European cake week on Great British Bake Off means it is time to get out the bundt tin and dodgy accents from hosts Mel and Sue.
It was away with the baking powder and in with the yeast for Brighton mum Kate Henry.
A Kate impressed during bread week her so her signature Israeli dark chocolate and sour cherry babka should be a walk in the park.
“It’s in Eurovision,” she pointed out when discussing whether her bake was European with fellow contestant Martha.
The twisted dough was sticky and needed twisting to work the flavours through.
Mary Berry said: “You’ve got good height.
“I love the flavour of that.”
Paul Hollywood’s view was mixed: “I like what you’ve done with the chocolate.
“Your choice of flavours are wrong. It’s quite dry inside.”
The dry chocolate and dry cherries weren’t saved by the extra butter.
Kate was philosophical about the feedback: “I’m kind of happy when they give you constructive criticism because it helps you as you go along.
“I’m an amateur hobby baker.”
Once again the technical challenge was the type of cake no one has ever heard of.
A Swedish princess cake with three layers and minimal instructions.
After putting on the marzipan she described it as “hideous”.
Paul and Mary were critical of the broken marzipan.
“The creme pat is not set,” said Paul.
Not a good bake from Kate as she came last.
Finally it was time to showcase the caramel work with a two-tiered Hungarian dobos torte for the show stopper.
Kate decided to go for three tiers of chocolate, orange and raspberries as she thinks two tiers “look like hats”.
“I want to do a good job with the caramel,” Kate said as she told presenter Mel she planned to work on it for two of the five hours.
She had a crazy amount of caramel to do and ended up with curly rather than spiky nuts.
The orange bottom layer didn’t work well for Mary and Paul.
They also wanted much more caramel.
Kate was at risk after three lacklustre bakes and it was a close call.
She did not follow the brief and her caramel was criticised.
It was between Kate and Richard for the chop but Paul and Mary did not agree.
There was an impasse and as two contestants left two weeks previously the former star bakers were given a break and no one left.
“I’m not good at coming last,” said Kate.
But she is back next week for pasties and choux.