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Season 3, Episode 4: Old School Week

Old School Week’s challenges transport the bakers back in time to recreate homey baked goods of the past

Old School Week’s challenges transport the bakers back in time to recreate homey baked goods of the past

Season 3, Episode 4: Old School Week

Great Canadian Baking Show

1 year agoVideo
1:54
Things get far out and groovy in the tent as the bakers tackle classic recipes from decades past. 1:54

Old School Week's challenges transport the bakers back in time to recreate homey baked goods of the past. The bakers made a boss Signature bake, a gnarly Technical, and a Showstopper that was far out, man. 

The judges selected a groovy Star Baker, and then had the totally bogus task of telling one baker that their time in the tent had come to an end, and they had to go home.

Did you see how many decades we referenced just there? 

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For this week's Technical Bake, the bakers tried their hand at crème caramel, a tricky dessert that was a menu staple at fancy restaurants in the 1950s and '60s.

This mid-century French restaurant favourite was the technical challenge for The Great Canadian Baking Show's Old School Week. (Geoff George)

For a Showstopper, the bakers were asked to make a celebration slab cake. It was Jasmine's rosé cake, celebrating her graduating class, that helped put her over the top, winning our youngest baker the Old School Week Star Baker crown.

Star Baker: Old School Week

Great Canadian Baking Show

1 year agoVideo
0:43
Who was Old School Week's grooviest, most far-out boss baker? 0:43

Sadly, Jay struggled, and wound up being sent home.

Want to make another classic dessert at home? Let Great Canadian Baking Show judge Kyla Kennaley show you how to make butterscotch pudding. 

How to make Butterscotch Pudding

Great Canadian Baking Show

1 year agoVideo
2:00
Judge Kyla Kennaley shows how to master this old school treat. 2:00

 

 

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