Paul Hollywood leaves Bake Off fans horrified after eating burger with a fork

Paul Hollywood leaves Bake Off fans horrified after eating burger with a fork

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BAKE Off viewers wanted to dump Paul Hollywood in the bread bin after watching him tuck into a burger with a FORK on Tuesday’s show.

The celebrity chef, 53, shocked fans with his burger-eating technique after the bakers were asked to bake their own buns for Bread Week.

Paul Hollywood annoyed Bake Off fans by tucking into a burger with a FORK
CHANNEL 4

After looking at the burgers on display from the technical challenge, Great British Bake Off judge Paul picked them up and began dissecting them with the utensil.

And it seemed the moment didn’t only stress the bakers out as viewers slammed his etiquette on Twitter.

One viewer wrote: “Can’t believe paul got them to make burgers on the bake off and now he’s trying them with a fork??

Another seethed: “I get it’s bread week but Paul eating a burger with a fork

Viewers wanted to dump him in the bread bin after he prodded at the burgers with his fork
CHANNEL 4

 

Bake Off viewers weren’t impressed with Paul’s burger etiquette
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A third mocked “Already didn’t like Paul Hollywood, but watching him pick at the side of those burgers with a fork and taste the tiniest morsel ever fills me with hatred  .”

Other viewers were baffled by the judge’s decision to set the contestants a burger challenge.

One ranted: “Why are we making people cook burgers on a baking show? #GBBO”

Another raged: “Not having that they’re getting judge on burgers. Oh aye just those BAKED burgers. Game’s gone. #GBBO.”

The burger bun challenge was set as part of Bread Week
PA:Press Association


Elsewhere in the episode, Paul delighted Michael Chakraverty after dishing out his first Hollywood Handshake of the series.

The judge was blown away by the baker’s tear-and-share bread, so much so that he reached out his hand.

Great British Bake Off returns Tuesday 17th September at 8pm on Channel 4


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