Celebrity chef Anna Olson showcases her baking mastery on a Bake with Anna Olson. Whether it's meringues, mousses or muffins, each episode takes viewer on a delicious learning curve starting with the baking basics all the way up to master-class level recipes. Anna invites viewers into her kitchen to learn the sweet skills and tantalizing techniques of baking by the master herself. Whether an amateur or a soufflé superstar, viewers come away with the confidence and skill to bake like a pro.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Bake with Anna Olson - Sugar Rush (UK TV series) - Netflix
Sugar Rush is a British television comedy drama series developed by Shine Limited and broadcast by Channel 4, based on the Julie Burchill novel of the same name. It is centred on the life of a 15-year-old lesbian, Kim Daniels, who has moved from London to Brighton on the south coast of England.
Bake with Anna Olson - Plot - Netflix
From the beginning of the first series, main character Kim is adamant that she is sexually obsessed with her best friend, Sugar. Her strong feelings for Sugar motivate her to do anything for her friend, even when Sugar takes advantage of Kim's eagerness. Kim enters Sugar's world of casual sex, cigarettes, the over-consumption of alcohol and illegal drugs. The main theme of series 1 is for Kim to accept her feelings for Sugar even though Sugar is heterosexual. The last episode of Series 1 exemplifies the lengths that Kim is willing to go to for her friend. In the next series, Kim attempts to build a relationship with a young woman, Saint. Sugar has little time for serious activities in her life and there is little which causes her to worry. She spends the majority of her time drinking alcohol, socialising and having casual sex with men. In spite of their different backgrounds, Sugar and Kim soon become close friends. Sugar is accustomed to using her good looks in order to get what she wants. Sexy, sassy and street-wise, she becomes a bad influence on Kim. She encourages Kim to drink alcohol and eventually gets Kim mixed up in all kinds of situations. Sugar has an addictively electric personality that attracts people, especially Kim. It should also be stated that Kim's love for Sugar almost borders on obsession. Kim seems to be her only close friend and she rarely hangs out with any other girlfriends. She only has intermittent relationships with the men in her life. Sugar constantly teases Kim about her sexuality. At times, it seems as if she does not realise the great extent to which her words hurt Kim. In Series 2, Sugar is incarcerated in a young offenders institute. She is in custody because she stabbed a man who was attempting to rape her. This occurred in the last episode of Series 1, where it is the first time she breaks down in tears. Sugar, however, is then quick to take charge of the situation by stealing a car with Kim and driving to London where they spend the night in a posh hotel. Sugar exhibits a more vulnerable side of her when she tells Kim that she feels really lonely in prison. She reveals that Kim is the only person in her life who has not abandoned her since she has been imprisoned. In the third episode of the second series, it is implied that Sugar slept with one of the female prison guards in order to have her sentence reduced. Whatever the case, Sugar is then released from prison. This causes friction between Kim, Sugar and Kim's new girlfriend, Saint. In Episode 3 of Series 2, it is revealed that Saint is still friends with her ex-boyfriend, which causes some friction in her relationship with Kim. During Episode 5 of Series 2, Kim is caught cheating on Saint with rocker Montana which results in Kim overdosing on the beach. After several hallucinations, Kim repeatedly calls Saint apologising profusely before collapsing. When she awakes, Kim mistakenly believes Sugar saved her life. She later discovers that it was actually Saint who saved Kim's life. Sugar later confesses to Kim that it was actually Saint who saved her. Saint asks Kim to move in with her near the end of series two. Kim accepts although she has reservations. She confesses to Sugar that she does not want to move in with Saint because she always wondered what would have happened between herself and Sugar if the latter had not been arrested. When Sugar has convinced Kim that, although they 'have their moments,' they would argue too much. Kim returns to Saint and tells her that she will move in, leaving Sugar crying in a cafe. In episode 7 of series 2, Saint tells Kim she loves her.
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