Gordon Ramsay Gives Baldwin's Helene Leeds A White Apron

Gordon Ramsay Gives Baldwin's Helene Leeds A White Apron

Helene Leeds was mentioned in today’s Baltimore Sun:

A former plus-size model, Leeds admits that competing on Master Chef wasn’t a burning ambition. “But I am incredibly passionate about the ability of food to transform lives,” she said. “My mother died of obesity and I was an obese child,” said Leeds, who hopes to expose a larger audience to the lessons she’s learned about healthy eating.

When Leeds left modeling, she stayed in the fashion world, on the business side. “Fashion wasn’t making a difference in the world,” said Leeds, who shifted gears in 2009. Now Leeds operated, in addition to her coaching business, a health living website named Helene’s Kitchen.

For her pre-show audition, she prepared truffles using one off her favorite superfoods — raw chocolate. “Raw chocolate is amazing, and they were divine and decadent,” Leeds said, “but they looked like turds.”

For her pre-show audition, she prepared truffles using one off her favorite superfoods — raw chocolate. “Raw chocolate is amazing, and they were divine and decadent,” Leeds said, “but they looked like turds.For her pre-show audition, she prepared truffles using one off her favorite superfoods — raw chocolate. “Raw chocolate is amazing, and they were divine and decadent,” Leeds said, “but they looked like turds.
For her pre-show audition, she prepared truffles using one off her favorite superfoods — raw chocolate. “Raw chocolate is amazing, and they were divine and decadent,” Leeds said, “but they looked like turds.
For her pre-show audition, she prepared truffles using one off her favorite superfoods — raw chocolate. “Raw chocolate is amazing, and they were divine and decadent,” Leeds said, “but they looked like turds.
For her pre-show audition, she prepared truffles using one off her favorite superfoods — raw chocolate. “Raw chocolate is amazing, and they were divine and decadent,” Leeds said, “but they looked like turds.

The show kept calling her back, Leeds said, and eventually she was chosen from the 30,000 applicants to compete for a white apron in the on-air audition round.

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