Well 2 week cliffhanger (due to Comm Games) in true neighbours style, Steph (Carla Bonnar) and Ringo (Sam Clark) lives left hanging in the balance. Steph riding her bike recklessly doesn’t see Kate Ramsay, but Ringo saves that day and pushes her out of the way and places himself directly in Steph’s path. Well we’ll have to wait till after the Games to find out who dies.
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So nothing normally changes on B&B, you can always leave it for six months and come back and pick up right where you left off, having said that on one of my last days of before starting a new job I turned in to find the Forrester and Logan family at it again. Nevertheless I stumbles across Brandon Beemer who I thought was blog worthy… 🙂
Brandon Beemer portrays “Owen Knight” on CBS’ hit daytime drama, The Bold and the Beautiful. After arriving in Los Angeles, Owen quickly finds himself falling for the one woman he can’t have: Donna Logan- Forrester (Jennifer Gareis), new wife of renowned fashion mogul, Eric Forrester (John McCook).
Beemer was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon. Soon after arriving in Hollywood, he launched his show business career on MTV’s original series, Undressed. The momentum of this fast-rising star didn’t stop there. He quickly went on to appear in films such as Material Girls, Suits on the Loose and The Brotherhood. His television credits include guest starring appearances on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and General Hospital. Beemer’s most recent television role was on the daytime drama, Days of Our Lives, as “Shawn Brady.”
A natural-born athlete, Beemer participates in numerous sports and outdoor activities including wakeboarding, snowboarding, biking, basketball and, most recently, tennis. He is also a philanthropist who often lends his name and time to numerous charitable organizations, mostly related to children’s needs.
Beemer resides in Los Angeles and celebrates his birthday on February 27th.
Another Nigella delicious recipe I suggest replacing the chicken thighs with with 4 breast pieces and just cut them into three, but give it a go, and serve with lots of egg noodle pasta covered in butter (skip the dill also)…
- 2 x 15ml tablespoons garlic oil
- 150g bacon lardons
- 1 leek, finely sliced
- 12 boneless, skinless chicken thighs
- 3 bay leaves
- 300g oyster mushrooms, torn into strips
- 1 x 75cl bottle Riesling double cream (optional)
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1-2 tablespoons chopped fresh dill to serve
- Heat the oil in a casserole or large, wide pan and fry the lardons until crisp.
- Add the sliced leek and soften it with the lardons for a minute or so.
- Cut chicken thighs into 2 or 3 pieces each, tip them into the pan with the bay leaves, torn mushrooms and wine.
- Season with salt and pepper to taste and bring to the boil, cover the pan and simmer gently for 30-40 minutes, stirring in the double cream for the last couple of minutes if you want. Like all stews, this tastes its mellowest best if you let it get cold and then reheat the next day. But it’s no hardship to eat straight off. Whichever, serve sprinkled with dill and together with some buttered noodles.
Well as quick as they we’re in they were out again, Ron and Tony we’re the first team eliminated in tonight’s episode. The boy’s started off well securing first place on the first flight from the US to the UK, then it all went pear shaped…