We might not be ready to 3D print a roast, but the complicated and edible structures produced by 3D printers could be the start of something new
Women the UK over would have queued around the block to give the famed chef a piece of their minds, but one cook beat them to it
Initial estimates say sales could reach $600m by the end of 2014
Fancy baking your own fresh loaf from scratch every day? Then our selection will be like manna from heaven for you
Huge ratings meant the show couldn't stay on BBC Two
Move will allow thousands of teenagers to train for career whilst pursuing academic studies in maths, English and science at GCSE
The Bake Off judge said it was his job to 'judge what goes on the plate'
When even the man running the country can make time to froth his leaven and get baking, it's becoming clear that Britons' expectations of the once-humble loaf are on the rise
Signs are that male viewing habits are changing – but Will Coldwell decided to do his own research
While it’s fair to say that Gordon is a bit of a jerk, at least he goes out into the real world and helps people through his programmes
Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman's new beard continued to trend on Twitter last night as the broadcaster accused the BBC of "pogonophobia" (fear of beards).
Paul Hollywood has admitted that he is "upset and sad" about the collapse of his marriage - and that he might have been happier if he had not become famous.