Photo Gallery - Pillsbury Bake-Off wrap up
| April 20, 2010
In Photo Gallery, Travel Scoop
A mother of two, Nancy Roth of St. Joseph, Ill., decided to combine sweet and hot with her Raspberry-Chipotle Brownies with Chocolate Ganache.
The first batch of Sue Compton's Mini Ice Cream Cookie Cups didn't work at all. But she got it together and won the million-dollar grand prize.
Kim Rollings of Dallas baked her own wedding cake, but not even that could compare with the intensity of getting her Muffuletta Quiche Cups just right.
Bridget Uhrich of Doylestown, Pa., who's eight months pregnant with her first child, vowed to name her baby Doughboy if she won.
Ali Wentworth interviews Bebe Williams of Huntsville, Ala., for a segment on The Oprah Winfrey Show that aired before Oprah's annoucement of the million-dollar recipe.
Kneeling at the altar of her oven: Cara Sapida of Turtle Creek, Pa., waits for her Chocolate-Peanut Butter Layered Cupcakes to be done.
Contestants' family members were allowed to watch the proceedings from the edges of the room as the 100 finalists cranked up their stoves. Here, a film crew for The Oprah Winfrey Show stirred up the crowd.
The relief for Christina Verrelli of Devon, PA, is palpable as she carries her Savory and Sweet Breakfast Biscuit Sliders to the judges submissions table on the floor of the Bake-Off.
Each contestant made three versions of their recipe -- one of them became the display -- or The Beauty Dish in contest lingo.
Sandra Lee of Food Network fame hosted the preliminary awards ceremony Monday evening in Orlando.
The four category winners at the press conference following the awards ceremony in Orlando, just minutes before being whisked off to Chicago to appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Click here for more information on the category winners. Click here for the million-dollar recipe!
April 13, 2010
In the Entertaining Appetizers category of the 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off, Evelyn Henderson took first place for her Salmon Pecan-Crusted Tartlets.Read full recipe.
April 13, 2010
Niki Plourde of Gardner, Mass., won the Breakfast & Brunches category for her Tomato-Basil Eggs Alfredo in Bread Baskets in the 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off.Read full recipe.
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