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Great British Bake Off’s Paul Hollywood gives fans a one week warning


Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood has given fans a one-week warning on Instagram.

The Wallasey -born chef is known for giving out handshakes to successful bakers on the Channel 4 cooking show. But on Thursday he shared some other career news.

He posted a video to his many followers, featuring a gif that said: “On your marks, get set, bake!”

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Speaking to the camera, Paul said: “My new book called Bake is out in June in the UK and July in the USA and Canada. You can order it online now. I hope you enjoy it. For me it was a real pleasure to write.

“I actually wrote it during lockdown, it was a real passion project. Because they’re all classics, they’ve all been tweaked and tested and they all taste amazing.

“It’s a little bit indulgent because they’re all my favourites but I’m sure, quickly, they’re gonna become favourites in your household too.”

Captioning the post, the 56-year-old said: “One week to go !! …. My new book Bake is released in UK, and July in the USA, you can pre order through link or my bio..X”

Fans seemed excited by the news, and flocked to the comments section to have their say. Anne Kettles said: “Ordered! Can’t wait! Be well”.

Alida Zambrano said: “Excelente!!”, while Lydia said: “I ordered the book a long time ago”. Lorna said: “Great news! Well done Paul H”.

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