We sit down with one of the co-owners of Play!, York's forthcoming gaming cafe.
After nine weeks it was finally time for the final of The Great British Bake Off but who would be crowned champion?
As the show reaches Patisserie Week at the semi-final stage it is all up for grabs for the four remaining candidates.
The Great British Bake Off went back to the Tudors as the show hit the quarter final stage
Roulade, Marjolain and near disaster for wibbly wobbly mousse cakes. Dessert Week on The Great British Bake Off
Botanicals Week, the prettiest of weeks on Great British Bake Off where anything that grows goes
Onto the fiddliest week of all, Pastry Week. Pastries, Tarts and Filo Amuse-Bouche galore.
In a first for Great British Bake Off it was Batter Week with all the favourites; Yorkshire Puddings, Pancakes and Churros
Soggy bottoms and raw dough, it was the dreaded Bread Week on The Great British Bake Off
Iced Biscuits, Viennese Whirls and 3D Gingerbread scenes with a healthy dose of innuendo, it was Biscuit Week on Great British Bake Off
The Great British Bake Off is back with Drizzle Cakes, Genoese Mirror Glaze Sponges and Jaffa Cakes but who would be the first to go?
Tasked with creating healthy snacks, this was a final chance to impress as PM. Would anyone actually take it?
Then there were three. After nine weeks it was finally here, The Great British Bake Off Final.
Semi-Final time and it was Chocolate Week but who would keep their nerve?
The quarter-final stage is usually when nerves really start to kick in so hands were understandably shaking for Patisserie Week.
For one week only, The Great British Bake Off went back to the Victorian Age for game pie, tennis and Charlotte Russe
Just when you thought The Great British Bake Off could not get any tougher they bring out Pastry Week. Tarts, Cypriot Flaouna and Vol au Vents, baking never seemed so stressful.
Cakes without sugar, bread without gluten and ice-cream without dairy. Alternative Ingredients week on The Great British Bake Off
Great British Bake Off really is getting crueller with crème brulees, cheesecakes and a Spanische Windtorte for Dessert Week
Just imagine if someone had invented Smellovision as it was Bread Week on The Great British Bake Off. Quickbreads, baguettes and spectacular 3D bread sculptures never looked so tempting.