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Recipes of Champions Cooked Up with Secret Sugar Product From Domino Foods, a member of ASR Group, on All Mixed Up™ on Lifetime TV
Student chef scores most points to win title of All Mixed Up Champion; Richard Dyer tastes & judges three desserts
(Pompano Beach, FL – PR LOG March 28, 2013) The competition causes friction in the kitchen and between the culinary students as episode #3 of All Mixed Up™ fires up with a battle of the sweets. Will the aspiring chefs whip up the secret Domino® Foods sweet ingredient to create decadent desserts that score big with the judges -- or will they be way off base and not score the stars they desperately need?
Make sure to tune in on Friday, March 29th at 7:30 am (ET/PT) for this third episode and grand finale of Season 3 of All Mixed Up™ -- the hit reality cooking series from the producers of the award-winning show Designing Spaces™ on Lifetime TV to see which of the three novice chefs steps up to the plate and wins the title of All Mixed Up Champion.
Throwing fast curve balls into the competition every way he can, Celebrity chef and TV personality Ralph Pagano pits culinary students against each other in the heat of the kitchen—and the competition. Who is quick enough to adjust to his challenges and score big and who is too slow to overcome them and ends up striking out?
Putting on his game face while taking his place at the judges’ table, Domino Foods’ Richard Dyer gets his fork ready to dig into the interesting and original culinary creations the student chefs present. Will the desserts satisfy Richard’s sweet tooth or remain half-baked ideas? Will his critiques stir up controversy?
With the appetizer and entrée dishes served up in prior challenges, the competition is hotter than ever as the chefs rack up last-chance stars and try to hit it out the of the park in this final round. The timer ticks away for 30 minutes as the judges and viewers alike wait to see if each Domino Foods dessert scores a home run or doesn’t even get to first base.
Whose dishes proved to be recipes of a champion? Pull a chair up to the table and tune in to find out on Friday, March 29that 7:30am on “All Mixed Up” on Lifetime Television.
In case you missed last week’s appetizer round, please watch at: www.allmixedup.tv.
About All Mixed Up™ on Lifetime Television
Brought to you by the producers of Designing Spaces™ is the new reality based cooking series All Mixed Up™. Hosted by accomplished chef and culinary celebrity Ralph Pagano, All Mixed Up™ is a cooking competition show with a unique twist. The competitors are culinary students from prestigious culinary academies instead of professional chefs, who must complete three full course meals with ingredients provided by some of America’s favorite and most recognizable brands. Judged by representatives for each brand, the students battle to complete their dishes racing against time and the surprise challenges Pagano throws at them to see if they can handle being All Mixed Up™.
For information on how to be a part of the show, please contact Lysa Liemer, Executive Vice President of Programming /COO of All Mixed Up™ at 954-571-5221 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Information on air dates, to view past episodes and to try the recipes created by these up- and-coming chefs, visit: www.allmixedup.tv or www.designingspaces.tv
About Domino Foods, Inc.
The Domino® Foods, Inc. family of products includes two of the leading brands of all-natural, pure cane sugar in America; Domino® Sugar and C&H® Sugar. Each of these brands has their own rich history that spans over 100 years – Domino® in the East and C&H® in the Western part of the country. Domino Foods, Inc. is proud to offer consumers in America a variety of fine quality, all-natural pure cane sugar products as well as alternative sweetening products, including Organic Blue Agave Nectars and the Domino® Light and C&H® Light sugar and stevia blend sweetener.
For consumer product information about Domino® Light and C&H® Light, including recipes and baking tips, and more, visit www.dominosugar.com/