Can a talented home baker out-cook a professional, or do true professionals have skills that no amateur could match? With no special treatment and a blind taste test to determine the best dish, the winner will take home $10,000.
Two professional chefs and two amateur chefs square off in a cooking competition, and the judges try to figure out which two are which. If a professional chef wins, they get $10,000.00. If an amateur chef wins, they get $15,000.00.
4 bakers compete to make cupcakes with best taste and presentation. 3 rounds eliminate a contestant. The 2 finalists create a 1000 cupcake display. The winner gets to showcase their cupcake presentation at a major event and win $10,000.
For six weeks, eight skilled bakers are challenged to use their style and technical abilities to make stunning, tasty treats. The baker that impresses the judges the most takes home $25,000 and the title of Best Baker in America.
After all watching all four seasons, I have to say I'm really disappointed with Buddy. He pits the contestants against each other and tries to make himself the star of every show. I will say the fourth season redeemed itself from much of the cutthroat competition, but it was still there.
I guess some people like that kind of competition, and Buddy's big ego, but for me I want to see great cakes. That's why I sat through all four seasons.
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