If you think you can whip it—and whip it good—you might want to consider getting some national exposure for your baking talents.
The Great Canadian Baking Show is warming up to prepare for its third season and has opened a call for applications by amateur bakers.
The show brings together amateur bakers from across the country who will bake-off in culinary challenges as they compete for the top spot.
Each episode consists of three rounds—the Signature Bake, the Technical Bake, and the Show Stopper—after which one competitor will be sent home until three finalists are left.
The show, an adaptation of the U.K. series The Great British Bake Off, is cohosted by Julia Chan (Saving Hope) and Dan Levy (Schitt’s Creek) and features judges Canadian-Australian pastry chef Rochelle Adonis and French chef Bruno Feldeisen.
Any Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada who is 19 years of age (as of May 1) can apply. The deadline is at 11 p.m. (ET) on March 10. Application forms are available online.
If you need some inspiration, the winner of Season 2 hailed from Vancouver: 58-year-old software engineer consultant Andrei Godoroja beat out all the other contestants for top honours.
For more information about the show, visit the Great Canadian Baking Show website.