Chip and Joanna Gaines have announced that they will be hosting a second Baking contest in siloswhich will air on Magnolia Network, and fans can join a live taping in Waco, Texas over the next two weeks.
Read on to find out more about the competition, what’s up for grabs and when to catch a glimpse of the latest batch of competitive bakers in person.
Chip and Joanna Gaines hosted the first “Silos Baking Competition” for a one-hour special
The first installment of the Silos Baking Competitionn was a one-hour special that aired on both Food Network and Chip and Joanna’s Magnolia Network, setting ratings records for the latter (per Variety).
A Michigan stay-at-home mom raised $25,000 for the win with her Summer Berry Bars recipe, shared with People. The winning treat also became a part of the summer menu at Chip and Joanna’s Silos Baking Co. for a limited time.
“I think it’s still sinking a little bit,” winner Annie Paul told People. “I was so honored to even make the top six [out of the thousands of applicants] that I don’t think winning ever really crossed my mind. It’s really unbelievable !
If you’re wondering what it takes to win, this might help: “Annie was calm, prepared, confident and clearly knew her way around the kitchen,” Judge Andrew Zimmern said. “She used her time well and never seemed to doubt herself at any point during the cooking.”
Chip and Joanna Gaines to host another “Silos Baking Competition” to air for a full season on Magnolia Network
An ad on the Magnolia instagram reported that fans who visit Magnolia at Waco Silos over the next couple of weeks may catch a live taping of another Baking contest in silos. Filming will begin at 8:30 a.m. TX at their historic barn every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from September 26 through October 10, 2022.
According to Magnolia blog, the Upper fixator the stars again “invited bakers from across the country to bring… their best recipes for a chance to win a grand prize and have their treat featured on the Silos Baking Co. menu.”
But, instead of creating another hour-long special, the footage will be used for an entire season of the baking contest to air on Magnolia Network.
Chip and Joanna Gaines Build a “Complete Kitchen Set” in Less Than 2 Months to Prepare for the “Silos Baking Competition”
Before the first baking contest, Chip and Joanna were so convinced it would be a hit that they built a set on the spot to host it. And it turned out that “if you build it, they will come” was a true statement in this scenario.
“Less than two months before competition day, our team designed and built a full kitchen under our historic barn, including everything from ovens to ingredients,” the parents of five shared on the Magnolia blog.
They received thousands of entries from bakers who were hoping to come to their shiny new kitchen to participate, but they had to narrow them down to six lucky ones.
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