The season's last technical challenge gives the bakers a last test of their pastry skills.
Find out what the Season 3 bakers have been doing since filming the show.
Mary Berry's chocolate soufflé recipe presents one of the most difficult challenges ever.
Mary pushes the bakers to create a tennis cake, a late-19th century fruit cake.
Mary tests the bakers with mokatines, a delicate French classic.
The town of Denby Dale celebrates the corn laws appeal in 1846 with record-setting pies.
Learn the secret behind flauones - a cheese filled pastry made in Cyprus.
Paul's challenge is to make twelve identical gluten-free pita breads in two hours.
Mary and Paul take on their own baking challenges from early in Season 3.
Only three of the original twelve bakers remain. They face off in the final challenges.
The semifinalists face the pressure of one of the most difficult ingredients: chocolate.
The bakers tackle the time in history that gave birth to modern baking, the Victorian era.
The remaining bakers must work their way through delicate french fancies.
The remaining bakers face baking challenges without sugar, gluten or dairy.
With bread, biscuits and cakes complete, the bakers must now prove their pastry skills.
The ten remaining bakers face the challenge of bread week.
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