Any celebration is incomplete without a magnificent cake. Whether it’s a birthday party, wedding celebration, or a star-studded event, WE WANT CAKE! Winner Cake All is a feel-good baking show hosted by the very talented and gorgeous Giada De Laurentiis. The show is presented by Food Network and premiered on January 7, 2019. It is a pleasant show, the host is amiable in her approach, and the judges are really encouraging. The pressure is high but the bakers are focused, and the drama in the kitchen is limited, unlike other cooking shows, where plates are flying, abuses are hurled, and judges make you cry. The bakers are all professionals who have this great opportunity to showcase their skills and have their cake presented at a celebrity event. The winning cake not only wins a big cash prize but will be the cake served at the VIP guest’s party. Food Network is known for its great variety of cooking shows like Iron Chef, Good Eats, Worst Cooks in America and does not disappoint with this new addition- ‘Winner Cake All.’
Winner Cake All Cast: Who is in it?
Italian chef and Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis hosts this new addition to the Food Network. The pretty chef is equally charming and talented. Although it looks like she has never had cake herself in her life. Well, you cannot have a body like that and eat cake, or is that only for us mere mortals? The VIP guests include names like Rashad Jennings, Comedian Loni Love, celebrity chef Guy Fieri, among others.
Winner Cake All Plot: What is it about?
The show is primarily a baking competition with a game prize of 10,000 dollars for the winning team of each challenge. Special guests challenge the bakers to create and present them with a cake that is both artistic and delicious at the same time. These bakers must impress the judges with their creativity, talent, and design. In each of the 13 episodes, four teams of two compete for the ultimate price. There are three rounds per episode, and one team gets eliminated at the end of every round. You snooze, you lose. The simple format of the show is easy to follow and because each episode has different contestants.
The first round has the bakers scrambling to impress the judges with their decoration that is inspired by the theme provided by the guests. They must do so within an hour. The three teams moving forward are introduced to the VIP guest who tells them about what they want in their cake. Rashad Jennings, former NFL player and Dancing With the Stars winner (season 24) wants his cake to be chocolaty, crunchy, and fruity. The teams do a wonderful job of interpreting the theme for his Big Game Day Challenge. The huge masterpieces they create represent his time on the field as well as on the dance floor. Some of the bakers wow him with their creative design. The cakes have intricate detailing and look spectacular. The cakes are judged on taste, technical difficulty, and design. Only one team will win the challenge and have their cake be the star of Rashad’s big party.
Cooking shows are always great fun, the competitiveness, the pressure, and mouth-watering dishes appeal to one and all. Winner Cake All will charm you with its simple and straightforward premise. There is no semi-final or finale; each episode is a race with different themes and bakers. The massive cakes and the eye for details will inspire you to bring out the Martha Stewart in you. Although the bakers on the show are professionals, their earnestness is appealing.
Winner Cake All Season 2 Release Date: When will it premiere?
Food Network continues to bring new and exciting content to our screens. Season 1 is a relatively new show on the network, having premiered on January 7, 2019, and concluded on March 25, 2019. The show has done well, and Giada is a fan favourite. There has been no official statement about Winner Cake All’s season two. Giada enjoys a great fan following, and we can expect her to return if there is a season 2. In all likelihood, the second season of Winner Cake All should drop sometime in January, 2020. For now, enjoy the available episodes on Amazon’s Prime Video and dream about some delicious cake masterpieces.