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  1. Many of the neapolitan desserts looked good! One of the better challenges I thought, no outright disasters. I really thought Grayson was a goner for those not blondies. She's so polite. I like Saleem and Elise's personalities so far. Reggie seems to know a lot about baking and technical stuff.
  2. That is an extremely well cut and edited trailer!
  3. I like the addition of MT because it's neat to see how different it is policing in a rural area vs. an urban/suburban one. I see they are starting yet another new spinoff for Tom - Live PD Wanted. Seems like a Live PD branded America's Most Wanted. With the popularity of Live PD it could get a lot of eyes.
  4. It looked to me like it was 4 large ravioli in the sauce. Definitely a modest portion (and $36!). I don't eat seafood so this wasn't the best episode to me. I'm always interested in the ice cream/dessert places they go - NYC has so many good choices! Added a few to my list for next time I visit. I think it would have been neat if, since Sophie lives in LA now, they did this premise but with Bobby's pick in NYC and hers in LA.
  5. Yeah, I really admire Duff and Val taking the plunge with their huge bites. Raw cake and cookie dough, grainy icing, weird flavor combos, plus you know those kids don't have the best food safety habits!
  6. Aww, I was pulling for Sophie. She really straddled the line between precious and too precious very well. She seems quite kind and seems to have mastered quite a few baking techniques. Neither of the boys really did anything for me. I'm with you all about the challenges - I noted in another post that there were no macarons, eclairs, regular doughnuts, etc. that they've done in past seasons. Too many cakes.
  7. Does anyone know more about the farm? What do they grow/raise there? Is her husband a full-time farmer now?
  8. Yeah, the chocolate bars themselves looked tasty, she should have stopped there. That Chicago hotdog meatloaf was an abomination. I can't believe they ate that. I'm glad to hear they have another freezer because for someone who cooks a lot that freezer strip is tiny. I caught a few episodes this morning - I'd never heard of her before. I kept thinking she was calling her kid Birdie, which seems to be the new hot celebrity kid name.
  9. It seems like this group of kids are very good bakers. Almost everything they've tasted they've loved. However, their decorating skills are subpar compared to former seasons. I too felt bad that Brooke had to spend so much time peeling and grating carrots. Definitely not comparable work to chocolate or vanilla. Yeah, where are the pies (next week I guess), cookies, macarons, eclairs, bars, cream puffs of former seasons? I definitely think Taylor seems like the frontrunner.
  10. If they say hedgehog poke cake one more time, I'm gonna scream.
  11. Agreed. Very tenuous link between "international travel" and "buy things on a credit card."
  12. Those were some pretty sad looking dessert imposters - especially compared to previous seasons. The sushi was way too tall. Could have cut that in thirds. The ramen looked really weird. The kebob was off colorwise, can't believe it won. I didn't think Brady's was too bad, but underbaked is pretty bad. Not the best week.
  13. Wow, that Brooke has the most southern Georgia peach accent I've heard in a long time. Yeah, Brady's a bit performative. Valerie's look at the judging...grandma city.
  14. Just saw it. It was...ok. It followed the book pretty closely until the last 20% or so. The "explanation" parts like the video and her talk with her mentor seemed to go on forever. I did not care for the book so I'm not even sure how we ended up at this movie.
  15. I liked it. I think this first episode was a little bit of a mess because they had to throw a bunch of stuff in there. Hopefully it will be a little more organized as it goes on.
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