, series 9 from Sheffield; Amelia Le Bruin, series 10 from Halifax; Sandy Doherty, series 6 from Yeadon; Karen Wright, series 9 from Wakefield; Helen Garcia, series 10 from Leeds; Howard Middleton, series 4 from Sheffield; Danny Bryden, series 3 from Sheffield; Kim-Joy Hewlett, series 9 from Leeds; Ed Limber, series 1 from Bradford; and of course Nadiya Hussain, series six from Leeds who was a winner!
If you’d like to see your name amongst these proud Yorkshire folk, there is only one thing to do! You can find the application form here. Good luck!
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