GBBO

AcronymDefinition
GBBOGreat British Bake Off (UK)
GBBOGreat Basin Bird Observatory (Reno, NV)
GBBOGetting British Business Online (UK)
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Home bakers swept up in GBBO fever can give some of their own recipes a spin and kit up with some handy tools fromWilko's extensive new range of kitchen baking supplies- and wangle [pounds sterling]15 off.
Crystal says the shop has also benefited from GBBO's popularity due to customers calling in to pick up sweet treats to enjoy while watching the latest episode.
Her earnings in the last two years have topped PS1million, according to corporation tax figures - making her likely to be the most successful GBBO star to date.
The bakers will be judged by Cherish Finden and Benoit Blin, while the show will be presented by former GBBO contestant Liam Charles and comedian Tom Allen.
Or Prue Leith as she's called here, the South African-born restaurateur having slipped into Mary Berry's comfy Dr Scholl's as GBBO's matriarch when the show jumped ship late last year.
She announced last September she would not be moving with the show to Channel 4 saying: "What a privilege and honour it has been to be part of seven years of magic in a tent." She also won the TV judge prize for GBBO at the National TV Awards in January.
But there's absolutely nothing we can do to stop the GBBO leaving the BBC.
Quite the understatement, and I'm sure millions of fans of the Great British Bake Off ( GBBO ) have their own ways of describing Paul Hollywood, the judge of the hit cooking contest, Aston Martin enthusiast and lifelong baker.
The 30-year-old, from Wigan, claimed the GBBO crown in 2012 while he was studying for his final law exams and when the show eventually aired, he had accepted a graduate scheme at the Royal Bank of Scotland.
"GBBO is one of my favourite shows," adds Fielding.
The big difference between the GBBO and Brexit, though, is that, so far, nobody is leaving.