The series premiere of Wall of Bakers airs on March 28 at 10PM ET/PT. Stream all your favourite Food Network Canada shows through STACKTV with Amazon Prime Video Channels, or with the new , live and on-demand when you sign-in with your cable subscription.
Cookies for the Win
From a molten lava cake in the first round to a holiday spectacular in the finals, competitors crank out cookies galore for the judges.
Bake It ‘til You Make It
The bakers take on chef Andrew Han’s pantry, which includes bananas and black sesame paste, and chef Anna Olson’s reinvention of a classic causes one competitor to promptly forget a key ingredient. Pandemic support assistant Justice Chea brings her love of making others happy to her baking, while cybersecurity analyst Alex Watson draws from his hometown of Kingston, Jamaica, to make rustic desserts. City planner Adam Budowski applies a methodical approach to elaborate bakes, and serial entrepreneur Andrea Mueller has worked with jewellery, art and creating baking tutorials.
Layer it On Me
Leverage the Beverage
This episode takes the viewer from beehive cakes to beverages, with a few tangy twists thanks to chef Jo Notkin’s pantry items of dark chocolate and tahini. The contestants bring a similarly diverse set of experiences: Rebecca Trainor raises money for grassroot minority-focused charities with a colourful personality, Michael Lutzmann is the managing director at a wine club (and previous non-baker), Justin Gabinet wears his food teaching and baking passions on his sleeve (he has food related tattoos) and Jessica Germaine brings her organizational skills from human resources to the competition.
Savour the Flavour
Any Way You Spice It
Chef Raveena Oberoi’s pantry lets the bakers play with a taste of childhood, as cereal and milk make an appearance in the pantry. Retired math teacher Bob Mero loves making croissants and delicate desserts, and social media manager Tina Huang is driven to succeed (she started her own marketing firm at the age of 18). Dentist Stephen Allred has a sweet tooth inspired by his Australian mother and his Chinese grandfather, while mathematics education student Mackenzie Tomlin shares her baking skills off to her 25K followers on TikTok.