Prue Leith has revealed a revelation about baking. The Great British Bake Off judge spoke at her cooking school
Prue Leith has surprised Great British Bake Off fans by giving the revelation that she does not really like to bake so much. The food writer made the candid remark when she attended an event at a new cooking school in Cornwall, and was asked when she first discovered her passion for baking.
Instead of providing her reaction with sugar, Prue admitted: "I have no passion for baking." According to Cornwall Live, she added: "I have a passion for eating pies, but I am more interested in savory cooking than baking."
Prue Leith says she does not really like baking
The 78-year-old was talking at the launch of a new pop-up cooking school in connection with the Leith School of Food and Wine, which she co-founded in 1975. The revelation can come as a shock, given how Prue was previously brought out a book Leith & # 39; s Book of Baking, and shares a number of sweet recipes in her new book, Prue: My All-time Favorite Recipes, released on September 20th.
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Nonetheless, Prue rather said how much she works on Bake Off after replacing Mary Berry when the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017. Chatting with a question and answer for the new series GBBO, Prue revealed that the cast likes to spend time together. She explained: "I can honestly say that I have never worked on a TV show that is more relaxed and fun to be on … Everyone is nice to us and we are treated so well … I love it "The talent" to be called! Is not much talent in eating food, but I love it .I remember somebody once said: "Cappuccino for the talent" and I thought: I am! & # 39;
Prue has been a judge at The Great British Bake Off since 2017
The TV personality has become steady friends with her co-judge, Paul Hollywood, and the presenters of the show, Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding, and revealed that the team even has its own Whatsapp group. "We have a small gang of four … [on Whatsapp]"she explained." It is really friendly! We all like it, and Sandi is very funny, and Noel, and they are as if they are not on the set, they can not stop, so there is usually a lot of laughter. "
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