Top Moments from Episode 2 of Spring Baking Championship

See highlights from the second episode, which challenged the bakers to use honey, lemon and lime. Plus, find out who went home.

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Emile Wamsteker ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

A Sticky Situation

"When I think of springtime I think of fields of flowers with bees buzzing around making honey," Bobby hints at the Pre Heat. But the catch is that honey will be the only sweetener the bakers are allowed to use. "The honey doesn't act like a sugar," points out Andy. "It won't give you the structure you get from sugar."

Back to Basics

"A meringue would be a safe place to go," thinks Dwayne, not accounting for how the honey will affect his mini Pavlovas in the oven. "I cannot serve this to the judges," he says when he realizes they're overdone outside but underdone inside. He decides to get back to his roots and instead make biscuits with honeyed butter.

Almost the Cream of the Crop

"Sandy, everybody got a creme brulee, and I got creme anglaise," says Duff, who unfortunately got the only one of Sandy's desserts that wasn't set. "Mine is perfectly cooked," says Lorraine, who notes one negative: She misses "that characteristic crunch" that a layer of caramelized sugar would have provided.

Practice Makes Perfect

"I'm frustrated with myself because I know I can do better," says Juliana, in tears, after hearing that Lorraine found her blueberry honey muffin raw inside. "I have lost every single televised competition I've ever done, but every single time I would always learn something," says Duff, advising Juliana to take it as a lesson.

Lime Green with Envy

As the Pre Heat winner, Dwayne earns an advantage: Lorraine's assistance in the Main Heat, which requires the bakers to use lemons and limes. A bit jealous, Damiano sees Dwayne talking up Lorraine and says, "Let him talk and let us work." Kristine, envious too, calls to Lorraine, "I could use an extra pair of hands."

Flavor Takes a Vacation

"It features rose petal with a bit of raspberry and lychee," Simone says of her lime version of the Ispahan tart, a Middle Eastern confection. "I don't want the tart to taste soapy like Grandma's bathroom," she says upon adding "just a tad" of rose water to the filling. Unfortunately, the judges don't taste the citrus.

Appealing to Nancy's Desires

"You outdid yourself on this presentation," Nancy tells Damiano of his crumbled biscotti with limoncello cream. He replies, "For you, Nancy, I put all the fresh flowers on top," describing the decorations on his deconstructed lime tarts. "I think we have a good connection," Damiano says after Nancy winks at him.

Where's the Lemon, the Lime?

"I literally do not taste lemon," says Duff upon trying Kristine's lemon cake. "I feel like I'm taking crazy pills." Lorraine shares his opinion, and after tasting the fried lime custard, sadly says, "Lime's gone for a walk." Although the two dishes are "delicious, they just don't have any lemon or lime," says Nancy.

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The Depths of Disappointment

"Look at it! It's oozing all over the place," Duff says about Andy's meringue-topped lime explosion tart. Lorraine doesn't care much for his blueberry-lemon scones, either. "You could have [taken] that thing out to a field, shot it, and got it over with a lot quicker," says Andy of his disappointing plate.

The Sweet Taste of Winning

"Your beautiful desserts captured spring," Bobby tells Damiano, revealing that he and Sandy are in the top two. Bobby announces Damiano has won the Main Heat. "I feel a little bit more close to the $50,000," says Damiano. Bobby names Dwayne, Juliana and Simone as safe.

A Challenge Just Out of Reach

"I kind of had a feeling this was where I was going to end up," says Andy of being in the bottom two with Kristine. Bobby reveals that because her dishes "lacked the citrus flavor [the judges] were looking for," Kristine is going home. "I'm really proud of everything I did up to this point," Kristine says.

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