This is just off the wire coming to you from the home of the Seattle Sea Hawks and the Seattle Mariners, that the girl’s Team had tapped deep into their line of chefs, this time recruited a new and unknown chef to help them get ahead. She showed up from the jungles of Meseyong Island in Chuuk, fully versed and well equiped with the cooking recipees of Faaluul Iyefang on Ifalik atoll- this newbie has brought some great excitement and some new challenges that the boy’s team will have to face.

Rosie Gonzales is the new addition to the Girl’s team and is exciting to watch as she tossed the flour all over the place. Her roots into the Mexican Tijuana Culture had helped her in her creativity trying to get the enzymes flared up so they can get the flour out of the mixing bowl and into the oven. Amazing what a girl of this background can do…

A mixture of many cultures of Uman, Chuuk, Ifalik, Yap and Tijuana Mexico, you cannot go wrong in what she can accomplish in this competition. So far, all she had added is excitement. We are still waiting to see what she can do…

Calson was already trying to give up thinking that the boy’s team cannot compete with a newbie like Rosie :). I cannot wait to see really what this newbie can do. One thing I notice though is that she just woke up and head straight for the flour bowl, leaving her pacifier in her crib…. lol.

Ifalik should be proud to have a great Chef in this girl. Same goes to Uman for they have finally produced a chef of their own, not to mention those folks down in Tijuana, Mexico. Happy Cooking day!

Shown in the picture on the left, the newby is busy mixing her flour and in the process painting the entire dining table white. I can see that she can fit in the bowl herself… Hahahaha…. Sorry Rosie.

Reporting to you live from the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington is yours truly. lol. :)! Have fun everyone!

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