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The Bake-off Flanders breaks more eggs than pots

The first episode of ‘Bake off Flanders’: gender-reveal-cakes and illusiecakes on a bed of hubris

The second season of Bake off Flanders has a first bite: the youngest participant who worldwide ever participated in the bakwedstrijd is the sixteen-year-old Lucas – pronounced as ” Luka …

The second season of Bake off Flanders has a first bite: the youngest participant who worldwide ever participated in the bakwedstrijd is the sixteen-year-old Luke – speak as ‘Luka’. He has a cute sproetensnoetje and bakes not that bad, but we hope that it will meet the nefarious mechanic is that he is so pedanterig from the first episode. “They can all go home,” said Lucas, when his first cake out of the oven came. ‘The perfection itself! ” was his judgment on his jaffacakes.

Something similar posited on the illusiecake – we learn to – in the form of a black ruitershelm on a white chesterfieldkussentje of cake. Yes, he can bake and yes-haa, he has a month at the chocolatier Dominique Persoone worked, but what a youth who is the whole Lucas for the time being. We give him a chance and will the but the puberty stick, or to an overcompensation of the nerves – which he also salt flambeerde in place of sugar.

Nerves were there also at the very disarming Saadia, who are already halfway through the first test next to the tent sat and wept from misery. That was a red wire in one for the rest striking pastel pink delivery: Saadia that there is really nothing of a liver and said ‘that home a thousand times yet never fails.” They forgot a crucial ingredient, cakes came in, but halfway out of the form, its filling refused obstinately to to fill. Let it be a lesson: it’s never good when your daughter you secretly signs up for a tv program. And yet, if Saadia provisional stay.

With thanks to the friendly Georges, who is there especially for her to be even less of a liver. Because it must be said: there yawned an enormous gap between the three best bakers and the rest. We were not so stingy, we now put our entire fortune on the three finalists.

What I have to say: the jury is more severe than last season and the candidates are more colorful. How the Limburg Deborah rrrabàààrrrberrr’ said and the opinion leader Herman Van Dender her boot cobble! (Do you know what I dèèènk? You go somewhere ááánders moeien!’) How Kenneth fell to hubris by his first cake already to want to smoke on cherry wood. How Veerle tracks on the latest trends by the sex of her first grandchild to reveal the pink fill of her gender reveal cake. And how young Denise, who is vegan bakes, fifty kilos fell off, and now all of a tattoo of the Bake offlogo.

This program breaks down a lot more eggs than pots, but remains somewhat fresh, fine and made with care. You look for the creations that succeed, but also for the wasters.

Bake off Flanders. Wednesday at 20: 35 hours on Four.

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