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Great Australian Bake Off, Great British Bake Off, Masterchef Australia and everything in between. Let Kristie and Chris take you on an amusing tour of some of the most enjoyable food television shows around .

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    • 4.5 • 18 Ratings

Great Australian Bake Off, Great British Bake Off, Masterchef Australia and everything in between. Let Kristie and Chris take you on an amusing tour of some of the most enjoyable food television shows around .

    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Executive Producer Alenka Henry

    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Executive Producer Alenka Henry

    Chris and Kristie return to talk to #BakeoffAU Executive Producer Alenka Henry. We discuss what it's like bringing the show back, with new production and a pandemic, her background in food television, and look back over what was a great season.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Matt Moran

    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Matt Moran

    Chris and Kristie return to talk to #BakeoffAU royalty, the one and only Matt Moran. In this chat, we talk about working with Maggie, what keeps him coming back for more, and the Rocklea Pub. A fantastic chat! 

    • 30 min
    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Hint of the Myrtle

    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Hint of the Myrtle

    Chris and Kristie return to the shed for the #BakeoffAU Grand Final! In this episode, Castle vs Chateau - an expert points out the differences. Also the bakers must forrage, and Aaron wants a treehouse. Oh, and someone wins the cakeplate! 

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Hodavision w/Hoda

    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Hodavision w/Hoda

    Chris and Kristie talk to #BakeoffAU 's Hoda! In this episode, the challenge of developing inside the Bake Off Shed, Biscuit Pinata's, and Hoda's memories of growing up, including one family classic dish that lives in the memory! A fantastic chat. 

    • 55 min
    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Treatz w/Ash

    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Treatz w/Ash

    Chris and Kristie have a great chat with #BakeoffAU 's own Ash! In this episode, sculpting tasty Koala's and other awsome things, Maggie's steamed pudding, and Ash's new venture. Try not to talk like an upper class british child after this one, we dare you! 

    • 51 min
    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - All Hat and Moustache

    Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - All Hat and Moustache

    Chris and Kritie return for #BakeoffAU Semi Final week, and it's sort of Patisserie week. Sort of. 
    In this episode, Babka returns in a Semi Final, Hoda explores the shed in the technical, and a thoroughly confusing choice for a showstopper.  

    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Ajc246842 ,

Great podcast

I love this podcast!!! Lots of laughs and great recaps. Well done guys!

Jkinglyman ,

Decent MasterChef podcast but a few things don’t sit right

I listen to this podcast for MasterChef (not Masterchef) as I was wondering if there was anything like this out there and this was the only one I found. I don’t have time to watch Bake Off but I appreciate its existence.

I think it’s a pretty good podcast with hilarious recaps of the recent episodes, and it’s awesome that they get guest ex-contestants every now and then.

I have issues however with the way their criticisms and rants about MasterChef are presented. I know that we have different opinions and I wouldn’t expect the hosts to unanimously praise the show. I also am interested to listen to the criticism and understand why the hosts feel that way. Every so often though, the criticism has started to grate on me.

I am getting really sick of hearing the hosts get annoyed with the judges whenever a contestant succeeds just because they are a Caucasian man (and using unnecessary language to describe it). I’m not sure where they got this idea that the judges are sexist because there have only been two Caucasian male winners out of the ten winners, and only one season had an all male Top 3. The show has also highlighted diversity from the contestants all the time.

I understand that there could be some diversity from the guest chefs that come in, but background and gender barely plays a part in it.

The judges do not have favourite contestants. I know that they sometimes talk in jest about funny things that some contestants do, but something like playing music to celebrate the elimination of a contestant they claimed was a favourite last year was unnecessary.

The same things that have been said over and over too frequently recently and have annoyed my enjoyment of the podcast that I felt like saying something about it.

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