'Holiday Baking Championship'
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This Gorgeous Resort Serves as the Set for 'Holiday Baking Championship'

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Nov. 7 2022, Updated 3:31 p.m. ET

An all-new season of Holiday Baking Championship is here, and everyone’s excited to see the creative treats that contestants will bake up this year. The show is the perfect vehicle for its contestants to show off their baking skills, and regularly features a roster of celebrity chef judges. Since its launch in 2014, Holiday Baking Championship has become a mainstay of Food Network’s programming.

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There have been various wild and mouthwatering moments on the show, but one thing remains the same this year as others: where Holiday Baking Championship is filmed.

Keep scrolling to learn more about the gorgeous resort where the cast and crew stay and bake.

'Holiday Baking Championship'
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Where is 'Holiday Baking Championship' filmed?

Jesse Palmer returns to host Food Network’s hit holiday cooking series, Holiday Baking Championship, along with judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman, and Carla Hall. Due to travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, longtime British judge Lorraine Pascale wasn’t able to physically be in the United States to film the 2020 iteration of Holiday Baking Championship. Luckily, fan-favorite Carla Hall stepped in and has become a new regular on the show.

Instead of shooting on a traditional indoor soundstage at one of Los Angeles’ many studios, Holiday Baking Championship has filmed at the luxurious Terranea Resort since 2020, where filming most likely took place for the latest season as well.

The Terranea Resort is a luxury hotel an hour south of Los Angeles, set on the cliffs of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. The resort is known for its stunning location and houses much of Southern California’s natural beauty, something sure to provide inspiration to the show’s baking experts.

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Over the course of eight episodes, the 12 new bakers will compete to see who can appease the judges and whip up the best holiday treats. What's on the line? Well, just a $25,000 prize, an article in Food Network magazine, and the bragging rights of calling yourself the Holiday Baking Champion.

Be sure to check out the new season of Holiday Baking Championship, premiering Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. ET on the Food Network.

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