The Great Canadian Baking Show: London baker still in the mix

A London optometrist has survived the first round of a new television baking show.

Sinclair Shuit wasn’t the star baker — his Battenberg cake failed to meet the technical requirements — but he wasn’t sent home fromThe Great Canadian Baking Showthat aired on CBC Wednesday - writes lfpress.com.

Shuit’s other creations — cupcakes for the signature challenge and chocolate layer cake for the showstopper that must taste as beautiful or interesting as it looks — were strong enough to keep him on the show.

Pierre Morin, a retired dentist and musician from Quebec City, failed to make the grade among the 10 contestants and was sent home, leaving nine to continue the competition Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Star baker was stay-at-home mom Terry Thompson of Edmonton whose showstopper chocolate layer cake, judges said, looked as delicious as it tasted.

Next week the contestants will be making bread.

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