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Northern Spark might have left Minneapolis for St. Paul, but that doesn’t mean the late-night celebrating is over. The Mill City has come up with its own downtown nighttime festival, Secret City, which is joining forces with Greenway Glow, the bicycle and art fest that was part of last year’s Northern Spark.
The festival, which will begin at 6 p.m. Sat
Ella Krauts became the twelfth contestant from the Top 16 to leave MasterChef New Zealand on Sunday 12th May 2013 (7.30 pm – 8.30 pm) on TV ONE.
In tonight’s show, the Top Five contestants had to replicate the ‘Not So Lemon Meringue Pie’, a contemporary twist on the lemon meringue pie created by guest judge Andrew Brown, executive chef of The George Hotel in Christchurch.
Andrew’s five-star dish involved at least six different cooking processes, including lemon crème brûlée, Italian meringue, macadamia crumble and raspberry coulis.
The Top Five had just 90 minutes to attempt it as well as make a cocktail featuring Lindauer sparkling wine.
Aaron Brunet and Kelly Kaihea’s desserts peaked, and they were named the winners of the challenge.
From the start Ella Krauts was prepared for the pressure.
Writing herself encouraging messages which she placed on her work station, she was determined to get through the test remaining calm and composed.
“I haven’t made many desserts,” she said. “But I’ve done
There is this tumblr account I follow (mostly because I enjoy the perks of being publicly ironic) called: Problems Of A Book Nerd. Each day (or sometimes twice a day if Im really lucky) Cecilia (the girl who runs it) posts little ecards with nerd quips on them. For example todays (#378) was Claiming to be scared of the dark so having a nightlight doesnt seem odd which you then proceed to read next to for hours after you were supposed to come to bed.
Anyways, a while ago (youll understand how long when I show you its number) she posted a quip that I considered to be the cream of the crop.
Jen Arnold and Bill Klein, the stars of TLC’s reality show The Little Couple, told Anderson Cooper what it was like to find out, on camera, that their surrogate had experienced a miscarriage.
The couple’s pursuit of parenthood has been profiled on The Little Couple, and Jen tells Anderson, “I mean, that was devastating news to get but you have to keep things in perspective. We are not quick to give up either, we know that many other people are going through that same struggle or similar struggles. I think it’s a big blow but then you think okay, if I’m not going to get up and try again what’s all that worth? Why did we go through all that?”
‘Little Couple’ Heartbreak as Surrogate Miscarries
Jen and Bill have been pursuing surrogacy on their road toward parenthood due to Jen’s specific medical conditions.