PBS Food Originals

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Meet the Bakers: Glenn

Glenn teaches English and is a popular Head of Sixth form at a school in Teignmouth. He desperately doesn’t want Mary or Paul to write “must try harder” in his baking report card. He has been baking since he was … Continue


Meet the Bakers: Howard

Howard used to be a graphic designer, but now works for the council in Sheffield. His creativity comes out in his painting and in his baking. He bakes everything from traditional comfort food to the outrageously elaborate, and likes to … Continue


Meet the Bakers: Kimberley

Kimberley is a psychologist. She describes herself as ‘a flavor magpie’ and her baking reflects the huge variety of flavors that she has picked up along the way, mastering technically interesting and difficult bakes. She likes her flavors to tell … Continue


Meet the Bakers: Mark

Mark is a carpenter and kitchen fitter who is equally at home sculpting wood as he is crafting sugar flowers – he even has a tool box full of his edible glitter, icings and baking accessories. He’s been baking since … Continue


Meet the Bakers: Lucy

Lucy is a horticulturist and is passionate about using only local and seasonal ingredients. Her interest in baking came from wanting to use her home-grown food more creatively. One of her biggest passions is bread, more specifically her heritage apple … Continue


Meet the Bakers: Beca

Originally from Wales, Beca now lives in Hampshire. She bakes for her family, for her husband’s regiment and for her local Military Wives’ Choir of which she is a member. Taught to bake by her mother and both grandmothers, her … Continue

About A Few Good Pie Places

There are delicious pies for sale at shops, restaurants, cafes and roadside stands across America. So, in this delicious documentary we celebrate A Few Good Pie Places where people still make flaky crusts and scrumptious fillings. In Millvale, Pennsylvania, Frank … Continue

About a Few Great Bakeries

Bakeries are popular places. They smell great. They are full of wonderful things to eat, from crusty breads to gooey and sweet treats. And they often become neighborhood meeting places, where bakers work hard and where people often leave with … Continue

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