When The Great British Bake Off made its debut in August 2010, it had the makings of a modest hit. But nobody - not the programme-makers and certainly not those first contestants - could have predicted what was to come. Here was a show in which the biggest weekly drama was whether or not a sponge cake would sink in the middle. And oh, how we loved it. Here is the ultimate Bake Off fan book: from bread lion to bin-gate; heart throbs to Twitter trolls; soggy bottoms to sticky buns. This is the celebration of Britain's most popular cookery contest.
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